Plastic + yarn = plarn! Visit Helle Jorgensen for more creations. Learn how to make it! Follow...Read More
Tamie Snow over at Roxycraft decided to fight her tendonitis with an awesome knitted wrist pillow.: Get a tutorial at Roxycraft and download the pattern while you’re there. Gift idea alert!! The holidays are coming,...Read More
Laughing Purple Goldfish Designs’ definition of crazy yarn: bits and bobs of leftover yarns which have been accumulating, then cut into assorted lengths (no greater than six metres), then mixed all up and knotted together...Read More
From Jen over at Seizure Salad: Not really a knit hack…more of a yarn hack. This is a freshly skeined batch of yarn from my spinning wheel…which we noticed bore a striking colour resemblance to Pixie, hence the wig...Read More
When I saw these cabinets by Ben Fino-Radin on CRAFT, I just knew I had to share. Oscillator cabinets – aural and visual vibration, 2007 wood, paint, yarn, plastic canvas, speakers, portable cd players, vocal recordings...Read More
“Turn your knitting needles into poverty fighting needles!” The good folks at Oxfam have mounted an amazing campaign: We’re calling on knitters everywhere to turn their knitting needles into poverty fighting...Read More
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