This is pretty stellar.
I’m too tired to think of a knitting- or space- related pun, but I really like this.
We’ll needle you til you think of one…
We’ll comet you until you give us one…
Can’t we draw out this thread? Spin us a yarn!
I’ll be on pins and needles until you come up with something…
You guys all have me in stitches!
That’s the spirit! Curing cancer is hard, star puns are easy
Her accomplishment — knitting with bird’s-eye backing using one knit per pixel in three colors — might not mean much to anyone outside of the knitting community.
Indeed, it is complete gibberish to me. So it would be nice if the article explained it. Grr.
Edit: the author couldn’t be bothered to link sources, so I went and found it. If anyone else is interested in the technical details: http://heartofpluto.co/2017/04/02/algorithms-of-multi-coloured-knitting/
I don’t really know how to knit either but I think it means every one pixel of her image translates to one little fibery thingie that gets caught on my watch band. I’m so glad real pixels don’t catch on my watch band.
A lot of my fiber arts friends are mooning over this.
I see what you did there. It’s like a double entendre, because it’s stellar and it’s stellar.
It’s great how things work out like that when you planet.
Speaking of planning, someday I would like to take on a meatier project like this one.
That would be hot! I’m sure it would have a lot of impact.
Probably, but I have a hard time focusing on such a big thing. I need a steroid for my brain or something.
It would rock to have something like that. Wouldn’t want to get in the way of someone super focused that way, though. Too easy to get kicked … orbit.
(Ok, I have to run. Will check back later.)
… headed to a satellite location?
Yes, I am stationed at a conference this weekend.
Well, let us know when you get out of your return vehicle.