You will if you visit Hastings Pier! Visit The Hastings Observer for more details on this outdoor art initiative.
This is an interesting and easy knit, get Frankie Brown’s free pattern via Ravelry.
Check out this amazing sweater, knit by FOTC megafan Caroline Barras! Love it! Bret and Jemaine look great in knit and purl… Follow Caroline on Twitter @carolinebarrasc.
Learn more about Britta Matzat’s embroidered eggs.
I’m totally making this, it looks fabulous and it only uses two skeins of Purl Soho’s Line Weight wool. I love how it really looks like newsprint from a distance!
How cute is this? I love how the top folds in and buttons up – so fun! Get the pattern via Raverly, designed by Ling Ryan,
I know that feelings are mixed about this bird, but as a Canadian and avid birdwatcher, I must confess that I love it! Get the pattern via amigurumipatterns.net.
This is knit perfection on so many levels — from the rainbow legwarmers to the roller skates to the unicorn helmet – I AM IN LOVE! Inspiring work from Camp Happy Heart Fibre Arts –…
Ridiculously cute! Made by Miriam Dolf of angorafrosch.
I love how the seat is made of clouds … is that wishful thinking? Photo taken in Honolulu, Hawaii by Craig Engman.
Jules Verne — the French author of many adventure novels including Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864), Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870), and Around the World in Eighty Days (1873) —…
“The trumpet is forceful.” — Lester Bowie Knit by Katie Boyette.
This is the perfect amount of kitsch and cute! Free crochet pattern from Sewrella!
Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! I love this movie when I was a tween… Pattern, design, everything by Kim Lapsley.
Crochet a whole family! These cats live in bananas … based on the cartoon Bananya. Free pattern from K Hook Creations.
Get the FREE pattern from Crochet Global Hyper Mega Net.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CORT. All opinions are 100% mine. For a variety of happy and positive reasons, my family is downsizing apartments this year. This will be…
“You Can Leave Your Hat On” is Carol Milne’s timely donation to Pratt Fine Arts Center’s auction, happening on April 29th in Seattle. Here’s a before shot, the wax version: If you’re not familiar with…
UPDATE: PDF of pattern is now available: http://www.letsknit.co.uk These are adorable and would make a unique gift. Get the FREE pattern via Let’s Knit.
I could do this with two… no, THREE hands behind my back! Made by Amber Mendenhall long ago, in a galaxy far, far away.
“Machines take me by surprise with great frequency.” Alan Turning These are so cool! The design of each binary scarf encrypts a quotation as a binary code, whereby each 8 stitches represents a letter from…
Love this … the cables and ribbing really make it. Designed by Melanie Porter.
It’s never to early to be thinking about Halloween … all patterns by Monster Crochet. Patterns by Monster Crochet.
An oldie but definitely a math-lover’s goodie, this Pi Digits Scarf by Christina J is exactly what we need today and the fact that it’s double-knit is just a geeky bonus… The best part about…
I’ve been an Elliott Smith fan for a long time, so it was quite the blessing to work as an associate producer on a great documentary about his life and music, Heaven Adores You. It…
I love Ashlea’s innovative apron so much that I’ve already starting planning the chicken coop to go with it … The FREE pattern from Heart, Hook, Home comes in kids sizes too.
Created by the Italian yarn arts group Sul filo dell’arte, I’ve been watching this breathtaking project unfold for awhile now and although I’m not entirely sure where it’s headed or if it’s complete – ie,…
“Be brave, little rabbit. Take a chance.” Get the FREE pattern from YarnPlaza.