Siren Elise Wilhelmaen, a young Norway-based designer prides herself on creating concepts and designs for products, furniture and installations that have an eire of sustainability and humour to them. The knitting clock and knitting grandfather clock were created in 2010 out of wood, wool and acrylic glass. The clocks knit a single stitch, and are working 24 hours a day to produce a 6 foot (2m) long scarf after 365 days. Wilhelmaen measures time in volume, instead of numerals like most clocks. For each half and whole hour, the needle is busy making a stitch until at the end of the day, an entire line has been knitted.
The scarf can be “carried out i the future, while the upcoming year is hiding in a new spool of threat, still unknown”.