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Adelaide pigs yarn bombed

A few months ago, Adelaide’s icons got dressed up.

There are plenty of yarn installations in Adelaide and with the Fringe coming up keep your eyes open around town.

Witnessed Up Close


“1,2,3,4,5..” La recuerdo contando, moviendo sus morenas manos con agilidad, deteniéndose de vez en cuando para hablar mientras alzaba su intensa mirada azul por encima de las gafas, sentada al fresco en verano con las vecinas, en el pollo de la puerta, o a la camilla en invierno, al calor del brasero. 575 more words


Urban Knitting in Lancashire

I’ve blogged before about urban knitting but it’s the first time I’ve seen it in Lancashire. In this example at a nursery school in the Rossendale Valley. 10 more words


Harvest Festival

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“It’s the time of year for Harvest Festivals and I wanted to create my own celebration of the fruits of the earth as well as think about the kind of fruits we might be growing ourselves” 18 more words


Yarn Bombing in Beautiful Blarney

When walking along the entrance to Blarney Castle, we came across some very interesting knitted pullovers on the trees, keeping them warm for the coming winter, and showing off the skills of some creative knitters. 192 more words


Yarn bombing the world

Ok, you crazy needle wielders out there!  For those of you who don’t know what yarnbombing is, here is the definition: Yarn bombing, yarnbombing, yarn storming, guerrilla knitting, kniffiti, urban knitting or graffiti knitting is a type of graffiti or street art that employs colorful displays of knitted or crocheted yarn or fiber rather than paint or chalk.   317 more words


Bicyclical Semiramisian

Quisquilia: Lib. nov. is to be found here.

The so-called Hanging Gardens have plants above ground, and are cultivated in the air, with the roots of the trees above the tilled earth, forming a roof. 78 more words