Cromwell’s Pretty Pink Bonnet

Today (11th June) is international yarn bombing day so prompted by The Treblemaking Hookers  Death Hat challenge I made a pretty pink bonnet for a statue of Oliver Cromwell that.. ahem.. graces our town centre. “Why Cromwell?” I hear you cry, frankly because my mum has told me I MUST yarn bomb him and I am a…

Curiouser and curiouser

As some of you will already know I live in Warrington, Cheshire, a place with (oddly) quite a few “celebratory” connections and one that plays a big part is the Revd Charles Lutwidge Dodgson better known as Lewis Carrol as he was born in Daresbury, we even have a statue in the town centre I remember when…

Last year’s yarn bombing

As part of a celebration of international yarn bomb day encouraged by the Treble making hookers I bombed our local park, I chose the park because we had just had a new play areal built and there was a grand opening happening the next week.       With the help of Baby Bro and Mr…

SO I carried on yarn bombing

Last week I tried to write a quick post about yarn bombing in preparation for my next one and it got a touch out of hand and turned in to a full piece about my first yarn bombing, so now I will tell you all about my second yarn bombing, it was nothing as big…

So what is yarn bombing then?

OK, so this was supposed to be a quick summery of my past yarn bombing, but after writing the first one up it looks like this is going to be too too long for one post so I’ll do them all individually.   Yarn bombing is the act of decorating a public place with yarn…