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The Yarn Bomb Knit Bomb in Action

Hi guys! This is actually an overdue post already. I was contemplating for the longest time whether I’ll still post about this event, but since I want people to know what happened… here it is! 1,022 more words

Zinnia and the Bees!

I’m not a knitter. Nor a crocheter (besides some basics, which I learned just last winter). But the charming middle-grade novel Zinnia and the Bees… 187 more words

Stuff To Make

Healing Circles: Mandalas for Marinke Brunch Opening Reception | 11.5.17

Working on the first Mandalas for Marinke exhibition was such a special experience for us. Kathryn Vercillo of Crochet Concupiscence approached us with the proposition of turning her… 463 more words


Healing Circles Installation Day at Grab Bag!

After months of brainstorming, sorting mandalas, and stitching, installation day at Grab Bag Studio finally arrived! We were so excited to finally see all of our ideas manifested on the walls and in the windows of the studio space. 277 more words



As folk here knew, I’m one of the 57 contributors to the Ripple group-knit yarn bomb project, sponsored by the town’s art entities – the Arlington Commission on Arts and Culture, the Arlington Cultural Council, and… 457 more words


The Yarn Bomb Knit Bomb Event

Yarn bombing (n.) – An art of covering an object or structure in a public place with decorative knitted or crocheted pieces, as a form of street art. 594 more words