• Sat, Oct 13 2007

Knit Yourself A Home

Technically I don’t think this home would be very water-proof (or warm; despite the knitting factor) but this house is so cool I had to share for those of you who haven’t seen it.



Love the flowers!


This home, knitted for the 2006 London Architecture Biennale was created by a group of women who enlisted the help of friends and family.

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  • http://bakingdelights.com marye

    o.k..I love that. You could change the WHOLE look of your house by just draping different knitted throws over it. A cottage, a castle, a manor house..the possibilities are endless.

  • http://jenfreedom.blogspot.com/ Jennifer Chait

    You know I never even though of that. But you’re right. Who needs a new coat of paint when a shawl will do just fine! You could have a hat with tassels for winter. Good idea you.

  • http://www.hankeringforyarn.com Noreen Crone-Findlay

    It’s the world’s largest teacosy! LOL!

  • http://www.hankeringforyarn.com Noreen Crone-Findlay

    Actually, I was expecting to see a yurt when I clicked the link on ‘fabric houses’. There’s nothing like getting a jolt of whimsy!

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