Lambs are a great love and inspiration fora young designer from Holland Christien Meindertsma. The girl makes knit carpets and pouffes, as a rule, of impressive size with her own hands on huge knitting needles. Wool, from which pouffes and carpets are connected,sheared with sheep, which is kept by Shristien herself. The girl personally watches how shear her beloved animals, then collects all the cropped wool and makes her own yarn from her by the old technology, with a thickness of a small rope. Then, armed with knitting needles of an unusually large size, knits woolen puffs, knitted carpets, armchairs and other cozy pieces of furniture and interior. The most favorite creations of the designer arewoolen knitted carpets of various sizes and colors. It is interesting that the girl calls them installations, since they can and should be admired, and not only used for their intended purpose. I think that this definition can be attributed to all the rest of knitted furniture by Shristien Meindertsma. To create carpets, the designer uses huge needles 1.2 meters long each. Knitting one large carpet may require the wool of eighteen sheep. But the result is a very interesting and cozy thing, reminiscent of a grandmother bound by a scarf. Also, Shristien Meindertsma is known for its thrustto the study of raw materials and products. In 2004, she released her first book, "Checked Baggage", which featured pictures of items confiscated at the airport checkpoint. And in 2007 the second book "PIG 05049" was published, devoted to the research of connections between raw materials, suppliers and consumers of products. Well, while we still admire the knitted carpets and woolen padded stools. Such woolen puffs will make any house very cozy and warm. Video with the story of Christien Meindertsma about himself, his work and philosophy.