Rocking Chair Uses Kinetic Energy to Knit Hats

Rocking Chair Uses Kinetic Energy to Knit Hats

Are you one of those people who has trouble doing nothing? I always have to be doing something – reading, knitting, crocheting, taking pictures – something!

Lausanne Damien Ludi and Colin Peillex have something that may have the power slow me down, it’s the “Rocking Knit Chair”:

ECAL Low-Tech Factory/Rocking-Knit from ECAL on Vimeo.

Read more about this quirky invention at


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