What can I say about this?
Well, first, I said, “What the??” Then, “Ha! It’s knitting!… No, wait – crochet? Hmmm. Not sure.”
It reminds me of a child’s mobile of the solar system. How fun is that?
Either way, how did they do this? I bet it was a lot of work. What a delight to come across along a public street!
I couldn’t NOT smile, so I smiled – a lot 🙂
It just happened to be there one day. Then it was gone the next time I walked by.
Kudos to those folk for sharing their playful spirit with me.
I like it.
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10 thoughts on “Yarn Bomb”
Cool, I would have been smiling too!
I love the yarn bomb. I’m sure it was more beautiful than the ugly gray railing.
Awww Why did they take it down!
The school took it down because it’s not in their best interest to have “graffiti” around. I think they were just upset I didn’t ask first.
Some graffiti stays up around that area for quite a while, so, it’s a pity that security got to your project so quickly….
f.y.i. a blog follower posted a link to your blog on her Facebook after reading my post…. that lead to some positive comments there, also 🙂 “…Yes very cool – I spent about an hour on the weekend viewing his pictures, wanted to send him a email but couldn’t figure out where to contact him or even comment on some of his pictures. Sure do wish I had known about him after my mom passed away, she had bags & bags of wool that I would have gladly passed on to him for his crazy fun projects!!!”
Love it – what a shame that it was removed!
Knitters call it yarnbombing.
Wow. I am so glad that you liked it! And these shots are amazing! And you are right, it is both knit and crochet. I had some people help me out with this one. I am so glad that people in town actually got to see it and take pictures. Thank you for the love!
I love it…my daughter(age 6) and I are into textile arts and I was delighted to share these photos with her
I’m glad you got a kick out of it 🙂 Doesn’t it get the imagination going? What project will you do?