Made by hansigurumi
Shared by The Beauty is in the Detail
Presenting … the pusher. Could there possibly be a better bit of crafty genius to celebrate one’s own birth? Made by CozyColeman, (whose Etsy shop is closed until April 15th) via Extreme Craft.
Shared by Brenda of Phydeaux Designs
Originally made and uploaded by TikkunKnits who says: “Jewish families world-wide are preparing for the arrival of Passover. For many, the preparations begin with rigorous spring cleaning, culminating in a ritual family search for chametz…
Behold, the Flying Spaghetti Monster in all His Noodly Glory – knithacked of course… RAmen! Pastafarian Reflection Originally made and uploaded by Pockafwye
Originally made and uploaded by Plastic Girl
cushion 1 Originally made and uploaded by fastbird61
A punnet of strawberries Originally uploaded by tjstaab tjstaab says: For the free pattern please visit: www.favecrafts.com/Knitting/Strawberries-Knitting-Pattern
Created by Meags Fitzgerald.
“Beware the Ninjabun … he’s covert, sneaky, and VERY hungry. This pattern features one cute tiny bunny, his two carrot friends, and a knitted garden for them all to hide in.” Buy the pattern for…
Knit by Sarah Cooper
Junkyard Fairy Handspun Yarn Originally made and uploaded by Syrendell Visit Syrendell at tlwoldc.etsy.com and syrendell.etsy.com
Made by estonia76
The Easter Bunny donated his body to science Originally made and uploaded by estonia76 http://www.craftyhedgehog.etsy.com
Bubbles! Originally made and uploaded by Dolly Oblong
Heidi’s great new knit wear Originally made and uploaded by lace52000
Design by nguyen le. Pattern available at knitknit.etsy.com
Stefanie Girard made this scarf using Debbie New’s scribble lace technique… read all about it over at Craftside. Stef has posted her pattern too!
cheep cheep Originally made and uploaded by this lyre lark pattern on ravelry instructions on craftster!
Knit by Vonnie blottedcopybook. FREE pattern from Doodles Creations.
Originally made and uploaded by Clarapart2
See more of FuzzyJay’s entrelac work, it’s fascinating and he does great diagrams too.
The pattern for the knitted pi you see before you can be purchased from Kimberly Chapman as part of her 3D Alphabet set. Happy Pi Day to you fellow knithacker!
I love jewelry made with resin, it’s an art form I dabble in myself. The knitting theme of craftyFOLK‘s lovely piece below makes it a perfect selection for knithacker. Knitting Needles and Yarn Cameo with…
I just discovered Daniel Yuhas and his “Super Fun Knits” over at Molting Yeti. With a flair for whimsy, Daniel offers several silly-fun patterns for sale (of his own creation), including this amazing seamless starfish:…
Craft Fair Banner Originally made and uploaded by Hand Knitted Things – currently being used as the header graphic at http://handknittedthings.blogspot.com
Originally made and uploaded by hibisanpo