Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Knitting With A Clock, A Windmill, A Rocking Chair, Etc.

Everyone knows about knitting with knitting needles.
And I guess, you have already heared of arm knitting.
To see more on arm knitting, click here:

But there are also other - almost unbelievable - ways to knit.

Siren Elise Wilhelmsen has developed a clock that "knits time".
After every half hour it knits a mesh, a day equals one round around the clock, and a year results in a two-meter-long scarf.

Merel Karhof has created a windmill which can knit.
It knits from the outside to the inside of a building, using the power of the wind.

Damien Ludi and Colin Peillex have developed a rocking chair which uses kinetic energy to knit.

Dave Cole has even used utility poles and backhoes to knit.
Some people like to knit very small, using pins or surgical stainless steel which is cut to the desired length, grinded and polished at the ends. Althea Crome produces eighty stitches per inch (nano-knit).

Do not be anxious over anything, 
but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God;  
and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus. 
(Philippians 4:6, 7)

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