Monday, January 28, 2013

yarn bombing

I started the year off right with my first yarn bombings.  Inspired greatly by the zealous Yarn Bombing Queen, Elisabeth.  This town needs more, but I am very busy at the moment creating more dolls for the Silverlake Craft and Vintage Market in 2 weeks.  My friend Kelli will be sharing a booth with me and it will be a wonderful day just for that.  If you're in town, please stop by and say hello!


Ariane Reichardt said...

YOU made this?!
Dear Rachel,
I've seen this pic with your sweet kiddos... to know that you have knitted it! wow!
Elisabeth is feeding the naked sculptures. You both are hilarious! Keep it up!

x Ariane.

Patrice A. said...

how I wish
I could say 'HI'
to you....

these yarn bombing creatures
suit you so well
so colorfull
and full of joy
very nice!!


Kristen Donegan said...


I have often thought about doing this and your doing it so well!!

Maria said...

I 'm smiling here
thank you

renilde said...

it really makes a change and you did it, lovely!! x

sarapirat said...

you girls rock,
loving this yarn bombing!

demie said...

Rachel what a great fun idea!
...and I wish I was in town to visit you : )

instead I visited your etsy shop it's lovely
although I couldn't see all of the entries
( maybe that's a problem on my feed though)
I'll visit again

good luck with the market!

greetings from Norway

Lil Muse Lily said...

that is so awesome!!! you are a yarn bomber!!!! xoxo

annie said...

I love the whole idea of yarn bombing...that it is so social and yet so subversive in a nice way! Gorgeous!!

objects of whimsy said...

wow Rachel

you are such a good role model for your kids. I love this what a great thing to do and it looks like the kids loved it as well.

Loved the pics and story thanks for sharing with us its such a privilege.

Good luck at the market

Helen x

annie said...

I love your colors. A friend just sent me a yarn bomb photo today and said we have to try this. It was YOUR photo!

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

ha ha ha..
nów i get the bombing.
very peculiar term of speech.
vintage cars are... mhmmm.

Peggy Ray said...

Have you gone back and checked if they're still there? Sure looks pretty!