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sillysilje:

Just finished knitting this cute crop top. Made up the pattern as I was knitting, and will be sharing it shortly on Ravelry, 👉 siljevanilje. Pretty happy with the way it turned out! 😊 #handmade #summerknits #knitting #strikking

sillysilje:

Just finished knitting this cute crop top. Made up the pattern as I was knitting, and will be sharing it shortly on Ravelry, 👉 siljevanilje. Pretty happy with the way it turned out! 😊 #handmade #summerknits #knitting #strikking

(via iknityounot)

— 3 hours ago with 16 notes
agalmacoppelia:

Free Knitting Pattern L40331 Jolly Roger Poncho : Lion Brand Yarn Company

Due to how the poncho is constructed (4 panels), it might make an interesting pillow cover.

agalmacoppelia:

Free Knitting Pattern L40331 Jolly Roger Poncho : Lion Brand Yarn Company

Due to how the poncho is constructed (4 panels), it might make an interesting pillow cover.

(via iknityounot)

— 3 hours ago with 5 notes
herminehesse:

The well mended wardrobe… 

herminehesse:

The well mended wardrobe… 

(via parallelb)

— 6 hours ago with 20 notes
studio4-systems:

CONE OF POWER
Julia Sherman

Backstrap looms are portable looms used in Mexico and Central America. The loom is attached to a stable structure, and the weaver’s body weight is used to create tension in the warp. One can weave virtually anywhere. For this piece, the collaborative woven sculpture is constructed over the course of eight hours of uninterrupted weaving in the gallery. The looms hook onto a center rope suspended from the ceiling, and the counter-balance of the opposing bodies holds the structure together. The weavers pass their yarn around in a circle, weaving upwards, and connecting their looms to one another simultaneously. The resulting shelter remains in the space as an installation.

studio4-systems:

CONE OF POWER

Julia Sherman

Backstrap looms are portable looms used in Mexico and Central America. The loom is attached to a stable structure, and the weaver’s body weight is used to create tension in the warp. One can weave virtually anywhere. For this piece, the collaborative woven sculpture is constructed over the course of eight hours of uninterrupted weaving in the gallery. The looms hook onto a center rope suspended from the ceiling, and the counter-balance of the opposing bodies holds the structure together. The weavers pass their yarn around in a circle, weaving upwards, and connecting their looms to one another simultaneously. The resulting shelter remains in the space as an installation.

(via kumotextiles)

— 6 hours ago with 8 notes

shinyfabulousdarling:

fiddly FIDDLY pekinese stitch for the eyes, i wasn’t sure about doing it in layers but i really like how it turned out :) 

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— 7 hours ago with 557 notes
togatherdtla:

@kisskisskiddo how do we get your yarn in our shop!!!! Love! Love! Love! Thank you @knottyknittersbynature for the heads up!

togatherdtla:

@kisskisskiddo how do we get your yarn in our shop!!!! Love! Love! Love! Thank you @knottyknittersbynature for the heads up!

— 9 hours ago with 5 notes