… leaving my mark. So says @RagItUp. Excellent! Always leave it in better shape than how you found it I always say …
Take them on a road trip to Nuremberg, of course! Read more about their adventures at WoolyWorlds (German) — thanks for the submission Jutta!
Will Grimm sent in this great photo with the caption, “Broom Handle Knitting!!” He says, here you see “sharpened dowel rods a little thicker than a broom handle used as needles. For yarn I used…
Made and shared by Liz.
See more excellent work by The Knitting Witch.
Look at this!! My fave yarnbombers Jill and Lorna Watt made amazing fibre art the SF Ferry Building and apparently it’s all been filmed for CCTV America’s new show Full Frame. Awesome!
Check this out! What do you think? For more examples of granny square nail art, visit hooklook.
… to the extreme I rock a hook like a vandal. So that was fun … thanks to Jenny Brown aka hijennybrown – thank you! With or without Vanilla Ice, this yarnbomb has a good…
Frosted Crochet Cookies by Repeat Crafter Me Hat tip: Lion Brand Yarn (these are made in Vanna’s Choice!)
Made by Nicannmardee Designs, hat tip to Laughing Squid.
Did you know that curling did not become an official Olympic sport until 1998 in Nagano? Made and shared by Michelle aka DaTwine.
Made and shared by Juliette (aka los-sospechosos).
Made by Hiné Mizushima. p.s. Daphnia is a genus of small, planktonic crustaceans, Wikipedia says.
Shared by Die urbane Masche.
“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.” Made and shared by Katie Boyette (aka caffaknitted). Thanks Katie! The first record bought for me was…
Made and shared by bnkiti aka Takako. If you’re into miniature knits, you must follow her work.
Do you remember last year when The Knitting Witch won knitting? Well she’s back and she wins again with this incredible Hobbit-inspired jacket which she calls a “tribute to Tolkien, New Zealand land and film”….
Made by Katya Usvitsky – check it out, comes in a variety of colors!
Made and shared by Elena, who I’m guessing was inspired by a similar piece from Jill Sander’s Spring 2012 collection: