August 22, 2014

"Animation Knitter" Miho Yata’s work. First in the world " FIlm Muffler" Miho knit long mufflers like films and made stop motion animation. 

WOW!

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July 31, 2014
Marisa Monte

Marisa Monte

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July 30, 2014
Malcolm McDowell and Gwynyth Walsh on the set of Star Trek: Generations.

Malcolm McDowell and Gwynyth Walsh on the set of Star Trek: Generations.

April 16, 2014
womenandcats:

By Elena Shlegel

womenandcats:

By Elena Shlegel

(via telinha)

April 13, 2014

lagartazul:

 

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December 16, 2013
Want!

Want!

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November 26, 2013

"The motion of knitting isn’t all that different from the motion of plugging away at your smartphone all day. Except knitting promotes focus, and the phone promotes distraction."
(Barbara Schnoor in Humans of New York)

"The motion of knitting isn’t all that different from the motion of plugging away at your smartphone all day. Except knitting promotes focus, and the phone promotes distraction."

(Barbara Schnoor in Humans of New York)


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November 23, 2013
Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Curtiss Woodward Young sitting in a wheelchair knitting in a darkened room in Chicago, Illinois. 1917.

Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Curtiss Woodward Young sitting in a wheelchair knitting in a darkened room in Chicago, Illinois. 1917.

(Source: memory.loc.gov)

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November 23, 2013
Modern Priscilla, Oct 1919

Modern Priscilla, Oct 1919

November 22, 2013
Group portrait of members of the Women’s War Relief Association, Mrs. Edward J. Buchan, Mrs. Norval H. Pierce (nee Drucilla Wahl), Mrs. Edward R. Fifield and Mrs. William M. Hight, posing together with their handiwork (knitting or sewing) in a room in Chicago, Illinois.

Group portrait of members of the Women’s War Relief Association, Mrs. Edward J. Buchan, Mrs. Norval H. Pierce (nee Drucilla Wahl), Mrs. Edward R. Fifield and Mrs. William M. Hight, posing together with their handiwork (knitting or sewing) in a room in Chicago, Illinois.

(Source: memory.loc.gov)

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