OpenKnit is an open source clothing printer, you can find the instructions to build your own on GitHub. I think this is a great idea, from the looks of it you just feed in the pattern and your measurements and a couple of hours later you have clothes.
Here is a video that explains is much better than I can hope to:
Remember that “guineapigosaurus” costume I posted a couple of years ago? No? Go check it out… Anyway I’m sure a lot of people with tortoises/turtles were really jealous that they couldn’t make their reptilian friends look just as adorable.
Hat tip to the Frog Man
So you have your Hamburger Dress and you are ready to hit the town, but you need accessories right? Well these Cheeseburger ear rings are made to Order by knottyfingers on etsy, and would be the perfect companion to your Hamburger Dress…
It’s worth looking at the rest of the items they have for sale which include a Human Centipede scarf… No I’m not going to link to it…
Oddly Zemanta thinks that this is a relevant image, which is fine as it’s someone wearing the afore mentions Hamburger dress:
I noticed a whole bunch of Dr. Who knitwear over the past couple of days and rather than post them individually I’ve decided to put together one mammoth post with all of them in it. So Enjoy and feel free to buy or make me any of this if you are that way inclined.
TARDIS Socks (Technabob)/Ravelry (Or another version also on Ravelry)With pattern on Google Docs.
Dalek Gloves for which you can buy the pattern on Etsy.
TARDIS gloves by Enchanted Craft on Etsy.
Another set of Dalek gloves also by Enchanted Craft (Enchanted Crafts have a lot of coll stuff actually)
TARDIS beanie with tassels by Amlowi on Etsy
I love the idea behind this advert for the Calgary Farmers Market, how do you prove that you are open all winter? Knit Jumpers for your produce!
Although I doubt many Calgary Farmers actually farm Bananas… Surely it’s a little too cold up there for that.
Via Creativity Drink
I’m in love with these Game Boy gloves by “MaDonna” of MeMaDonna! Apparently she came up with the pattern herself, which although I can’t knit looks like she made the gloves in grey then stitched on the screen D-Pad and buttons so it’s not rocket science, Still impressive though.
via Me! MaDonna!
It worries me how many of my friends would actually probably enjoy this game… I can’t find the original source of the image unfortunately though…
I know nothing of knitting but I assume that you could probably make a game out of twiddling the two analogue sticks to simulate the needles. Maybe press a button to change the colour of the yarn? Or Hold the triggers to do some kind of funky knot…
Via TOPIK WARNA-WARNI.