Converted Bicycle Unravels Old Sweaters To Knit Something New

Converted Bicycle Unravels Old Sweaters To Knit Something New
Design

This elaborate contraption recycles old woolen items by taking them apart and re-purposing the yarn into alternate creations.

Alice Chan
  • 16 november 2012

The National Center for Craft and Design has selected the un-knitting machine as one of the best student design projects of 2012. This highly unusual bicycle, designed to help recycle unwanted woollen clothes, unravels any clothing item back into its pre-knitted form.

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