Archive for the 'knit' Category

Cashmends – Stella Neptune

This is so clever. Cashmends are patches make to cover those pesky holes nibbled by moths in you favorite sweater. These are so cute, holes are not necessary.

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http://www.stellaneptune.com/

Tolstraat all bundled up

We are making it official. We packed up a 40 foot container with all of the contents of our house and making to move to Belgium for the next 2 years.

We didn’t waste anytime getting back into the swing of things after our long flight and found our way to a lovely street party where some friends live. It was a cool day and even colder night, but most of the trees were wearing delightful sweaters. What fun!

Crafty Hedgehog

I think any knitter would consider this project brilliant. You don’t need to be a biologist to appreciate this or find the humor in it.

http://www.craftyhedgehog.etsy.com

UPDATE – Vandalism in the best possible way – The Midnight Knitter (Salty Knits)

The story of the Midnight Knitter is getting more interesting by the day. It seems that the other night, the knitters work was removed from the trees, poles, etc in West Cape May, NJ. The mayor is denying that the township removed the work. A group going by the name Salty Knits has come forward to take responsiblity for covering the public and private property with the knit cozys. They are also denying removing the work and are vowing to strike again. I personally think we should all start guerrilla knitting groups in our towns. You must become a fan and check out their photos on Facebook.

http://www.saltyknits.com

Vandalism in the best possible way – The Midnight Knitter

This is an awesome story.

The police in West Cape May, NJ are looking for the person responsible for knitting cozies around tree branches and poles. Residents are finding these little works of art in their yards every morning. The problem is that it is being done on private property and is considered vandalism. Consider the suspect to be armed with knitting needles but not dangerous.

The Solution – Branda

I just made myself a pair of fingerless gloves. I like have the use of my fingers, but I feel like my thumb is too bare. I ran across the lovely gloves and I think they are perfect! Love the color too!

P.S. Also check out her Knit Aran Scarf in the mustard color – to die for!

http://www.papernstitch.com/shop/branda


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