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Knitted trees, leaves and flowers

Knitted trees, leaves and flowers

Knitted trees, leaves and flowers ~ What a neat way to cover up metal streetlight posts!

Oui Cherry: Knitted trees and other interesting things

How cool is this crocheted tree hugger!

YarnBombing - Tree Hugger 8 I'm just learning how to crochet, but I made it up…

@Terri Hudgins, @Virginia Howell, @Amy Kilgore...I think we should do this for the opening of Toys and Games!

Yarn Bombed

If ever there was a crochet pattern to build the beginners confidence and  raise a smile then this is it!  This is quite possibly the easiest crochet 'pattern' ever in the world  EVER!  And for this reason they make the perfect yarn bomb contribution and  are the central focus for the next Bath In Fashion 2016 yarn installation.  To make a spiral you will need any yarn and any hook!  Here I am using Rico Basic Acrylic and I am going to start the first spiral  with a 4mm hook which will make…

Spiral crochet - the easiest pattern in the crochet world!

Take a look at Emma's latest tutorials on Mosaic, Felting and Crochet, and try them yourself at home.

Simple, Inspiring. Valentines Days Ideas #Valentines, #pinsland, https://apps.facebook.com/yangutu

Love this for a simple family tree. Put the names in the hearts and add more hearts with the addition of more babies.

Yarn-bombed stop sign - This makes me grin every time I look at it. Seriously. :-D It's just so ridiculously happy! Even obnoxious stop signs (they're meant to catch your attention - they have to be obnoxious) can be pretty flowers. Is there anything happier than that??

Check out the stopsignflower to visit the brilliance of this idea. Basically a guy's daughter got a knitting kit, he had to learn how to teach her how to do it. He thought of knitting these "stop sign flowers" and put them up around San Diego.

laced tree...great photo prop!!!! I can see a candle chandelier hanging from tree!!!! I can also see many miss matched chandeliers up in the tree.Diane

Another really nice tree yarn bombed in lace knitting. Early Frost by Janet Morton. Wards Island, Toronto, The project included 13 locust trees in the Metro Zoo courtyard.