We have featured a lot of fun knitting projects here on FG, and I’ve always admired/been jealous of those who have the required skills. Sure, I could learn—or I could back the Kniterate. [click to continue…]
Okay—this is clever.
An avid knitter named Abigail has developed a way to make a scarf into a fully functional maze that’s great for people with “fidgety fingers”. The pattern allows you to push a marble from one end of the maze to the other. [click to continue…]
Did you know that Krysten Ritter aka Marvel’s Jessica Jones is hopelessly obsessed with knitting? [click to continue…]
Ravelry’s Tania Richter has put a new twist on the MKAL (mystery knit along) with “Yarn Quest 2017: Heroes of Yarnia”. [click to continue…]
Star Wars fans, especially fans of The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, are going to love these wool knitted sweaters by Etsy seller Natela Datura Design. They’re made by the mom of a diehard fan, so you know all the details are there.
Handmade in Russia, these sweaters feature the much beloved Captain Rex or a general Stormtrooper design. You can get them pre-made, or if you’re a knitter, you can download the patterns (available in English). Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
One would think that giving someone the finger in these unicorn gloves wouldn’t be quite as effective in terms of the message, but maybe that’s not the case. Maybe, the person on the receiving end of this would be instantly captivated by the majesty of this glorious beast and feel devastated at provoking it’s ire. It must be like gazing at a beautiful rainbow in a thunderstorm.
The good news is that you can find out for free using this free knitting pattern at Ravelry. All it requires is a basic modification of existing gloves.
(via Incredible Things)
On December 28th 1974 the Fourth Doctor, brilliantly and memorably portrayed by Tom Baker, made his debut. Along with a delightfully odd sense of humor, a manic smile and, of course, his trademark scarf. A scarf that so captured the imagination of scifi fans around the world that it’s one of a handful of clothing items with its own fanbase dedicated to recreating the thing as accurately as possible.
During the early ’80s, the BBC regularly received letters from the public asking how they could get their own Whovian neckwear, and the then-new BBC Enterprises (the commercial arm of the company, now known as BBC Worldwide) responded in quite possibly the most BBC way possible – by providing instructions for knitting your own. A standard memo was prepared to respond to such queries. That memo was shared online by 93Fangshadow, and you can see it below. [click to continue…]
Etsy seller SomethingLucky13 makes all kinds of things with faces you can’t help but find horribly adorable. Yarn bowls, mugs, goblets, jugs, bowls, planters, glasses holders—there’s something here for anyone that likes to keep it weird.
The yarn bowls are my personal favorite. You can pull their yarn brains out through their nose! Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Sorry, Grandma, but you’re getting replaced. This invention by students Damien Ludi and Colin Peillex of ECAL is called the Low-Tech Factor Rocking-Knit is able to knit a hat all on its own — all you have to do is rock back and forth. No, this isn’t an April Fool’s joke: the Rocking-Knit was built for real, and it is magnificent.
See it in action below.
I mean…COME ON!
I think these are absolutely essential for keeping any Pop vinyl figure toasty during the winter months.
Check out more examples below.