As we continue to adjust to life with a newborn and very active 5-year-old, knitting has been very much on my mind. I knit everyday until the baby was born and it was not only my job, but simply part of my routine. Like someone training for a marathon, I got my time in and accomplished what I wanted, then put it away until the next day. While around-the-clock feedings, diapers, and maintaining, well, life, has made knitting difficult to squeeze in, I’m looking forward to getting into more of a routine once Astrid starts sleeping through the night and I have more than 2 brain cells to rub together to create new patterns for you all to enjoy.
In the meantime, check out this super cool digital knitting machine. Original article found here. Be sure to click the link below to watch the video.
Kniterate is a compact industrial knitting machine created for designers and entrepreneurs that facilitates the one-off creation of garments. Built by London-based designer Gerard Rubio, Kniterate is meant to act as a sort of 3D printer for knitwear, allowing you to create digital designs in Photoshop and turn them into a wearable garments in just a few hours. The machine is capable of knitting scarves, sweaters, dresses, ties, or even the components of shoes. Kniterate could dramatically reduce lead time for a fashion business or design school in need of quick prototyping, or help a more ambitious artist in the fabrication a completely unique wardrobe. Learn more over on Kickstarter.