Exchange

Well, Hannah decided to use Tumblr to blog about her exchange year in Italy so I'll blog about her exchange year here, too.
doctorwhogifts:

MEGA Set of 14 - All 12 Doctors Who Time Travel plus War Doctor and TARDIS Crochet Amigurumi PATTERNS Doctor plus Police Box by craftyiscoolcrochet (55.00 USD) http://ift.tt/180uQPG

doctorwhogifts:

MEGA Set of 14 - All 12 Doctors Who Time Travel plus War Doctor and TARDIS Crochet Amigurumi PATTERNS Doctor plus Police Box by craftyiscoolcrochet (55.00 USD) http://ift.tt/180uQPG

archiemcphee:

If you love plants, but don’t have a green thumb, perhaps you should try crochet or knitting instead of gardening. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is currently hosting an exhibition entitled Knit, Purl, Sow, for which textile artists created beautifully detailed stitched botanical specimens.

"The exhibit has been two years in the making and contains 21 works with 19 provided by artist Tatyana Yanishevsky, who studied biology at Brown University. The Rhode Island-based artist dissected flowers and studied their anatomy in textbooks and greenhouses before starting down her creative path.”

Knit, Purl, Sow will be on exhibit at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden though January 23, 2014.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

riverheadlocal:

Photos taken after storm in Riverhead 01-05-2014

Great pictures from after the storm.

poptech:

Abandoned big-box stores are an eyesore. This old Walmart though is America’s biggest library now. Award-winning design. 

poptech:

Abandoned big-box stores are an eyesore. This old Walmart though is America’s biggest library now. Award-winning design. 

(via npr)

hijabi-knits:

Newale

This is a lovely cardigan perfect for layering or wearing over a sleeveless shirt for the summer months. The pockets add visual interest to the design and the perfect thing about knitting it is that you have a one of a kind piece.

All photos are copyright Carrie Bostick Hoge.

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hijabi-knits:

Dahlia Cardigan

Hijabis can never have too many cardigans. This is a subtle way to incorporate a beautiful flower into your wardrobe. The lace back gives interest to the pattern with a simple drape closure in the front. Seed stitch borders keep the stockinette body from rolling out of shape.

All photos are copyright Interweave Knits.

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