By Chris Scott Barr
I’ve started to notice a trend among a number of my female friends. It seems that knitting and crocheting have become a rather popular hobby. I find both arts to be dreadfully boring, but sometimes the end result can be rather interesting. Surely there is a way to get the same results without actually spending endless hours knitting. Apparently there is (and don’t call me Shirley).
One crafty person was wandering about a Cul de sac and noticed that the curious amounts of wind, and decided to take advantage of it. In the end he decided to construct a device which would utilize the wind to knit a scarf. Essentially, the size of your scarf is only limited by the amount of yarn fed into the machine. Unfortunately it doesn’t have the ability to change yarn when it runs out. Hopefully at some point he’ll post a guide on how to construct one of these for ourselves.