Are you ready for some extreme knitting? Look at what enterprising artists are making with needles, hooks and wool.
Erwan Fichou’s “Dogwool” series pairs dogs with their owners in dog wool clothes. They’re strangely mesmerizing, and you can see more at www.erwanfichou.org. Photo via killingbirdswithstones. Should you be interested in knitting your own dog hair sweater, might we suggest the book Knitting with Dog Hair?
You too can make this amazing little knitted star-nosed mole with a free pattern from f.pea
Yarn-bombing: making the world a little more whimsical, one skein at a time. Artist Madga Sayeg covers a bus in Mexico City. Photo by Cesar Ortega, via Time.
An amazing brain-hat, by flickr user zealofzebra—who has posted many other photos of the hat under construction.
Gruß vom Krampus by Canadian artist Tracy Widdess. The photos of her work at Brutal Knitting are nothing short of mind-blowing.
Doesn’t Big Red look fancy? Animal Place Sanctuary give their chickens cozy sweaters to keep them warm.
If you don’t want to knit with your dog’s hair, but just knit your dog, try Best in Show: Knit Your Own Dog. This is the Afghan, available for sale from Muir and Osborne
An adorably fierce angler fish by Hansi Singh. Take a gander at the other little knitted wildlife in her Flickr photostream.