Creepy Knitted Balaclavas From The 1970s Magazines

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The knitted balaclavas featured in this gallery are definitely not your average cable knit made with love by grandma, and the people who make these crazy pieces of knitwear clearly don’t take themselves too seriously. That’s kind of refreshing, isn’t it? So join the fun and have a laugh at some of the weirdest things to have ever happened to an innocent ball of yarn!

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Knitting and crocheting seem like fun hobbies, and some people are truly talented at creating funky handmade scarves, hats, sweaters, and so on. Yet like all things crafty, there’s always potential to step into the weird territory and create something that is a little less practical than it is hysterical. Case in point; remember these fabulously raunchy crafts from the 1970s? Probably not, but that’s why we are here to remind.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

Creepy knitted balaclavas were really popular in 1970s.

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  1. Clown Car Mechanic April 7, 2021

    These are just some of the parents of modern day Antifa members. Even the Democrat KKK is represented in the fist pic. Although #4 is the clowniest.

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    • Anonymous April 8, 2021

      It’s just Americans, all of them. Disturbed people in a disturbed country.

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    • I’d assume that “The Australian Women’s Weekly” does not have too much to do with America, neither South, Central or North.

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  2. Bum Bum the Clown April 8, 2021

    Worse than Scary Clowns

  3. Trunk monkey April 8, 2021

    Imagine robbing a bank with these.
    No need for guns!

  4. Anonymous April 8, 2021

    Ronald McDonald’s illigetimate children… 🤡

  5. Get rid of the ridiculous pom-pom on the top and I would totally wear one in a lucha libre cosplay.

  6. Well, the magazine covers are all dated in the 1960s, not the 1970s. Glad I didn’t live in the 60s.

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