British knitters and crocheters replicate townThe project is known as Briswool and more than 100 knitters and crocheters took part in the construction of a replica of the city of Bristol found in the Paper Village crafts shop in Bedminster.

The wooly town includes all the major landmarks of the original, such as the Clifton Suspension Bridge, the cathedral, city hall and the zoo, complete with a crocheted crocodile.

Of course the craft store also has a place in the replica, which from the pictures looks to be largely crocheted, but it’s still beautiful and awesome.

Click through to the Daily Mail site to see more great pictures. Amazing work!

[Photo by Adam Gray via the Daily Mail.]

By Sarah White


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