This was in the Oregonian today.
Here’s the contents of the paragraph pointing to the sweater:
“Althea Crome of Indiana knit a starry sweater and teensy striped five-finger gloves for Coraline. Crome knits with needles not much thicker than a human hair. It takes her anywhere from six weeks to design and knit her conceptual sweaters. Some have complete scenes on tiny pullovers and cardigans. See her work at bugknits.com.”
She even lives in Bloomington! See Althea Crome in action in the video in the next post.