You have to admit, there isn’t much festive Thanksgiving attire to choose from compared to Halloween and Christmas. Keep as warm as stuffing when you bake your head in a turkey.
Guys who can knit are totally awesome. I mean, who knew men’s knitting retreats were a thing? But if you want to learn the finer points of bro-chet, you’ve got to join the club.
Artist Ben Cuevas created this impressively detailed hand-knit skeleton for a mixed-media piece entitled Transcending the Material. The exhibit, installed for the Wassaic Project, consists of the knitted skeleton meditating atop Borden’s milk tins while disembodied body parts float overhead. I’ll never look at my sweater the same way again. (From, via) View List ›
For the show “Knitting is for Pus****” at the Christopher Henry Gallery, Polish needlework artist Olek covered a whole apartment in crochet including her own furniture and her grandmother’s 5 lb. antique clothes iron from Poland. (Via) View List ›
To get the full effect of this amazing knit hat: Put it on. Run around screaming. Scare the shit out of everyone. View Image ›
Patricia Waller is an artist with an interesting sense of humor. Here are some of her brilliantly bizarre crocheted works of plush toys knitted into cruel death scenes . Perhaps these dolls are the perfect gift for your next baby shower. View List ›
Perfect for staying warm in the winter, playfully robbing banks, or initiating unwanted aggressive sexual intercourse. [Turns out this was made by BuzzFeed user Andrea G, check out the other great (far less terrifying) stuff she has made!] View Image ›
Pizza is best scarfed while wearing a pizza scarf, of course. View Image ›
For fans of meerkats, Star Trek, and knitting. Seriously - if that’s you, this should be, like, your favorite thing ever. I love that the artist included a dead redshirt to round out the scene. View Image ›
The perfect gift for kids who like arts and crafts and love Easter. Or not. View Image ›
Like many women in the later part of life, these adorable old English ladies spend their time knitting. But they aren’t knitting for their children, grandchildren or even the family dog, they’re knitting for the community chicken coop. Watch Video ›
In addition to her day job turning letters, Vanna White apparently has her own yarn company. Did you know that Vanna is an avid crocheter? She’s written multiple books on the subject, with a variety of patterns for your kintwear needs. I’m also kind of thrilled to know that Vanna’s whole life hasn’t been devoted to sequins; how very third wave of her. Read More ›