Better late than never 🙂
Although my branch came to Canada as Loyalists during the American Revolution, many Tuppers chose to stay and odds are very good, we be cousins!
I’ve been working away on my Tour de France KAL shawl, my friend Natalie’s lovely Gavrinis and loving it. I expect I should have Chart D finished this evening.
I haven’t yarn bombed your Friday in a long time! Let’s do this one with a bang 😀
In pictures: Gran aged 104 helps ‘guerrilla knitters’ decorate 46 Borders landmarks – Daily Record
GRACE BRETT, who has six grandchildren and 14 great-grandkids, was the oldest of the yarn bombers called the Souter Stormers.
Source: In pictures: Gran aged 104 helps ‘guerrilla knitters’ decorate 46 Borders landmarks – Daily Record
The beads are lit up with natural daylight. Their colour is a deep ruby – S/L ruby AB’s for my bead people. The Elle Rae yarn is a deep rich black that has a lovely sheen. Love this project like crazy and I think I may have become a blocking convert!
More pictures on my Ravelry profile: here
One of the most appropriate Yarn Bombs I’ve seen 🙂
So many favourites!
A yarn bomb of the Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog memorial.
Please click the photo for the story and the charity link for RAOK.
Photo and yarn bomb by Nikki Smalls (via Twitter)
You’ll have to pry my pins from my cold dead hands!!
You’ll never take my crochet alive copper!
Photo credit: Street Art Utopia
I just noticed that this is my 550th post here on Pointe Shoes Punk Rock and Purl!
Thank you to all of you who’ve been visiting, especially since the Blogger days – it sure was different then! So Many Vices… So Little Time is still there, for anyone who’d like to check it out.