Knitting as Art: Wooly Wierdness


In case you’re bored with sweaters, scarves, and hats…..


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Took early retirement (yay!) and now have more time to pursue my favorite things.
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9 Responses to Knitting as Art: Wooly Wierdness

  1. so strange! I just blogged about this very thing!

  2. katknit says:

    knitting sync?

  3. Emilee says:

    They look like those mohair jumpsuits available on ebay.

  4. Jessie says:

    I sure hope these were knit by machine and not by hand. I suppose they can be seen as some sort of art but I’d rather see the energy put into knitting for chemo hats, preemies, the troops (Ship’s Project), the homeless or lots of other deserving charities. There is so much we can do to affect the lives of others….

  5. Pat says:

    Jessie,
    I suppose we should not be going to art museums, ballgames, oprera and so on….as the time and money could be put to better use, RIGHT???? Everyone has their priorities but I feel your soapbox should only be placed in front of your own mirror…not mine or others who have other interests.

  6. Teddy says:

    Oh Linda,

    Thanks so much for making me laugh! I really needed that today!

    I think I’ll run out right now and buy the wool to make that, not! LOL!

  7. Mary says:

    What a KICK! There are some days when this would be EXACTLY what I would like to put on and HIDE! Very fun!

  8. ames says:

    @Jessie – there’s no reason people can’t do both art and charity work. And art does affect people’s lives. Perhaps you should take some of your own advice – I’m sure the time you spend surfing the internet could be better spent “knitting for chemo hats, preemies, the troops (Ship’s Project), the homeless or lots of other deserving charities”. Just think – the time it took you to read the blog, type the comment, and read these comments back, you could have cast on for a chemo hat!

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