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Big O Games Knitting

I found some lovely examples of knitting today at my local yarn shop – in support of those ‘Big O’ games that are coming to London next week. It is nice to see that handknitters support local and global sports and use their creative talents to create works of art.

A warning though – if you do knit a doll and put shorts on it, or create other works of art that are in support of your favourite sports events, please be aware of and respect copyright rules.

Big O Games Knitting
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Ravelry Crackdown
Unfortunately one of the well known knitting groups ran into some confrontation with the O committee due to copyright infringement rules.
An Apology

The Lobbying Power of Crafters

Knitted O-Theme figures

Knit Wit Suzanne – Mini Games in Garden

Big O Games Knitting

Sochi Rainbow Birds
Folksy: Sochi Rainbow Birds
Etsy: Sochi Rainbow Birds

Knitting Patterns

Knit London: 10 Iconic London Projects
Knitting patterns for the London Eye, Big Ben, phone booth and more.

Stitch London: 20 kooky ways to knit the city and more

Knitting Yarn

 

Ebay Finds

36 x 18 Sizes Carbonized Bamboo Single Pointed Crochet Knitting Needles 1 Set - Current price: $9.99

Embroidery Knitting Skein Yarn Ball Crochet Cotton Ocher Yellow Thread - Current price: $8.06

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