June 11th is Yarn Bombing Day, a day set aside each year for all people who love fibre arts to have fun in a very public way. The participants often knit or crochet a covering for the pole holding up a traffic sign. Some will make a larger piece to cover a lamp post or a tree trunk. I have even seen people create woolen clothing to put on statues! It attracts a lot of attention from tourists and residents alike!
Are you seeing strange and mysterious appearances of yarn projects in public places where you live? You can add your pics to the list. You can also vote for which yarn bombing projects you like the best. Have fun!
Trees are a common target for yarn bombers, who will cover branches and even trunks in brightly colored panels. Here you can see some small pompoms are also hanging from the branches. I wonder what the birds and squirrels think of all this yarn? Do you suppose they like to unravel it to steal the wool for their nests?
In Limonar village near Torrevieja Spain they are very creative. Loves his village, it's like a real flower garden. See how they got to look roundabout before entering the village. Everything is woven crochet, to clothing chair and table. And plant pots too. You enter the village with a smile and cheerful mood.
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