There are some truly gorgeous works out there but I came across my first actual real life piece of crochet graffiti just outside a tourist information booth near to Frankston Beach (Melbourne).
Of course I had to take pictures of it although this garnered me some suspicious looks and people giving me wide berths. I can't blame them.
|Yarn Bomb at Frankston|
Of course my first thought was CROCHET!!!!. But my next more rational was of a cat suited hooker slinking in at night to silently crochet this into place.
Ok so it wasn't rational, but I did and am still wondering if they come and measure first, how they attach it, what a policeman would say if he caught the red handed? The mind boggles!
I'm now actively searching for yarn bombing but until I find some more then I will leave you with pictures of some of the most awe inspiring examples I've found on the web.
|From Leslie Molen's blog, From these hands|
|These great sun dresses were from http://www.flickr.com/photos/tofz4u/3570110069/ .|
And finally these last two that came from here.
|A very cosy tree.|
|Somehow makes me think of Dr Who|