Happy Presidents Day!

Happy Presidents Day!

A George Washington wig and an Abraham Lincoln hat and beard adorn fence posts around the Old Burying Ground in Harvard Square.

Washington, profile

Washington, portrait

Lincoln Hat and Beard

P.S. – Did you know that Alabama doesn’t celebrate Presidents Day in honor of Washington and Lincoln’s birthdays? They celebrate Washington and Jefferson.

Thanksgiving Yarnbomb

Thanksgiving Yarnbomb

Knit pilgrim hat, bonnet, and Indian headband placed on statues in Seven Hills Park, Davis Square. Somerville, MA.

Thanksgiving Yarnbomb

Thanksgiving Yarnbomb

All pieces are original designs. The pilgrim bonnet and Indian feather patterns are available for free in the Patterns section.

Halloween Pumpkin Heads

Pumpkin Head Halloween Yarnbomb

Halloween Pumpkin Heads

Halloween Pumpkin Heads

Placed on statues in Seven Hills Park, Davis Square.
Somerville, MA.

Free pattern available in the Patterns section.

Arcade Coin

Arcade Coin Yarnbomb

Arcade Coin Yarnbomb, Closer

Arcade Coin Yarnbomb, Detail

Placed on a giant arcade game console in Omaha NE.

Bike Lock #7 + Tag

Bike Lock #7 + Tag

Tangle Was Here tag

Bike Lock #7 + Tag

A tiny crochet bike lock ornament adorns the front of a bicycle on this piece. A “Tangle Was Here” tag is placed along with it.

Placed on one of the “Bike Blast Art Project” bike racks, just under the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge in Omaha, NE.

Shout Out!

Someone at My Modern Met recently posted Yarn Bombs (26 Clever and Cool Examples), and I’m quite flattered to have two of my pieces make the list! The St. Patrick’s Day and Easter yarnbombs were certainly two of my favorites, and I’m so thrilled they’re still being enjoyed around the internet.

Check out the full post to see all 26 great yarnbombing selections!

Bike Lock #6 – Halifax, NS

Bike Lock #6 - Halifax, Nova Scotia

Bike Lock #6 - Halifax, Nova Scotia

Bike Lock #6 - Halifax, Nova Scotia

I’m not sure whether the long winters or the steep hills are to blame for the lack of bike racks in Halifax, but this parking meter right out front of local yarn shop The Loop made a perfect spot for this yarnbomb.

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