First up is "Regretsy", a site "where DIY meets WTF". There are just some really "interesting" crafts on there. I'm not going to repeat some of the comments posted, and I really admire Sally Ives for taking it like a woman: "Feel so 'honoured', an item of mine was finally featured on 'Regretsy': http://www.regretsy.com/2010/10/22/kelly-is-such-a-bitch/ Thankfully, they didn't say it was a hideously ugly piece, and I did laugh--their comment is pretty much why the face is blanked out!"
Then there's this crochet posting that my brother-in-law came across while checking in on his favorite auto site:
Olek, a Brooklyn based artist, just closed her installation, "Knitting is for Pus****" in which she swaddled a host of everyday objects in vividly colored crochet. Everything from bicycles to televisions and living, breathing people got the yarn treatment, including a plaster remake of a 1959 Morris Minor.
Ok, so go have fun wasting some time on the 'net!