Reverse Knitting

A small ball of yarn unravels.


Bad Black Cat, bad.


Pick up all those little fuzzy pieces you darn cat.


Oh well, at least there were no worries about shrapnel.



  • Alan Sailer 3y

  • legovaughan 3y

    Looks like *KABOOM!!* but is probably more like *kafluff*. =)
  • Isabella Pirastu 3y

    :-))) wow
  • 3y

    A different sort of clean up issue... Wool, who would have thought of blowing that up? Works well, you have timed it just right.
  • carl jones 71 3y

    nice 1 alan, very colourfull.
  • Eric Dupuis 3y

    this is so wild!
  • Alan Sailer 3y


    The fine fuzz from the yarn is a zero issue clean-up wise.

    The much more painful are ceramics (sharp), gelatin (mucky), food (rats), candy (sticky/rats).

    I have not and will not explode lipstick/chap-stick. They were the all time worse targets.

  • Alan Sailer 3y


    Nice of you to say.

    In this case (as in many others) I walk around stores looking for cheap stuff to blow up.

    Extra point if it looks easy to clean up.

  • Ole Mikael Sørensen 3y

    Indeed an explosion of color :-)
  • Salamo~Mk 3y

    This is fantastic ...simply creative !!!
    Is blowing up an egg too impractical to do? :O

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  • Namelas Frade 3y

    wonderful picture indeed
  • Jessica_Peterson 2y

    this is the first one I saw, someone shared it on Facebook. Very very the colors. At first sight, I thought it was a painting. It would be pretty crazy to see a slow motion movie of this!
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