Once I start staring at this looping experiment in stitchery, I just can't look away. Instead of using photos, artist Sam Meech made this Eadweard Muybridge-inspired animation with 272 frames captured on a custom 13-metre-long stretch of woven fabric.
The GIF is good, but you have to watch the clip, complete with clompy, galloping sound effects and a bit of static sewn in at the end:
The "Knitronica" series is awesome, if not a bit tougher to parse at first glance.
A bunch of trials linking knitting and sound were done during an afternoon at the pub with a load of cool gear. "I attempted some ambient amplification and distortion of the sounds of the knitting activities, mic-ing up the machines and running the sound through a series of FX modules in Isadora", said Meech.