There's more than Jeremy Vine's graphics for the general election results. There's a Twitter account cross-stitching the results in real time too.
Here's how the map looked when the first constituency, Houghton and Sunderland South, was announced.
The person running the account, Tom Katsumi, had colours for all the different political parties (as wool shops aren't open past midnight).
And he was planning on going on all night.
Speaking to BuzzFeed News, Katsumi said he never expected the project to be so popular.
"I sort of woke up with the idea last Saturday, and by the time I'd fully woken up and come to my senses I'd already started making it. It was only really meant as a joke for my friends. Then things went a little crazy," he said.
His crotch-stitching updates have gathered hundreds of retweets, but he's still got some way to go to catch up with the final constituency results.
"I'm still doing it and only slept for an hour and a half! The most difficult part is searching for each result. I'm more than half way. Hopefully I'll catch up before the last results come in."
Here's what the map looked like at 3am.
And here was his progress at 9am.
And here's what it looks like behind the scenes.
Update - 4.06pm: HE HAS FINISHED IT. LOOK.
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