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sarahelana:

This weekends dyeing adventure all laid out. I could not be happier with how it turned out!! #knitting
Apr 21, 2014 / 89 notes

sarahelana:

This weekends dyeing adventure all laid out. I could not be happier with how it turned out!! #knitting

(via anotherpearl)

Apr 21, 2014 / 7 notes

exercicedestyle:

poltrona

Apr 21, 2014 / 112 notes
unboliviable:

"Nuestra venganza es ser feliz — Feminismo Comunitario" [English translation: "Our revenge is to be happy — Community-based Feminism"]
Paredes que hablan // Sucre, Bolivia
foto por La nepantlerA
Apr 21, 2014 / 91 notes

unboliviable:

"Nuestra venganza es ser feliz — Feminismo Comunitario" [English translation: "Our revenge is to be happy — Community-based Feminism"]

Paredes que hablan // Sucre, Bolivia

foto por La nepantlerA

(via thegiftsoflife)

unboliviable:

"A Llama (alpaca) poses for the camera on Bolivia’s altiplano. The colourful ear tassles are a means of herd indentification for local farmers."
By Markham Nolan
Apr 21, 2014 / 190 notes

unboliviable:

"A Llama (alpaca) poses for the camera on Bolivia’s altiplano. The colourful ear tassles are a means of herd indentification for local farmers."

By Markham Nolan

(via thegiftsoflife)

librarygurl:

soyouknit:

I do love knitting patterns.

This was my favorite line out of ALL the books and I was thrilled that they took 20 seconds to add it to the movie.  
Apr 20, 2014 / 228 notes

librarygurl:

soyouknit:

I do love knitting patterns.

This was my favorite line out of ALL the books and I was thrilled that they took 20 seconds to add it to the movie.  

(via kniterly)

Apr 20, 2014 / 2,614 notes

crochetdork:

alma-goodness:

crochetdork:

archiemcphee:

California-based Yarnboming artists Jill and Lorna Watt of Knits For Life (previously featured here) recently transformed a pair of unassuming benches near the San Francisco Ferry Building into adorably ferocious monsters, complete with six awesome orange feet. The irrepressibly inventive sisters created this delightful yarn installation for an upcoming episode of CCTV America’s new show Full Frame.

[via Laughing Squid]

*yarn bombings can be beautiful, but always remember to clean it up afterward!

This is too amazing and beautifully done, I don’t think it should be cleaned up. It also better than graffitti; if the state really has a problem with it, they can easily clean it up themselves.

Yarn bombing is a very interesting practice, and can be a great way for art and craftsters to show off their skills and creativity. However, in the elements, yarn gets very icky, very fast. It doesn’t remain as pretty or interesting as it is in the moment that a piece is first bombed.

On top of that, most yarn bombings that are photographed and publicized are on trees and plants, or on areas (like these benches) that need to be used by the public. Yarn bombs on plants can seriously injure the plants if they aren’t cleaned up properly. And it isn’t fair of us to cover things like benches and seats with yarn and not bother to take it off when the yarn has made the seat unusable. 

I’m certainly not saying that if you put a yarn bomb up, that you should take it down immediately. I’m just saying that we should be aware of our actions and take responsibility for them. When the yarn starts to sour, remove it. We should be responsible individuals and not harm the people and things around us where we are able to avoid it.

(via stitch-please)

dribbblepopular:

For the love of Dribbble Original: http://ift.tt/1eeovBX
Apr 20, 2014 / 24 notes

dribbblepopular:

For the love of Dribbble Original: http://ift.tt/1eeovBX

(via zsazsabellagio)

Apr 17, 2014 / 101 notes
eknittingneedle:

knittingandhooking:

Out of the Loop by Todd Clark and found on Lion Brand Yarn’s fb page. (on my tablet so can’t make links)

Too funny!!!! Hahahaha
Apr 16, 2014 / 26 notes

eknittingneedle:

knittingandhooking:

Out of the Loop by Todd Clark and found on Lion Brand Yarn’s fb page. (on my tablet so can’t make links)

Too funny!!!! Hahahaha