Kitten knitting

This floorboard has a checkered history. It is a 100+ years old and originally was the floor in an old Federation house in Hornsby. The house was demolished in 1980. The floor was cut out of the house as it was demolished, with a chainsaw, then loaded on a car trailer and towed by a Datsun 1000 to Thirlmere with some scarey moments. The floor panels became a temporary floor under a tent, while building our home. After that it became our shed floor where this knitting kitten happily supervises the work carried out in the shed today. The knot became the starting canvas for Kitten Knitting. By adding the ball of wool, tangled in the kitten's paws and in the garment on the needles completed the composition.

Collections: Animals

Category: animal, wood

Vendor: Arikai Reverse Art