17 Responses to “love”

  1. I love how this was made. What a gorgeous sweater. I want one! Jacinta x

  2. Do you think that it was really knit in one day? Even with no distractions? I can’t imagine knitting that fast!

  3. Oh I loved this! Thanks for sharing!

  4. jill says:

    so cool! love the change of light as the day passes….and the truck pushing the ball of yarn…..and everything else!!! great find!

  5. Janine says:

    If only I could knit……

  6. meghann says:

    That is so cool… the stuff going on in the background is even better than what is going on with the knitting! xo

  7. That is amazing!!! So beautiful and creative – I want to check out the book, too!

    Thanks for sharing ~ makes me want to learn to knit something besides scarves! 😉

  8. Hege says:

    Love this. Just wish Eirin was younger so I could knit her the sweater..

  9. Svenna says:

    Such a sweet little clip; I wish sometimes knitting would in fact go that fast!

  10. Lidka Storm says:

    haha, I was more fascinated by Buzz Lightyear, the apple and the Lego car than the knitting itself. Haha

  11. cpcable says:

    What a fun video! I love stop motion and it was great to see such a lovely sweater take shape.

  12. Lisa says:

    I love this video too – we have the book (autographed too) and it is really sweet.

  13. Ellen says:

    How adorable and fun! Love the disappearing apple and how knitting is so much a part of the entire family’s day (or days…). Don’t I wish I could knit super quick! I’d have lots of finished projects instead of UFOs!! 🙂

  14. Taryn Oakley says:

    Thanks for sharing. That is so sweet.. my youngest’s name is Phoebe and I have seen that book before, but now I think I need to get it and make her that sweater (wouldnt it be great if I could knit it that quickly? It will probably take me a year!!)

  15. Claudine says:

    Fabulous!!! What a fun video, thank you for sharing!

  16. Corrabelle says:

    That was darling! I love watching the toys move in the background too, very real. Brought a little tear! (In my defense, I’m pregnant, everything brings tears right now.)
    Was she just knitting, or was there a little bit of “knooking” going on there too?

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