God is quite crafts(man?). He made everything! Sometimes when I knit or crochet I start to think about that. It's pretty cool that God knits too!
Probably the most famous verse that mentions God knitting is this one:
Psalm 139:13 "For you created my inmost being;
you knit me together in my mother’s womb.
Not only does God knit, He is also a potter
Job 10:9 "Remember that you molded me like clay.
Will you now turn me to dust again?
Did you not pour me out like milk
and curdle me like cheese,
clothe me with skin and flesh
and knit me together with bones and sinews?
Isaiah 64:8 "Yet you, Lord, are our Father.
We are the clay, you are the potter;
we are all the work of your hand.
And Jesus, God's son, who was fully man and fully God learned the trade of carpentry.
Knowing what it takes to knit a shawl, or a stocking, or a hat, it is amazing to think of all of the work God put into creating the universe, and the even more specialized work he has put into each person in the past, present, and future on this planet!
Even though the verses that refer to God knitting or molding clay are essentially describing God creating something and not literally using yarn or clay (though he did create Adam from dust) I still think it's amazing to have been blessed a talent that is, in some small way, similar to the way God does His work.
Knitting, for a person, is something that takes patience, the right tools, and carefully following a pattern in order to turn out right. Often I will make a mistake and have to rip out row after row or even start over again. Sometimes I'll even get tired of a project and it can sit on a shelf in my closet for years before I pick it up again!
I am so glad that a perfect God is in control of His creation. He doesn't make mistakes and he never gets tired of working on us. Sometimes, in our sinful nature we will make a mistake, and God so patiently and lovingly will unravel us to the point where we see that we need Him to do the work, and we need to follow his pattern that was perfectly planned for us from the beginning of time.