Wool you believe it? Check out this unique knitted house that's going on a tour of the UK to raise money for sick children.
The life-size Gingerbread House is made of millions of stitches knitted by hundreds of people across the world. The floor and walls are all knitted.
Fancy a cup of tea? Shame it's knitted! The house has knitted furniture including beds, a dresser, chairs, pictures and a table.
The fruit is even knitted! And, what's in the garden? Knitted flowers of course! It's raised £20,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, on its tour so far.
The house was the brainchild of knitting fan Alison Murray, from Bideford, Devon, and is now off to Brighton, Glasgow, Birmingham and Liverpool.