In many of my previous blog posts I have showcased photographs of the amazing yarn bombing work done in Port Adelaide and I thought it was time for a brief update.
The most exciting part about the mass yarn bombing of Port Adelaide is that the community loves it so much that people just keep adding to it. Random poles and Tree’s are being covered in knitting and crochet when one least expects it.
The original yarn bombings are still being enjoyed.
Even the local council seems to like the yarn bombing as they have opted to leave it intact.The local workers memorial statue has been wearing a knitted scarf and hat for several months now and no amount of wind or rain has damaged her yarn garments.
Thanks for that. I love a good yarn bomb.
This was mine: http://tucsoncitizen.com/art/tag/lee-koplin/
I love your tiki yarn bomb.
I did not know that you knew how to knit.
That is one thing I never learned – yet.
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I love the irony of “yarn bombing” in a place as warm as Adelaide. Although… I guess it is ‘winter’ at the moment…
…When summer comes around, the sight of all that wool is going to make skin crawl on those all-to-frequent 40+ degree days… which I think makes the whole idea even more interesting!
There has been some talk of yarn bombing the tree’s with crochet flowers in spring!
That’s a cool idea!