One of my motorcycle buddies, Rachael, has a knack for finding weird stuff on the road. She's the muse who led me to The Flying Pig.
Rachael just said on her blog there's a yarn-bombed tree on Long Island. The tree, covered with brightly-colored crocheted yarn, is at a local museum in Stony Brook. (I visited that museum last year and saw a fascinating exhibition about 18th century slavery in New York State.) By coincidence, the yarn artist has the same last name as me.
I rode out and visited the site today. Here are some pics...
That is so cool!!! I love Yarnbombing! The tree looks so cosy!ReplyDelete
That is amazing! I would love to see a tree done like that here!ReplyDelete
What fun! I wonder how they get that on the tree so well. Could you see where it was tied on?ReplyDelete
I couldn't see how they did it. It seemed seamless.Delete
That is so beautiful, Ally! Thank you for sharing. xxxReplyDelete
That is amazing! Did the crochet it right onto the tree?? It fits so perfectly.ReplyDelete
Karen @ For What It's Worth
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Wow this is the biggest crochet I have seen , it's so beautiful.ReplyDelete
Woah! That's some serious crochet work! Amazing!!ReplyDelete