Spotlight: Clock Knits Scarfs While Counting Down the Hours

It only takes about one year before this green-oriented scarf is ready

  Innovative clock knits you a scarf while counting down the hours
Some people are willing to wait for months on end before the latest gadget or fashion is up for sale.

Some people are willing to wait for months on end before the latest gadget or fashion is up for sale.

Because of this, it need not come as such a big surprise that there might be some people who would agree to have their new scarf knitted by a clock in roughly one year. 

More so if these people are quite fond of environmental protection.

Tree Hugger
says that this green-oriented clock has been developed by a Norwegian artist named Siren Elise Wilhelmsen, who strongly believes in designing and manufacturing objects that perform more than one task at the same time.

Apparently, the scarf knitted by one such clock in 12 months' time will be about 2 meters long, and there are few who can argue against the fact that this is more than enough to keep one warm during the winter season.

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