the knitting clock

In one year, this wall clock will make a two metre-long scarf – all by itself. Talk about putting a stitch in time, eh? The extraordinary machine knits one stitch every half hour, so by the end of the day, it’s finished off another row. The point? To make time tangible, visible – and a little bit snuggly, too.

Norwegian lady Siren Elise Wilhelmsen is the clever clogs behind the design, and if you ask her super-nicely, she might just make one for you. Pop over to her website to see more of her sweet stuff, including furniture, lamps and a set of salt and pepper shakers that double as spinning tops. File under: inspiring.

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