Rosemary Capitolo is a 71-year-old grandmother from San Jose, California who won't let anything, including her ovarian cancer, get her down. After knitting herself a cute red wig for her Halloween costume, she decided to wear it anyway after she lost...
Yarnbombing has been gaining momentum as a form of street art all over the world, but Polish crocheting artist Olek demonstrates what a real challenge is: in mid July she crocheted an entire locomotive in Lodz, Poland, that will be on...
A family-run crocheting manufacture from Vietnam proves that size doesn't matter! Their miniature crocheted animals are so small that they fit on a finger tip, and some of them hardly reach 1/4 of an inch. The idea for the business was...
Bryan "The Knitting Guy" is on a wicked mission to turn as many Stop signs into flowers as he can. In his hometown Clairemont, California, he did this to at least hundred signs.
Wear this crazy hat that look like a crocodile is eating your head and have everybody's attention to yourself. With earflaps to keep you warm or just for fun!
If you're torn between wearing fur and loving animals, the dispute has already been settled. The pictures by French photographer Erwan Fichou prove that you only have to love your pet long enough... to be able to wear it later! The...
Alaska-based Virginia van der Goore first made this multi-tentacle Cthulhu ski mask mask for her son, when he wanted to be an alien for Halloween. Eventually this became a great accessory for bitterly cold winters!
Good news for guys - now you'll have a legit reason to wear a knight's gear on a daily basis! Two dedicated crocheters are now offering awesome knight's helmet caps on Etsy. This brilliant pattern was originally created for kids and...
Lisa Grossman, also known as the Tsarina of Tsocks, definitely lives up to her noble title: her knitted socks, imitating a shark that's biting off your leg, leave people begging for a pair to buy! Long Island-based writer says on her...
Nowadays knitting can hardly be called a grandma's hobby. Since 2004, it's been developing into a new street art phenomenon – yarn bombing (or yarnstorming, guerrilla knitting, graffiti knitting and even grandma graffiti). Here are 30 beautiful examples of yarn bombing.