Knitting all of Mario level one into a giant scarf


11 Responses to “Knitting all of Mario level one into a giant scarf”

  1. kurokikaze says:

    What a thing.

  2. Agent 86 says:

    I sure hope they paint in the details later, that plain design makes my brain hurt (it unconsciously knows something’s amiss)

    Also, did it ruin anyone else’s Mario experience when they realized that the bushes are just green clouds?

  3. Internet Marketing Company says:

    this was great, I think it is that part from the stage 1 where the secret invisible 1up is located.

  4. TharkLord says:

    There is such a beautifully elegant affinity between this and the Bayeux Tapestry.

  5. KnittingKel says:

    That is really interesting, I’m guessing it’s going to be a very long scarf. Do ya’ll have any plans to knit other games? It’s really going to look cool when you finish adding all of the details.

  6. Cassinator says:

    Hi there. I’m the person knitting the scarf. I plan on stitching in the details when the length is finished. I plan on adding a lot of fine details that would be hard to do with the size yarn/needles I’m working with.

  7. buddy66 says:

    You know, the great thing about a long life is that wonders never cease. I mean, what a jaw-dropping thing….

    Cave paintings? We will be known for our knitting.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Are you going to knit in the tube going down to the coin room?

  9. Trevel says:


    Are they, or are the clouds just white bushes?

  10. The Bus says:

    #2, #5: That’s quite Zen.

  11. danwarning says:

    yeah, this is the 1985 Bayeux Tapestry

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