Commuters Can Knit a Scarf in Under Five Minutes With the Amazing Pedal-Powered ‘Cyclo Knitter’

Commuters Can Knit a Scarf in Under Five Minutes With the Amazing Pedal-Powered ‘Cyclo Knitter’

Built as part of a weaving assignment for the Design Academy Eindhoven, maker George Barratt-Jones says, “this pedal-powered machine gets you warm by moving, you are making something while you wait and in the end you are left with a free scarf! That you can decide to keep yourself or give to someone who needs it more.”

Watch below to learn more, “Cyclo Knitter by George Barratt-Jones” via Vimeo:

Cyclo Knitter by George Barratt-Jones from George Barratt-Jones on Vimeo.

Follow the adventures of George Barratt-Jones on Instagram: @georgeliciouss

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