Friday, 29 April 2016
An Estonian man is knitting the world's largest flag for the centenary of the Estonian Republic
Valtrik Pihl, an Helsinki-based construction worker originally from Paide is currently creating a unique gift to celebrate Estonia's 100th birthday in 2018 - a huge 160 square metre flag. Each day Pihl knits three rows of the flag with each row taking an hour and a hour to complete. It is estimated that 4000 euros will be spent on yarn.
To read more about this fascinating story, please click here: estonian-man-knitting-worlds-largest-flag-countrys-centenary/ & EV100.Valtrik Pihl
Posted by Tania Lestal