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Jacqui Fink Amazing Extreme Knitting

What's better than knitting? Oversized knitting I say! This image is from Little Dandelion and is the amazing work of textile artist, Ja.

A peek at the ‘Perfect Imperfect’ exhibition, currently on at @nishigallery, @hotel_hotel, Canberra. Exhibition curated by Karen McCartney @mccartneyk, stylist @glenproebstel and photographer @sharyncairns, to celebrate the launch of their beautiful new book. Incredible oversized knitted background is by Sydney extreme knitter @jacquifink! More info on TDF today, link in profile  (this stunning pic by Sharyn Cairns )

lifeasawaterelement: “ Perfect Imperfect ( Karen McCartney, Sharyn Cairns and Glen Proebstel) exhibition at Nishi Gallery, at Hotel Hotel in Canberra.

Jacqui Fink Large Knits Little Dandelion

Close Knit: An Interview with Jacqui Fink, the creator of Little Dandelion

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WISH I MADE two elements as one, clever art Tiny figurines interacting with everyday objects in interesting ways (By Miniature Calendar)

milena silvano

Hand Knit and Crochet Patchwork Kimono Coat by atthetreehouse on Etsy: No pattern, but looks easy enuf to do

The warp and weft blog...: Eduardo and Maria Portillo

Eduardo & Maria Portillo - detail: En la noche: at night. Triple weave, silk and mache palm fibre and copper on indigo

.punto en maquina de tejer

S/S Pitti Filati trend analysis inspired by the transparent effect, that comes away from traditional knit

purpleclaire's Sunsets and Waterfalls on ravelry.com

Lengths of yarn left hanging on front of weave. This may be useful in my project as a way of depicting rust breaking away from the surface, perhaps with different sized yarns joined through the weave

Art | アート | искусство | Arte | Kunst | Paintings | Installations |  dana barnes

May 4 dana barnes My favorite part is where the ends unwind at the bottom. They remind me of a stream of earthworms. I wish they continued out further.

ernst - inspired by Sheila Hicks' weaving textile art incorporating texture with use of thick linen cord.