Knitting has long been a form of political resistance—but one heavily coded white.
What started as recreational crochet lessons for detainees turned into a private runway show.
Max Alexander turns Shetland wool into scientifically accurate depictions of various moth species.
Lisa Anne Auerbach turns her protest sweaters into site-specific knit wallpaper with an edge.
Channing Hansen uses algorithms to guide him as he knits his pieces, which, in their final form, he likens to being in a quantum-like state of uncertainty
Supernatural knitwear meets techno in Iqbal Ahmed's joyful dance film, 'Weave.'
A Chilean creative producer is using an alter ego to call attention to the importance of handmade garments.
Who said you can't be comfy, cozy, and punk rock?
How one player found her way towards the art and code of knitting—and her nana—through crafty games.
Fear, popular culture, and nostalgia get explored with yarn at Shanell Papp’s 'Based on a True Story' exhibition.
Icelandic fiber artist Ýr Jóhannsdóttir unveils an adorable sweater collection based on a love story.
Fiber artist Tracy Widdess reveals the origin of her macabre masks and woeful weavings.