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Photo: Craftzine

I came across this and it is just so darn cool, I had to share.

Craftzine has a post on a completely knitted skeleton created by fiber artist, Ben Cuevas. If you go on over to his site you can see some of the finer detail of this work of art. Truly amazing stuff.

Photo: Craftzine (Ben Cuevas skeleton)

My hat totally goes off to him, ’cause you can ask Tom, the words that can come out of my mouth when I’m knitting socks can be pretty aweful, imagine knitting a whole human (skeleton)!


This blog post you are reading is from a blog called  Happenings on the Hill. If you are reading it anywhere else other than on, it has been stolen. Sorry to those that regularly read that I have to do this on my post, but I’m really getting angry that someone is stealing my content. I  really, really dislike the darkness that is the winter mornings. As I type this, it is just 7 a.m. and the sun is just barely coming up. Seriously, if you woke up now, without a clock, you would most likely dose back off, thinking it was way earlier than it was. While I am not a big fan of dark afternoons either, I can deal with those so much better than with the dark, pitch blackness that I now awaken to and will for the next several months on school days.

Evilwife on the move

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