Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Wichita State University Yarn Bombing

In September, myself and nearly 100 others participated in a yarn bombing (where craftsters cover sculptures and other objects in knitted and crocheted fabric as a form of non-permanent graffiti) organized by Wichita State University's Ulrich Museum in order to celebrate the museum's grand re-opening. The yarn bombing was on display from September 16-23, 2012 and was a huge success. If you missed it, check out my photo's below:

Millie the millipede



Thomas Jefferson

Here's a photo of the vine I crocheted



Wolf in sheep's clothing







 


I also crocheted some turquoise, green, navy and multicolored granny squares
Thanks for looking!

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