Now You Can Learn Anatomy From Dissected Knitted Creatures!


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If you have a visceral or ethical problem with animal dissection, then maybe Emily Stoneking’s artwork will help you learn about what makes animals tick without making you hurl or cry. If your memories of those high school classes are less than fond, she also has alien knit dissections as well.

Stoneking sells these knitted animals dissections on her aKNITomy Etsy shop, where she has a load of other educational knit projects as well. Take a look!

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And don’t forget, if you’re looking for a piece of original art to hang on your walls, check out artFido HERE!


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