Crochet is such a versatile craft you can crochet a blanket a tea cosie or even a tree cosie.
I spotted this great yarn bomb tree cosie when I was taking a stroll through Port Adelaide. The vintage buttons look fantastic with the bright yarn and textured tree bark. I also picked up some great vintage crochet blankets from Port Adelaide Vinnies thrift store and they look great in my house as wall hangings and throw rugs.
I love decorating with yarn and felt toys and this little toy is something that I hand stitched when I was on holiday in a caravan and now it’s stuck to the front front door.
I love crafting on my holidays because I find it so relaxing. I sewed this little felt toy while I was on a family holiday at christmas. The buttons make great eyes although they are probably not safe for children under three but since I’m in my thirties I think I can manage not to swallow the buttons.
Yarn bombed crossing poles have been springing up around Port Adelaide.
Some surprisingly colourful yarn bombing has been brightening up the poles out front of some of the shops in Port Adelaide. The whole community is passionate about street craft or street art.
It’s amazing how many new yarn bombs have been quietly sewn onto poles in the night.
poles are the perfect canvas for yarn bombers who utilise knitting, crochet, pom-poms and even buttons.
Striped yarn bomb poles, patch work poles, blue poles, red poles and rainbow coloured poles are flooding the world of friendly street art.
Yarn bombing is a great subject for photography whether snapped with camera or phone.
If you want to try your hand at yarn bombing and you don’t have the time to knit then you can sew a scarf to a pole or tie one around a mail box, pole or tree.
These yarn bombed pillars look rather majestic.
The yarn bombed tree’s in Port Adelaide have been garnering a lot of attention and the local children love them so much that they have been making pom-poms to hang on them.
This lovely tree is yarn bombed with delicate crochet by a mystery street artist who was inspired by the Port Adelaide yarn bombing crew headed by auntie Pearl.
This tree has a little peep hole to look out on the world with.
This tree has been yarn bombed with strategic colours that match the fence behind it and it seems perfect for photography.
These yarn bombed tree’s are swathed in multi-coloured knitting.
Yarn bombing in Port Adelaide has really taken off in popularity and it’s even becoming a bit of a tourist attraction. On weekends lots of people are seen wandering about with cameras and big smiles.
Our local yarn bombing has even made it to the paper, the 5 o’clock news and the ABC radio did an interview with auntie Pearl.
Theres even a tree covered in the local Port Power football team colours.
The autumn leaves set off the colours of the yarn perfectly and come spring there could be some lovely yarn blossoms.
Street art and craft meld perfectly when it comes to yarn bombing.
This yarn bombed rocking horse has been getting around town. The horse was spotted rocking out over the queens birthday long weekend at Jackalope gallery in Port Adelaide.
These window boxes out the front of Jackalope have been beautifully yarn bombed.
Random acts of yarn bombing just keep on happening on Lipson st Port Adelaide.
I think this knit bomb bike overstayed it’s 2 hour parking limit.
Lipson st is clean and warm thanks to a group of mystery craft enthusiasts, knitters and crochet street artists.
The corner pub has even caught the knitting bug.
And local shoppers just can’t get enough of this yarn bombing craze. People have been flocking to Port Adelaide to check out the knitted world of the port.
Photography is a popular pastime around Port Adelaide and no wonder when there are so many bright and wonderful things to point a camera at.
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The colourful yarn bombing of Port Adelaide has had such a great reaction that the yarn fairies have resumed knitting in a bid to warm the Port for the winter months.
The bike racks in Lipson st look like rainbows.
Lipson st in Port Adelaide is the place to go to see colourful yarn bombing, have a cup of tea and even visit the maritime museum.
There’s so much yarn bombing going up in Lipson st that I’m half expecting to find a knitted blanket covering the entire st next time I visit.
Jane Lane is no sleepy little lane! Check out the Yarn Bombing!
The fluffy bike rack outside of the Port Adelaide visitors centre is practical and soft to the touch.
Art and craft is alive in Port Adelaide.
Active Art studios on Vincent st have even yarn bombed their window
Even our local MP has been yarn bombed.
If you like photography head on down to the port and take a few photographs of the yarn bombing and keep an eye on this space for more yarn bomb updates.