Carol Milne, an artist in Seattle, knits glass. Let’s just reflect on that accomplishment for a moment. These incredible sculptures have every appearance of being translucent yarn wrapped around knitting needles. (via Carol Milne’s Knitted Glass - Neatorama)

When someone comes into my office, I want that person to adopt an attitude most conducive to a productive working relationship. And now I know what is the perfect design for that purpose: the Scorpion Chair (translation) by Vyacheslav Pakhomov. It costs 230,000 rubles, which is about $5,749 USD. (via This Scorpion Chair Is Everything I’ve Ever Wanted in an Office Chair - Neatorama)


A simple pattern for scale mail gloves, worked entirely in knit stitches and slightly modified knit stitches (photo tutorial for the technique included) to knit the scales right into the fabric of the gloves. (via Ravelry: Knitted Scale Mail Gloves pattern by CraftyMutt)

We love Tom Baker. And we needed a new runner carpet for our hallway. Enter this easy DIY Doctor Who rug (for under $30). Our first project in our new house! Some of you guys saw this last week on our Instagram. We planned on posting it here a few days ago, but wanted to wait and make sure that it wore well and that the paint didn’t chip/peel/etc. So far it’s looking good as new! And that’s with two VERY sheddy black dogs. Oh, and that’s right, I said PAINT. This is a plain ol’ cheap beige runner carpet from Home Depot, painted to look like Tom Baker’s iconic Doctor Who scarf. (via DIY Tom Baker Doctor Who Rug - Our Nerd Home)

This pattern is the Babel Fish entry from Douglas Adams’ ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’, inspired by Rod Lord’s animations for the 1981 BBC television adaptation. (via Babel Fish cross stitch pattern Hitchhiker’s by RandomlyGenerated)

  1. Camera: LGE Nexus 4
  2. Aperture: f/2.65
  3. Exposure: 1/20th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm

The Prism coffee table, designed by Maurie Novak of MN Design in Melbourne, Australia, is an absolute stunner. The stainless steel frame surrounds strands of brightly colored, loosely woven elastic, perfectly visible through the clear glass top. Like a true prism, one’s vantage point determines each unique, beautiful view. (via Prism Coffee Table - Neatorama)


That bracelet is very easy to make but is clearly an eye-catcher! Instead of the thin cord you can use normal Paracord as well! (via Easy Paracord Bracelet - Advanced Cobra)