Ukraine-based Anna Mo knits super chunky blankets with giant, three-inch stitches. This is the ultimate security blanket you can get lost in. She uses custom-made, two-inch-thick needles for her knits, which also include sweaters and scarves.
Melbourne-based textile artist Phil Ferguson crochets mouth-watering wearable hats that look just like some of your favorite foods. He poses in each of his creations with a hilarious, slightly dejected expression and posts them to his Instagram, where he goes by...
Each and every item I made is important as single seed in pomegranate. I have a lot of fun creating them for someone to warm their heart.
Having battled depression for many years, my paraplegic wife went through ECT (Electroconvulsive Therapy) to help. This was a little over two years ago, and she didn't know how to knit beforehand. Rose had some skills in crochet, and went to...
I can't say I ever expected to see anyone make animal dissection cute, but knitting artist Emily Stoneking has done it. Her aKNITomy artwork faithfully recreates typical high school dissection projects as arguably cute knit panels.
How long does it take to master a craft? How about 80 years? Because 109-year-old Australian Alfred Date has been knitting since the 1930s and his latest/most famous endeavor was making mini sweaters... for endangered penguins!
I LOVE to knit for my dog, and he loves getting new things to wear. I made him a special cowl for Valentine's Day with Intarsia Knit hearts. I knit in the round using the stranded method, and my tension wasn't...
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In 2011, I decided to knit something giant. First, I bought six pounds of unspun wool roving, then I went to the hardware store and bought broomsticks to act as knitting needles. When the broomsticks were too small, I went back...