“My father is a lepidopterist, an entomologist who specializes in moths. He is hard to please when it comes to realistic details. These little larvae are sure to impress the pickiest insectophile in your life….
Aren’t these so striking? Like ’em? Make ’em! Offered freely Lucía Lanukas, here’s the amigurumi lips pattern in Spanish AND English! Woot!
This gorgeous wee one is the daughter of my good friend Carey and her awesome husband Jeff. “Baby Frances” definitely made a big impression on my son Finn and I when we met her for…
Sara: Tegan just recently discovered that unicorns don’t exist. Tegan: I just thought they were extinct. This one’s for you Tegan: Made by RoxyCraft, spotted on Craftster. Unicorn thoughts by Tegan and Sara.
Amazing things happen when you hack a “Brother KH-970” knitting machine. Knitting Machine Hack and Glitch Knit from Duke Nukeme on Vimeo. This: becomes this: Follow glitchKnit.
If you’re in a pinch this year, you could whip up one of these crochet mustaches super-quick! Get the pattern (free!) from CraftFoxes.
Lou Reed 1942-2013. May he rest in peace and love. Thanks to Olek for sharing this piece today.
Made by streetspun who’s been yarnbombing Toledo, OH since 2011. Apparently this one didn’t stay up for long though, “and by 1:30 my zombie bomb was cut down and taken by someone who thought that…
SQUEEEEEEE!!! Photo of Grant Lawrence via Jill Barber. They’re married, yo!
Enjoy some roasted toadstools and a glass of dandelion wine while wearing these dandies, designed by SpillyJane. The pattern is available for purchase from the KnitPicks site.
Nina’s Etsy shop is closed for a holiday as of this post, but you can still check out some of the interesting knithacks she’s sold. I quite like this fish key ring myself. Hat tip…
in a good way! Made and shared by Kerstin aka Speckerna.
Pattern by NormaLynn Hood and available to purchase via Ravelry. Hat tips to Knitting Relay and Mandy’s Craft Tales.
KnitHacking rarely gets better than this! Loving your work Helen (aka Pointy Pointy Sticks)! Did I mention there are instructions? Helen explains, “This jumper was pretty much improvised with a little help from 3 or…
My favourite line from Katie’s pattern: “Line up propulsion pods with the decrease/increase lines along side of rocket.” So yes, let’s line up those propulsion pods, shall we?
This gorgeousness brought to you by Lisa Carney.
Diane Folks said it best, ” Always good to have spares.”
No doubt many of us are now panicking about holiday gift knitting … “it’ll be different next year, I swear” … um, right. So to save you from the chronic procrastination (and when I say…
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…