I haven't seen any around here. I think they are kind of cool and really like the ones in Seattle.
Not around here, but I saw a kiwi wearing leg warmers.
I love this! We don't have any knitted trees (that I've seen) here, but there are some tiny bird statues at the train station that've been sporting adorable hand-knitted shawls and hats this winter.On an unrelated note, did you read about the Library Phantom in Edinburgh? Apparently a mysterious woman was leaving exquisite paper sculptures in museums and libraries all around the city. If you haven't seen them, google it. They're incredible!
I happened to come across an article about this just yesterday... Check out the topic "Yarn Bombing" on Wikipedia or Google and enjoy the pix!
Haven't seen any except on-line. Pretty creative!
how funny--when i saw the photo, before reading your words, i was going to say Hey! We've got those here too! :)
What a small world... We have these in little Columbus, Indiana too! We call them Tree Cozies. I wrote about them for Visit Indiana last winter: http://www.in.gov/visitindiana/blog/index.php/2011/02/11/whimsy-in-winter-two-free-art-displays-in-columbus/
Love it! Yarn bombing in style!
So pretty! We saw one recently in Chicago that was fantastic!
I've seen a couple of photos of these recently too. Do you think they last through the winter?
I've seen some in Seattle and they totally amaze me-how do they get them on the trees?
I haven’t seen any trees like that in my adventures through Latin America. Some of the countries in this side of the world don’t get that cold. But I bet it’d be fun to do one of these to decorate a tree.
love it! an old (and by old I mean ex) neighbour of mine does amazing things with crochethttp://www.ccca.ca/artists/work_detail.html?languagePref=en&mkey=55217&title=Linden+in+Lace&artist=Janet+Morton&link_id=5793she also covered a house down the street from ours with a giant knitted cozy!
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