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This weeks blog post is a follow up on a community yarn bombing project that I have been following on Bruny Island Tasmania. These colourful knitted and crocheted, yarn bombs where produced by a group of highly talented crafters, who are part of an elderly citizens respite group called BIRCH. 34 more words



The ladies from Bruny Island Respite House BIRCH have been doing some great yarn bombing in the Jane Finn room at the Bruny Island Health Centre in Alonnah on Bruny Island, Tasmania. 94 more words

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First Ever Yarn Bomb Successful!

Alright folks! My first ever yarn bomb has been completed!

I went last night, around 10:30 pm, and scoped out my site. Being extremely nervous, I dressed in black pants, a black sweater, a purple t-shirt, and a knit beanie. 161 more words

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What Drives People to Yarn Bomb?

It is a question that I have been pondering lately, and one that I have been trying to answer for myself.

Some of My Own Answers: 212 more words

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Rejoice! The Hook Has Been Found!

After many trials and tribulations, and tearing the living room apart, my beloved crochet hook has been found.  It somehow got wedged between the couch cushions of the… 63 more words

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Well, Now I've Done It! Argh!

While crocheting the lovely sign cozy in the previous post this morning, I went and lost my hook! There was a mail carrier at the door with a package, and as I set down my crochet on the blanket, and went to stand up, a small ping was heard. 31 more words

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It's starting!

Well, here goes!

My first street sign cozy!

I am using Lion Brand Amazing in Ruby, with a 5.5mm hook. Loads of autumnal colors. The fiber content is 53% wool, and 47% acrylic. 133 more words

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