So easy to make and it looks beautiful. Love it. Hat Tip: Living Crafts
Ashley from Blog a la Cart’s posted this amazing embroidered pumpkin tutorial WITH patterns to boot! And here I thought I was so clever last year with my vampire teeth pumpkin – well, this takes…
Epiphyllum anguliger, commonly known as the fishbone cactus, is a cactus species native to India and Mexico. The species is commonly grown as an ornamental for its beautiful, fragrant flowers in the fall. Spotted on…
Impossibear amigurumi by kaelby.
OMG!! But seriously … The Meow Yarn Collection is a labor of love by master dyer and devoted cat lover/rescuer Caroline Sommerfeld of Ancient Arts Fibre Crafts of Canada attempts to capture the colors and…
Made by Crystal Tabor-Kosak, this amazing piece was once on on display at the Orange County, CA Fair! Pattern by Alan Dart.
Made and shared by Bromeleighad who notes the materials for this piece, “yarn dyed with baldcypress leaves, baldcypress bark, decaying wood”. Catch Bromeleighad’s work at Momentum Tulsa which opens on October 12th (this week, eeek!…
Submitted by wanderer_ willow. Thank you!
My sweet husband Collin Douma walked by London Kaye‘s “Breaking Bad” yarnbomb earlier today and he snapped this pic for me: Gothamist posted about the piece earlier this week.
Earlier today I read an article about an Arkansas-based group called “Bosom Buddies” (one of many similar groups) who knit breast prostheses for women who have had mastectomies. “We found a real need for the…
An amazing “knithack” (yes, I know it’s crochet, thanks) by Eliane Roest, which also comes in a beautiful pale blue. Visit Eliane on Etsy!
This blanket is part of a series of crocheted blankets, called “Pixelplaid” — mix of the practice of traditional crochet and the world of pixels. Submitted by HookLook.
Shared by Tramalia, follow her on Twitter @tramalias.
This awesomeness was made and shared by Tina Häkelwahn (Follow her on twitter: @Death_byglitter). Love the skully detail! Thanks Tina, your bike frickin’ kicks ass!
Linda Irwin spotted these at Gibson House in Toronto. Thanks Linda!
Cup, cup and away! Made and submitted by Peg of Tilling. Did I mention there’s a free pattern for this superhero cup cosy?
Made and shared by Tracy Widdess … who, by the way, is having an auction starting on September 26th.
Amanda Palmer was recently given “hand-crocheted Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer puppet likenesses in Perth by a gal named Krystel Rose Hewett (@zendarenn on Twitter).” So what did Amanda do with her amigurumi? She blogged…
The sweet and lovely Annette Carter writes, “our colleague, who teased us about being knitters, returned to this after their holidays…” 100% KNITHACKER APPROVED! Follow Annette on Twitter @AussieAlto.
Shark armor is crocheted wire and knitted stainless steel yarn — submitted by Jessica Adanich. Thanks Jessica! http://www.ravelry.com/people/AdanichDesign