I YARN BOMBED THIS NOTE BOOK & SLIPPED IT INTO MY MOTHERS BOOKSHELF.I COVERED A HARDCOVER NOTEBOOK WITH KNITTING & ADDED SOME BLUEBIRD BUTTONS FOR DECORATION.
KNITTING YARN TEA CAKES. THE YARN BOMBERS CHOICE
MACRAME YARN BOMBING IN PORT ADELAIDE.
THIS POLE HAS BEEN YARN BOMBED WITH THICK KNOTTED STRING.
THIS WHITE CORD IS EXCELLENT FOR YARN BOMBS BECAUSE IT WEATHERS VERY WELL.
THESE FANCY KNOTS HAVE A GREAT TEXTURE
I made this picture using an old picture that I painted over. I took a small round of crochet lace and glued it to the picture.
I took these two faded vintage prints & painted over them with acrylic paint. I used a clear craft glue to stick the crochet lace on. This is an easy & fun DIY project.
I DID SOME YARN BOMBING ON THIS TREE, A FEW SEASONS AGO. I WENT BACK TO REVISIT IT & DO ANY REPAIRS THAT MIGHT NEED DOING. IT HAS FADED A LITTLE BIT. I WILL PROBABLY CUT IT DOWN & REPLACE IT WITH A NEW SLEEVE OF KNITTING, IN A FEW MONTHS TIME, BEFORE IT GETS TOO TATTY.
These great yarn bombed rocks are crochet covered. These are beautiful Bruny Island rocks, collected & decorated in Tasmania by Sasha at Avalon art on Bruny Island.
Matching sweaters never go out of style! I found this photograph in a vintage movie magazine from the 1950’s.
Knitting needles at the ready! It’s time for some funky retro knit action.
I think this guy needs these yarn bombed headphones, from my previous yarn bombing post.
Knitting is da bomb, da yarn bomb.