Announcement More art than science.
More art than science.
Christina on Nov 16, 20225 out of 5 stars
Adorable! It was better than I expected will get the frog soon 💚
Sidralma on Nov 11, 20225 out of 5 stars
The pattern looks great - clearly laid out with a good number of clear, well-angled photographs to help back up the text. Although I'm a novice knitter, I appreciate having this fun quirky project to work towards.
hillarylolaliv on Nov 7, 20225 out of 5 stars
I love everything I have ordered from this shop. So well made and clever. And fast to ship, as well. Thank you!
Stephanie on Apr 12, 20215 out of 5 stars
I haven’t read or attempted to make this yet, but great deal for all patterns and I will be back with the results! These are so awesome!!!
Wendy on Mar 22, 20215 out of 5 stars
I asked for a work depicting chicken aknitomy and it was such a pleasure working with Emily. She was really inspired! I requested, I put it on hold (because COVID), I thought maybe I was ready... each step Emily was patient and understanding. Would leave more stars if I could. I have more custom requests in the works!
Vickie on Feb 9, 20215 out of 5 stars
I made these for my DIL's elementary class. She made the organs out of felt--I did all the knitting. They came out great! Patterns were easy to follow. The kids loved them.
Knitting my way through school
I have no background in science, just a layman's love of it. My first aknitomical piece was the knitted, dissected frog that we all remember from high school. That has proven to be consistently my most popular item by far.
Over the years I have added more creatures to my wunderkammer, and I look forward to many more years of creating new knits!
I began knitting in 2001, and haven't stopped since. I am currently a part time student at the University of Vermont, studying German and History. I also work part-time at a stained glass studio, and part time at a local art/anthropological museum.
This leaves very little time for knitting, but I find that I fill up every spare moment with sticks and string.
My business here on Etsy, while not quite supporting me full-time, has allowed me the freedom to not work for someone else full time, so I can attend school (and of course I knit in all of my classes).
Owner, Maker, Designer
I've been knitting since 2001, and playing the role of knitting mad scientist since 2006. If my hands aren't busy, I'm not happy.
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