If you've seen the book, you know de Baar from her knitted Keuken, an accurate scale model of a sink and faucets rendered entirely in pink wool:
|Photo by Joep Vogels, Audax Textielmuseum, courtesy of RAM, Rotterdam|
Gayle Roehm's Spring Flowers Egg, a knitted interpretation of a Fabergé egg of the same name. The original was one of 50 bejeweled creations made for tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II of Russia in the late 19th/early 20th centuries and given at Easter to members of their family. Roehm's was fashioned of red and gold crochet cotton.
|Photo by Miriam Rosenthal, ThirdEyePhotography|
|Photo courtesy of Anita Bruce|