some knit bombing fruit after a wild night partyingOur World Tuesday
Monday, October 3, 2011
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These are awesome!
These photos are making me smile...and chuckle. ;))
Funny post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
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Real fun images.
Fun photos! Thanks for sharing!
What a giggle. I'm going to send this link to my cousin who knits a lot of wonderful things.
Kay, Alberta, Canada
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Lottsa wine consumed, I'd guess!
How funny and how delightful! A whole lot of color and giggles in your part of the world! Love your captures and thanks for the smiles!
Weird, awesome and spectacular! An interesting and fun post!
I love it! Where was this?
This was in Stratford. I found then last week when I went to see Twelfth Night.
How absolutely wonderful. Just imagine people taking the time to knit these things. It is an amazing feat. And then to unselfishly hang them up outside to be exposed to the elements. That's really something.
usually, these knit bombings are just lamp posts and trees and other round objects covered in knitting that looks like long scarves. I wish I'd had time to find out if there were more of them around town.
Knit Bombings! That's a new concept to me - and one that makes me smile. Thanks so much.
What a funny idea and quite pretty too. Maybe knitting isn't such a bad thing after all.
That's enough to make anyone smile! Oh so well spotted.
Wow love the knitting grapes, very beautiful.
Oh, I love knitting guerrillas who make me smile. Lovely shots!
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