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Bancroft 'yarn bombers' knit tribute to Canada's soldiers

A group of knitters and crocheters from Bancroft, Ont., “yarn bombed,” the Const. Thomas Kehoe Memorial Bridge Sunday, affixing around 2,000 knitted poppies to the structure. 264 more words


In which I venture to see the knitted poppies of Walsham 

By chance, I saw via Facebook that the village of Walsham le Willows has decorated its beautiful church with hundreds of knitted and crocheted poppies for Remembrance Day. 175 more words

Discovering Perth County!

We have a confession to make.  At first we thought Perth, ON and Perth County, ON were one and the same.  We quickly realized we were mistaken and that the two are no where close to one another. 765 more words


The Cosy Kiosk

I’d heard of photo bombing but yarn bombing was a new one on me.  Also known as yarn storming this is a guerilla art-form in which secret groups of knitters and crochet-ers surreptitiously enyarn (to coin a phrase), public spaces or objects. 280 more words

On beyond yarn-bombing ~

Yarn-bombing taken to a whole new level: an octopus clinging to a tree trunk (and this is only one of several!)! What next?


Pant y Dwr is Yarnbombed

Postman Pat guarding the post box.

In progess!

Nearly there…

The St Harmon WI and the Pant y Dwr craft group have been working hard. This is just a taste of what’s been done. 27 more words


This Artist Uses Yarn to Create Amazing 3D Letters on Chain Link Fences

Minnesota-based installation artist Eric Rieger aka HOT TEA, uses yarn in a variety of creative and colorful ways. In an ongoing series of street artworks, Rieger uses yarn on chain link fences to create amazing 3D letters of his moniker. 303 more words