I yarn bombed this old rocking chair with my sister in law & now it brightens up her front porch.

 We used scrap wool & nylon ribbon to cover this chair & warm it for winter.

This old fashioned fence post has been yarn bombed with knitted scraps and a crochet hat.This flamingo has been seen around the local park wearing stunning knitted leg warmers and neck warmer.

A tiny piece of yarn bombing being sewn to a pole.

A piece of yarn bombing on the fence of my house.

I yarn bombed this pole in Port Adelaide with a piece of knitting sprinkled with old buttons.

Here are some pictures of my colourful button collection which I enjoy sewing on my yarn bombed works and various craft projects. I love the colours and textures.Vintage buttons are a small treasure which crafters like myself love. Craft items are a satisfying study in photography.

9 thoughts on “KNITTING The POLAROID

  1. stitchedupmama

    I love buttons too – my mum used to let us play with the jars of buttons she saved, so that could be the reason! Love the rocking chair. ‘ve got one in the bedroom … hmmm, maybe it could do with some creative crochet! <=)

    1. yarnbomb Post author

      I highly recommend you get the rocking chair out of the spare room & do some crochet! This chair is more comfortable to sit in now it’s covered in knitting

      1. L. Palmer

        At some point I’ll have to do a post on my duct tape jacket, tool belt, and guitar. Bags and purses are handy, and can be cute, but they’re only the beginning of the ridiculous things you can make with duct tape and a little bit of card board.

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