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The littlest knitter

By raincoaster

The art of the miniaturist has been sadly neglected since the 18th Century, but Althea Crome’s work offers hope it may not be so forgotten in the future. Behold the strange, yet compelling powers of the conceptual artist who knit Coraline’s sweaters.

3 Responses to “The littlest knitter”

  1. Sarah G. Says:

    Wow, that’s just incredible.

  2. Joan H. Says:

    Knitting is HUGE these days. There’s an explosion of new knitting mags on the racks and some of the designs are actually nice, not your typical box with sleeves that most sweaters used to resemble. Vogue Knitting is of course awesome, but for gorgeous and quirky, I think is the best. And it’s free! So cool.

  3. raincoaster Says:

    I’ve always loved knitting, and some of the knitting/empowerment stuff like Stitch and Bitch is fun. And with a recession, we’re going to be seeing a lot more of it, mark my words.

    Anything to get away from the hipster felt explosion.

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