1. This huge pile of knitted goodness. baukeknottnerus.nl By artist Bauke Knottnerus. 2. And this even more colossal piece. baukeknottnerus.nl Also by Knottnerus. Just look how pumped he is. 3. These colorful giant poufs. christienmeindertsma.com By Christien Meindertsma. 4. This enormously delighted whale. i-found-my-life-today.tumblr.com By Hannah Haworth. 5. These bulky bits 'n' pieces. anthologymag.com That's Christien Meindertsma at work. 6. These monumental scissors. studioxag.com Who knew enormous pieces of sharp metal could look so cozy. By Studio XAG. 7. This park-sized net filled with bouncy balls. superblue.co.uk Called "The Giant Knitting Nancy,", the installation took place on Canary Wharf in London. 8. This tremendous crocheted doily. designsponge.com By Kristina Gerig as part of a Design Sponge scholarship contest. 9. These immense scarves. niamh-c.blogspot.com By designer Giles Deacon. 10. This massive carrot. handmadecharlotte.com Available from Phildar. 11. This jumbo knitting. sebastianschoenheit.de By artist Sebastian Schoenheit. 12. This vast and huggable clock. apartmenttherapy.com By Diamantini and Domeniconi. 13. This hulking chick. hellogiggles.com By Cheryl Cambras. 14. This beyond-bulky Aran carpet. christienmeindertsma.com By Christien Meindertsma. 15. These voluminous fruits. rowenandwren.co.uk From Rowen & Wren. 16. This rabbit that seriously destroys all concept of size. gelitin.net It's by the art collective Gelitin and you need to go look at all their other amazing projects right now. 17. This large living sculpture. ecouterre.com By Johan Kus. 18. This considerable beanbag chair. sukha-amsterdam.nl From Sukha. 19. This mondo blanket. ravelry.com You can make it yourself! 20. Here's another demonstration of gigantic knitting. View this video on YouTube youtube.com You can either buy huge needles (I have a set of 50s that are more like broom handles) or make them yourself, using PVC pipes or, fittingly, broom handles. 21. And even if you don't have enormous needles, you can always use your arms. andreabrena.com Arm-knitting is an incredibly fast and tactilely-pleasing way to whip up these huge projects for yourself. Wondering where to find such big yarn? You can buy it, or get creative by holding a ton of strands of more standard-weight yarn together at once (I think my record is 14) or by slicing up old sheets and t-shirts to make fabric yarn. The world is your oyster. If you dig tiny knitting as much as huge knitting, then you, my friend, have just had your day made.