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the KWH iPad Show #7 💜 my birthday yarn stash

Hello & Welcome
to my 7th episode of the
KWH iPad Show!

Today’s feature is the frill of the yarn . . .
which I’ve draped dreamily to decorate the… 389 more words

Knitting Fun

"Five stories, five photos” #1

Hello friends and readers,

Hope your weekend had gone by well… I’ve been kept busy with craft classes to teach and to be honest, I’ve not had any free time on hand to craft lately. 109 more words

My Craft Stories

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Hey there everyone! After this week's "victorian lamb cake" reblog-turned-blog-post kerfuffle, I needed to give the ol' reblogging thing a re-try. So here is our first dandelion of the year, together with a pretty little sentiment about dandelions from "Wisher" at Pretty Little Things in a Box :) As well, it ties-in with my next fun post about backyard yarn bombing... And sheep like to eat dandelions too, right?!? Now if you'll excuse me a moment... I'll be outside plucking wishes ;) Enjoy! :) ♥ <3

Plane sprints & yarn bombs 

  It’s been a whirlwind week since we got back. We only JUST GOT BACK though.

I don’t miss traffic jams, that’s for sure. 253 more words


Colour the Cold: yarn bombing brightens up the park

I do love to see tastefully yarn-bombed trees and structures in civic spaces, particularly after leaf fall in late autumn. These were in Dunkeld, the town that sits prettily at the base of the southern Grampians.


Get Ready for Donny’s Largest #YarnBomb Spectacular #Doncasterisgreat

This June get ready for Doncaster’s first major yarn bomb project in conjunction with DNweekeND. Whether you’re a newbie knitter or a crochet expert this is your chance to bring something unique to bright-up the drabest day. 289 more words

Yarn bombing

We would like to be able to yarn bomb our 1st July garden party and members have already started creating flowers and ropes from yarn…along with pom pom monsters! 62 more words

Bath WI

Street Art: Expression through Origami, Yarn Bombing and Wheat Pastes

Art is always expanding; its methods of display are constantly shifting and morphing, its materials ever challenging and redefining what we as observers think and understand about expression and the world around us. 816 more words