A new generation has taken up knitting and is transforming the venerable needlecraft by blurring the boundary between craft and art. In Copenhagen, Denmark, Isabel Berglund hand-knit an entire room. In New England, Dave Cole constructed an enormous “knitting machine” (he used excavators and utility poles) that knit an 800-stitch, 35-by-20-foot American flag. Using surgical wire, Indiana-based knitter Althea Merback hand-knits sweaters smaller than a dime. This book explores knitting projects large and small, all wildly creative and sure to please.