Posts Tagged ‘yarn’

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What am I knitting?

February 16, 2017

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What am I knitting?

December 19, 2016
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I admit it.  My name is Anne Bonney and I am a sockaholic.

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What am I knitting?

June 1, 2016

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Etsy designer Schuyler Ellers creates fashion from those afghans that your granny left you.

If this look speaks to you, there are details here at Etsy.

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P.S. I know this is crochet, not knitting.

 

 

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What am I knitting?

May 24, 2016

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Socks!

With the cuff, heel flap and turn, gusset, foot and toe defined by different colors – harmonizing, but not matching. I had to snatch them off his feet to get a picture.

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What am I knitting?

January 7, 2016

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What am I knitting?

December 1, 2015

And sappy cat blogging . . .

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Anna Mo knits with chunky spools of wool, utilizing giant needles to produces the three-inch stitches that comprise her blankets, wraps, and now tiny pet beds. The animal-focused textiles mimic the appearance of her human accessories, crafted in bright blue, pink, and orange encasements that are perfect for the upcoming winter. Due to the round shape of the beds they even begin to look like spools of yarn themselves, hollowed out to perfectly snuggle your pooch or kitty.

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This is tattoo Tuesday . . .

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What am I knitting?

November 11, 2015

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Vermont-based knitter Emily Stoneking runs an anatomical knitting brand called aKNITomy where she transforms fluffy skeins of yarn into the anatomical details of rats, frogs, people, and other creatures. Stoneking—who is admittedly not a scientist—likes to approximate the form and style seen in most anatomical illustrations with clear colors and distinct forms that may not be 100% accurate but are fun to look at nonetheless.

The specimens are available as both completed pieces and downloadable patterns, so you can ditch the formaldehyde and get a PDF knitting guide.

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