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YARN BOMBING FOR BUDDHA & THE PINK KNITTED SCARF

yarn bombing buddhabuddha yarn bombingbuddha in a yarn bomb scarf 1My mother has this lovely Buddha statue standing serenely by her front door. The winter came & I was doing some yarn bombing around the neighbourhood, so I decided to knit Buddha a pink scarf.yarn bomb pole yarn bomb treesYarn bombing keeps trees, poles & statues warm and colourful in any season.crochet lace yarn bomb

YARN BOMBING THE KNITTED TREE IN MY CRAFT GARDEN

Autumn in South Australia is here & it’s time to get my house & garden ready for winter, so of course I’m yarn bombing everything in sight, to give it a warm feeling.yarn bomb tree jumper yarn bomb tree with a jumper 2 yarn bomb tree with a jumperThis tree is on my front fence line & was actually dead when I moved into my house. A lot of people told me to cut the tree down but I decided just to trim it back & plant my garden around it. I have yarn bombed one of the main branches with a cream coloured knit. I am planning to adorn the tree with more yarn bombing and some wind chimes over the next few months.

YARN BOMBING ON BRUNY ISLAND

yarn bombing bruny island 2I yarn bombed these two trees while I was on holiday on Bruny Island Tasmania. I started knitting on the plane on the way to Tasmania and kept on knitting during my holiday, as I find knitting and craft activities very relaxing.yarn bombing tasmania 1This yarn bomb was done on private property with permission. One of the great things about these trees is that they can be seen from the road, so anybody driving down this dirt track can enjoy this semi bush yarn bombing.yarn bombing bruny island 3This yarn bombing is street art on a country road. Not a lot of dirt tracks have this kind of colourful yarn bomb tree street art.

 

YARN BOMBING TREE’S MAKE GREAT STREET ART

You can yarn bomb with crochet with knitting, old blankets or jumpers. As long as it’s colourful and fun and done with care yarn bombing will spice up and warm up any neighbourhood.It doesn’t have to cost a lot to knit a tree warmer if you use vintage wool from the thrift store or even an old unpicked jumper.Is this tree up for lease? I’ll take it.Anybody can take a crack at yarn bombing including girls & boys, kids & grownups alike.It’s fun to knit craft & sew & it’s always nice to snap a colourful photograph when it’s done.