Yarny goodness.


The Exorcist… in crochet.

About a chair.

If it weren’t something that would take me years, I would knit this using these colors.

Who’s got your undies, Walter?

The former math major in me wants to know if this is true.

I love this blogger’s caption.

Check out this yarn: Opposites Attract.

Knitting socks from the toe up: a tutorial on how to start them.

Grafting hell.

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8 Responses to Yarny goodness.

  1. Kym says:

    Okay. I had to stop clicking after The Exorcist in Crochet. Because I couldn’t go further. . . You found the pinnacle! XO

  2. Tracey says:

    Yes, it is true! Euler’s equation is one of the most amazing things in math, relating all the cool numbers.

  3. OH Math. I dont’ even understand that it is an equation!!!! Maybe I need to embrace Math

  4. Nicole says:

    That would be a lovely peacock vest! If I were to knit one, it would be in realistic peacock colors, too… but I don’t think I would ever wear it, so I’m not really tempted to knit it. A peacock shawl, however… that I could get behind!

  5. gayle says:

    Oh, that chair!

  6. k says:

    These are premium Grade AA links! Also, all of the referenced fiber artists are bonkers (in my warped view) except for . . . dum dum DAH . . .The Lace Shawl with Beads. I so love knitting lace with beads. What are the copyright laws on using patterns and selling? No?

    I’ll have to take up knitting curtains.

  7. k says:

    Also, Tracy – what does the formula do?

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