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#microbes sampling the hotel facilities in Dublin & thinking about sticking around http://www.glasgowcityofscience.com/get-involved/knitting-microbes

Cross-Stitched Germs and Microbes http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/03/cross-stitched-germs-and-microbes/

Cross-Stitched Germs and Microbes http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/03/cross-stitched-germs-and-microbes/

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Cross-Stitched Microbes

For the microbiology nerd: cross-stitched microbes.

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Cuddly Bacterium Anyone?

"Cuddly Bacterium Anyone" from Promega Connections blog (knitted microbes)

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Cross-Stitched Microbes Let You Hang Your Favorite Germs on the Wall

I mean I may not make STD's but something for the tiny cross stitch frames as ornaments

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WANTED: Knitted microbes for Glasgow City of Science project!

WANTED: 980 knitted microbes for Glasgow City of Science project! hat tip: @Tom John West #KnitHacker #knit #knitting

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Knit your own Squeaky Bacteria (Bacillus) (pdf knitting pattern)

They outnumber every other form of life on Earth, cover every surface and infest our bodies - surely everyone loves bacteria! Why not place a little squeaky bacterium next to your sink as a cute reminder to your family that they should wash their hands? You can knit one up in a couple of hours, so why not make your very own special brood of critters to brighten up your lab?! The ButterflyLove pdf Squeaky Bacteria (Bacillus) knitting pattern gives you clear step by step instructions to make your own little collection of bacteria. This pattern only involves knitting flat and is suitable for a beginner/intermediate knitter. You can also contact me at any point if you need technical advice or have any other queries. What you will need: 2 knitting needles (US2/2.75mm or as per tension advice) 15-20g yarn for the cell body 5g yarn for each flagella (optional) 5g yarn for the nucleus/nucleoid (optional) Embroidery floss/thread for the pili (optional) Two black toy safety eyes (9mm) Plastic toy squeaker (optional) Polyfil stuffing 1 tapestry needle for finishing Skills used: Casting on and off Increasing Decreasing I-cord Stitches used: Stocking stitch The pdf file will be made available for download once payment has been received. Why not checkout the ButterflyLove knitting pattern collection at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ButterflyLove1?section_id=6641225 This pattern is sold on the condition that it will be used for personal use only, e.g. making gifts for family and friends, not for commercial purposes. All knitting patterns in ButterflyLove1's Etsy shop have been designed and written by Dawn Finney and are protected by law. © 2013 D Finney

Cross-Stitched Germs and Microbes by Alicia Watkins at Watty’s Wall Stuff. The pieces are available a la carte, in sets, or as DIY patterns. (via This Isn’t Happiness)

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Mini Microbe Pattern Pack Diseases by Erica Kimberly - Craftsy

Mini Microbe Pattern Pack Diseases - via @Craftsy