A Shory Report on Pt. Reyes Knitting

We were really happy to see our knitted bannister was still up in PT. Reyes Station and in good condition after all the rain. A little shrunken.When we sewed it on in Sept. we had labeled it with a paper laminated label I think. We knew these labels wouldn’t last and we have switched to cloth labels.I like how these cloth labels refer to garments. They also get the pieces all ready to go to summer camp.

Other People’s Blogs About Streetcolor Blog

It turns out that yarnbombing is something people like to blog about.Well me of course, but also folks out and about looking around and having adventures, commenting on surprises.It’s a real joy and a enveloping feeling to see the knitting on other blogs.

Here are a few.

http://hans roenau.blogspot

http://takeout.wordpress.com/

http://aspinnerweaver.blogspot.com

6 thoughts on “A Shory Report on Pt. Reyes Knitting

  1. I would love to mention your site on my blog but didn’t take any photos (I need to get in the habit of carrying my camera with me all the time). Would it be ok to use one or two of your pictures?
    Thank you,
    Dianne

  2. Yarn bombing is a totally new concept to me. Found you via Hans Roenau’s blog. Hope you don’t mind that I mentioned you on my blog and borrowed two of your San Rafael photos. Delicious colors and construction. No artistic, crafts skills or vision here. My contribution is appreciating and enjoying!

  3. Question from one of my blogger friends who is wondering what the yarn bombs are like when it rains. Of course, if may not be as much of an issue in California as it is in Scotland.

  4. We are in our rainy season here in Berkeley and everything is looking good, fading gentilly. Damp.But they are 100 percent wool and wool can really take being wet. The little sheep you know.

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