Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Knit Bombing Suggestions From London




15 comments:

  1. Now there's something you don't see every day. Last year our local park was knit bombed with striped knitted tubes being placed around the trunks of a lot of the trees.

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  2. I find this yarn bombing fad wierd. But you can't knock them for making a business venture of it,

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  3. Very interesting fad, never heard of it until now.
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  5. Merry Christmas to you Rae.

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  6. What wonderful way to make the world a little warmer and softer!

    I have seen many a lamp post, tree trunk, even scaffoldings, wrapped that way, but never heard it called "knit bombing" around here.

    I came over here via Melbourne. I have friends who are from the Perth area and live in London. ;-)

    Happy New Year,
    Merisi

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  8. Too funny and love the knitwear everywhere:)

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  9. I am a knitter and crocheting and never like the yarn bombing stuff. It annoys me, I always think what a waste, the time, energy, money, and yarn could be used to make someone in need warmer. I know I'm in the minority, most people like it, think it's fun. The only ones I've seen that I gave a thumbs up to were scarves around statues with a note that said if you're cold take this scarf and keep warm...purposeful and artsy in my opinion.
    Sandy at Traveling Suitcase

    I have a charity Blog, dedicated to help the homeless through knitting and crocheting if you're interested it's <a href="http://homelessbridge.blogspot.com/<Sandy at Bridge and Beyond</a>

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  10. Hi Rae.. just wanted to let you know I thought about you this morning when we had so much fog.. made me remember all those gorgeous misty images you used to post from Perry Lakes and the vineyard.. so enjoyed seeing them. Hope all is well with you, lot's of traveling I'm guessing :)

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  12. Knit-bombing - what a great idea! The only problem is I can't knit - I wonder if cross-stitch bombing will ever take off.

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