Yarnbombing Part 1

Okay, so the first part of my project has been installed, and I am over the moon. I spent three hours sitting on the damp mulch behind this bench sewing the covers for the slats, and it was totally worth it. People walking by were so excited about it, I had tons of questions and everyone was so incredibly nice. It just makes me so happy.

I will probably have some more updates tomorrow, and then the project will be finished and I get my life back! I’m just hoping that this weather keeps up. Rain and yarn don’t mix that well.
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14 thoughts on “Yarnbombing Part 1

  1. clothmonkey says:

    Reblogged this on clothmonkey and commented:
    I absolutely love this 🙂 🙂 so simple but so lovely….. had to share!

  2. Eeek! It’s lovely!! 🙂 I adore the rainbow-ey colours you used, too!

  3. Amanda says:

    What a wonderful idea! That park bench has never looked better! Can’t wait to see more of these little projects!

  4. Kaelah Bee says:

    I seriously love everything about this!

  5. stelabird says:

    That is so freakin’ awesome!

  6. Too cool! You are much more patient than I am. And your finished project is beautiful!

    • sarahelana says:

      Thanks so much! It’s funny, because usually I’m super impatient but some kind of weird zen person took over me when I started this project. That is, until the final weeks when I looked like a raving lunatic who knit obsessively for hours every day and mumbled to myself about yarn and colors and such.

  7. Oh wow, just, wow! I think all benches should look like this!! It is the best yarn bombing I have ever seen, so simple yet effective! I have to reblog this!! ❤

  8. Reblogged this on The Giraffe's Hat and commented:
    Wow, I love this! Its so pretty, I think all benches should look like this ^_^

  9. This is fantastic! It looks lovely!

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