Design Green Design This Clock Knits a Scarf and Tells the Time By Bonnie Alter Writer University of Toronto Bonnie Alter covered the sustainability and design scene for TreeHugger in London and the UK. our editorial process Bonnie Alter Updated October 11, 2018 ©. Miriam Lehnart Share Twitter Pinterest Email Design Tiny Homes Architecture Interior Design Green Design Urban Design © Miriam Lehnart 365 KNITTING CLOCK Everyone has been writing about the rocking chair that knits you a hat, but what about a clock that will knit you a scarf? Of course it does take a year, which could be a long wait if you are feeling cold... © Miriam LehnartIt's the creation of Siren Elise Wilhelmsen, a Norwegian artist who makes functional and sustainable design with personality and a sense of humour. © Miriam Lehnart The clock knits 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and at the end of the year you will have a 2 metre long scarf, in mustard yellow wool. © Miriam Lehnart First noted in psfk, she explains her concept: 365 is stitching the time as it passes by. It is knitting 24 hours a day and one year at the time, showing the physical representation of time as a creative and tangible force. After 365 days the clock has turned the passed year into a 2-m long scarf. Now the past can be carried out in the future and the upcoming year is hiding in a new spool of thread, still unknitted.