A yarn bomb is form of street art where yarn in any form (knit, crochet, latch hook, cross stitch, amigurumi, or simply wrapped) is attached to an object in the public environment.
So technically my efforts aren't true to the definition as it was at my home, not a 'public environment, but I did cover something with yarn that had been crocheted or knitted.
I had been steadily joining donated squares into blankets for Knitting for Brisbane's Needy and just as steadily I was neatening off ends. On Sunday morning, ostensibly all the blankets were finished, ready to hand over at the Scarborough Knit and Natter on Monday.
I normally take a photo of the completed items so the donors of the squares can see their handiwork. I decided to drape all the folded blankets over the railing of our front veranda. It took a while but eventually all 16 blankets were in place.
Then I went downstairs with the camera to get some shots...DH trimmed some plants that were a bit high too...
Here is the collage I made with the photos...one photo is of the whole row and then I took a photo of each of the 3 sections of the railings.
But my biggest 'wow moment' was when Jenny King left a lovely comment about my efforts on Anissa's post. For those who don't know her, Jenny King is an Australian designer and crochet pattern writer. She has also entered the US crochet scene as well.