Snopes just wants to remind you that gorillas cannot knit.
Kylie Jenner’s daughter, Stormi, made headlines for her tiny Hermes bag, but we’ve got all the heart eyes over her adorable knitted onesie.
A Dutch woman found her teenage son wouldn’t snuggle with her anymore, so she knitted herself a new son.
Fiber artist Olek unveiled a new crocheted mural in California as part of her “Love Across the USA” project, which will have her creating a new yarn mural in each state, depicting a female in history. Olek provides the design and the materials, and local volunteers do the crocheting.
Not strictly knitting: a new trend in the tattoo community is body ink designed to look like embroidery. We can’t wait to see how this trend evolves!
We’re not fooling you: the Heavy Metal World Knitting Championships are slated to take place in July in Finland, a nation considered “the Promised Land of Heavy Metal Music” as well as one boasting a high number of knitters per capita.
First, she hacked a knitting machine. Now, Fabienne Serriere designs machine-knitted scarves designed to match code from the hardware of vintage computers.
MyModernMet features a collection of stunning yarn-crafted tapestries inspired by the ocean floor. They’re crafted exclusively from discarded industrial textile waste.
Remember when we shared the wildlife refuge looking for handmade nests for adorable baby birds? The North Carolina center was flooded with thousands of nests after the story went viral, and now they’re using their newfound fame to educate people about what to do when they find abandoned fledglings.