Based in Brighton, England, artist Kate Jenkins (previously featured here) creates awesome pieces of crocheted food art. While much of her work depicts foodstuffs from her own country, she recently created a wonderful series of classic American dishes rendered in yarn entitled Kate’s Diner.
All of Kate’s crocheted artwork looks good enough to eat or rest our heads and take a nap on, during which time we would no doubt dream about food.
[via Laughing Squid]
“Soap Sweater” pattern by Cynthia Hall
I’ve been doing a bit of knitting with scrap yarn. Here are a few of my favorites.
Craft (DIY) — Knit / Crochet na We Heart It http://weheartit.com/entry/57013259/via/JuniperLee
I’m developing an itch to crochet!
Knit Inspiration: worlds largest addi turbo circular needles Paradise Fibers)
These knitting needles are the real thing, (size US 150 circular needles) ready to knit a hat for say…King Kong? These needles are custom built to Addi specifications all the way down to the nickel plated tips!
Knit Inspiration: Unknown. This is a lovely scarf on a beautiful woman.