babies + yarnbombing

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 cottonscrochet wash cloth + photo frame - stitchedupmama 2013

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 –

on a mission

the mission: knit/crochet squares or rectangles (25 cm wide, ties added)

the purpose: yarnbomb a St. Marys landmark on 1 + 2 June

the event: Wrapped in St Marys 2013

stitchedupmama’s efforts so far –

stitchedupmama - yarnbombing 1

stitchedupmama - yarnbombing 2

 

partners in crime

Yarnbombers unite!

Stitchedupmama has 6 accomplices so far, but would love some more … all you need to do is knit or crochet squares measuring 25 cm x 25 cm in any colour or pattern you like. Rectangles are OK too, but they must be 25 cm wide. Add ties on the corners and you’re done!

Any takers? We are planning to decorate a certain  landmark in St. Marys, Tasmania. Should be fun!

Here are some of my yarnbombing pics from last year:

And this is a link to the event, Wrapped in St Marys, just in case you want to find out more!