Skull pullover By Karen
  • Skull pullover By Karen
    Karen used Knitty's Double Scoop for this pirate pullover. Karen had the best intentions, starting this pullover for the smaller of her lucky kids. But yarn substitution led to gauge mishap and the end result turned out a bit large. That means Karen is the lucky owner of a new pullover! Her lemur-esque acrobatics really caught my eye.
  • Skull Pullover By Michelle
    This sweater was made using the Big Bad Wolf pattern in the domiKNITrix book but substituting the skull chart for the wolf.
  • Skull Bag By Trina
    Trina added soem crossbones and felted the skull on this tote.
  • Skull Bag By a different Trina
    Here's another felted skull tote, but this one had it cranium removed, hehee.
  • Skull Vest By Amanda
  • Skull Bag By Liz
    Liz felted the skull onto a tote so she could have the punk rock vibe every day.
  • Skull By Mary
    Here's a subtle execution of the skull in texture rather than color. For those looking for a lighter way to make their mark - classy and very wearable. Mary knit this for a lucky nephew. Husband Bill was a willing model for this photo shoot. Mary tells me she didn't work the chart stitch for stitch, but that makes it no less fabulous!
  • Skull Cardigan By Becky
    Becky crocheted this unique cardigan with a bold skull on its back
  • Skull by Bert
    Bert went for an asymmetrical effect in pink lurex when he knit up this skull vest.
  • Skull pullover by Brainy Lady
    Alison was the first to blog her use of the skull chart when she knit up this pullover. Yarn: Patons Classic Wool -- 4 balls of Dark Grey Mix, 1 ball of Rich Red Pattern: based very loosely on Raspy from Rowan Denim People book
  • Skull Hat By Laura
    Laura simplified the chart so she could work it over fewer stitches and fit it onto this hat for her son. And isn't he a charmer?!
  • Skull Pillow By Liat
    Liat knit her colorful skull knit onto a pillow.
  • Skull Scarf By Nancy
    Nancy challenged herself by knitting intarsia in the round on this scarf, and using Tia's crossbones chart on the other end. Intarsia in the round isn't impossible, but it is a pain!

  • Che Guevara Pullover By Brigitte
    Brigitte knit up this baby pullover for one lucky kid!
  • Che Guevara Scarf By Jessy
    Jessy emblazoned Che on this scarf.
  • Che Guevara Bag By Sara
    Sara chose a bag as a canvas for Che's fiercely iconic face.
  • Che Guevara Blouse By Vera
    Vera chose this lacy blouse for her Che Guevara. I think the frill at the neckline softens Che's ferocity - just a bit.

  • Bruce Lee Scarf By Dave
    Dave knit Bruce Lee's face and fists onto this studly scarf.

  • Rosie the Riveter bag with strap By Lori
    Lori cross stitched Rosie the Riveter onto this versatile tote.
  • Rosie the Riveter bag with handle by Lori
    She used both a strap and a handle to make the bag more useful.

Skull pullover By Karen