Well I haven't done much of anything with yarn in this last week, so instead I'm posting some 'old pics'.
Over the last few years, I've found my 'niche' in K4BN...joining donated squares into blankets ready to be handed out to the needy. And sometimes I like to have a bit of fun when I take photos to share with other members of Knitting for Brisbane's Needy. ( I also like to take photos so that the donors of the squares can see how important their knitted or crocheter squares are in providing blankets for those who would otherwise be cold.)
I call it 'yarn bombing', but by the definition of Magda Sayeg, the 'founder/inventor' of yarn bombing, strictly speaking my version isn't...but that's never stopped me! Lol.
Magda describes yarn bombing as...'When you take knitted or crocheted material out into the urban environment, graffiti style or more specifically, without permission and unsanctioned'.
Another definition that I once found by 'googling' was...'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, back to my attempts at yarn bombing; I drape the blankets over railings or furniture...anywhere at my house where I can display them for photos.
Over the railing on the front verandah...