When I first heard the term “vaginal knitting,” I assumed it meant knitting with your pubic hair. [Really? I assumed it meant knitting things that look like vaginas. -- Amelia] But no. Vaginal knitting is inserting a skein of wool into your vulva and knitting with it!
Whoa. Crafting just went to a whole new level. Keep reading »
My life isn’t condusive right now to owning a pet. But knitting a pet? That’s a different story. It might not be too hard even though I haven’t picked up my knitting needles in years. Knit Your Own Dog: Easy To Follow Patterns For 25 Pedigree Pooches by Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne will teach you how to knit a pug, hound, terrier, or other doggie — and the good news is there are projects for every skill set. [$14.99, Mod Cloth]
At the Hotel Pelirocco in the English seaside town of Brighton, guests can cozy up in an entirely knitted room. Dubbed ”Do Knit Disturb”, the single room comes with a slew of knitted objects including a lamp, comforter, toothpaste and toothbrush, telephone cover and matching curtains, reports The Guardian.
Other woven creations found in the yarn filled room include a traditional English breakfast and a do not disturb sign. Check out all the photos here…
Polish crochet artist Olek recreated an entire apartment inside the Christopher Henry Street Gallery in New York City and then crocheted the whole damn thing. Are you scared yet? Oh yeah, the whole thing is called “Knitting is for Pussies.” So take that! [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »
Whether you’re a hardcore knitter or a hardcore vodka drinker, this pair of shot glasses — one clear, one blue — would be a great addition to your lifestyle. And if you’re a fan of drinking while knitting, well, more power to you. Just be careful with those needles. [$24, Bread & Badger] Keep reading »
Julie and I are going to watch the royal wedding with beers at our side and a bucket of Cheez-Its in our laps. But some looky-loos get a bit more intense in their royalty fascination. Say, knitting dolls of Prince William and Kate Middleton from a 64-page pattern book called Knit Your Own Royal Wedding. Prince William is decked out in a snappy hat and sash, while Kate wears a white gown with mohair fringe. I know it takes talent to knit like this but … um, some people have too much time on their hands. [Telegraph UK] Keep reading »