Let the Wind Knit Your Next Scarf

Posted by on Aug 09, 2022

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Fast Company writes that the same wind offering you cool summer breezes will soon be creating cozy knit sweaters. Designer Merel Karhof has created a wind-powered knitting machine by attaching an industrial loom to a 4-foot metal windmill. We can't wait until she comes out with a solar-powered scrapbooker!

 In case you're wondering, yes, you can buy a scarf knitted by the wind, but it isn't exactly a bargain price.

Image credits from top:  Merel Karhof

Reprinted with permission from Fast Company

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  • by leeann.hamm.18
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    I would love to win a free class! I would really love to learn Tunisian crochet. I'm a lifelong crocheter who is teaching herself to loom knit, but Tunisian or afghan stitch is something I think I need guidance in. Thank you for having this contest! :)

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    tech at its coolest (har har)