Posts Tagged crocheting
Olek teams up with Rickshaw Spidey of East Village fame at Washington Square Park with a crocheted camo-covered rickshaw.
Photo Source: Boweryboogie.com
It started when Katie Bradley, tortoise rescuer, came across a turtle with a doily on top of its shell. Amused by the idea, she started crocheting tortoise cozies for her seven tortoises. Little did she know that her handiwork would be a hit among tortoise owners. Here’s a clip of her work modeled by her tortoises.
Samsung teams up with Olek as she leaves her crocheted signature on landmarks across the country.
Street artist, Olek, yarn bombs the streets of Montreal.
Photo Source: http://www.openfile.ca/montreal/blog/2012/
Artist, Shauna Richardson creates three 25-foot lions which took 18 months to crochet.
A year has passed since the Great Northeastern Earthquake and Tsunamis of 2011 which I blogged about here. More than 3,000 are still missing and more than 100,000 who remain displaced are now dwelling in temporary housing built by the government. Among these are a handful from the fishing village of Shichigahama, Japan who meet every Tuesday night to knit and crochet. This group, called “Yarn Alive,” organized by missionary Teddy Sawka help these women cope with loneliness and disturbing thoughts about the past and of the future. Watch videos here and here. Also check out photos here.