365 Knitting Clock by Siren Elise Wihelmsen

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Time literally ravels with this amazing creation by Norwegian designer Siren Elise Wilhelmsen. The 365 Knitting Clock measures time in such a unique and creative way. It stitches time as it goes by. It knits for 24 hours a day for 365 days a year translating time through the growth of the knitted material. By the end of the year, it has produced a two meters long scarf as a result of this wonderful 3D way to tell time.

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