Knitted anatomy, by Emily Stoneking
Is there anybody who has not dissected a poor frog in school? Emily Stoneking could be the salvation for a lot of frogs. And just because she makes cute, beautiful and strange creatures. Let’s have a look!
Emily Stoneking has made a line of anatomically correct, partially dissected, knitted creatures. She transforms fluffy skeins of yarn into the anatomical details of rats, frogs, people, and other creatures.
Emily admits that is not a scientist. She likes to approximate the form and style seen in most anatomical illustrations with clear colors and distinct forms. And maybe they are not 100% real, but there are absolutely gorgeous.
She is a knitter, stained glass artisan, history student and crafter extraordinaire.
Her specimens are available as both completed pieces and downloadable patterns. You just have to visit her Etsy shop, called her aKNITomy