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[launch party @ jumpers and jazz in july, warwick art gallery, qld – note yarn bombing and small child enjoying the music]
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[‘secrets’ in new position; ian helping to install ‘tied’; ‘tied’ complete; ‘roses are blue’ with red ‘violet’ garlands – a visual pun]
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when i first made this for the street art component of our
event, it looked like this – wrapped in st marys
then i decided to add red flowers, so now it looks like this –
and guess what?
if roses are blue, does that mean violets are red?
[photos by rita summers and wendy fowler]
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being my usual subversive crocheting self is a lot of fun, but i do have a more serious side
i came across some lovely patterns for babies and decided i had to make them
this decision also provided a solution to the problem of using up my stash of crochet cottons
the wash cloth came from a book called
cute and easy crochet (Nicki Trench); the photo frame pattern can be found here
of course, the yarnbombing continues as i repurpose some UFO’s (UnFinished Objects) to decorate some trees –
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Tagged babies, baby, craft, crochet, frame, graffiti, photo, rita summers, stitchedupmama, tasmania, yarnbombing |