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yarn bombed christmas tree
Yarn Bomb red tree and balls. Christmas? Valentine's Day?
Yarn Bombing in the Queen City!
yarn wrapped trees! so may ideas- stripes?! Christmas? branches in your house? Dead/Ugly trees? Bare trees in winter?!
Love the yarn balls hanging from this tree
Yarn Bombing Street Art "detail"
For those who are unfamiliar with yarn bombing it is exactly what it sounds like – graffiti that is knit, crocheted, tatted, wrapped, and woven. It is a great way to change and play with the urban form in a semi-permanent way. Projects can be big, small, simple, or extremely complex.
Fantastic Yarnbombing on a tree from Yarnbombing un peu partout
Jean Paul Gaultier, 1985. Metropolitan Museum.
Ensemble Issey Miyake (Japanese) ca. 1985 polyester, linen, cotton, plastic
Issey Miyake felted cape. (Japanese, born 1938) Design House: Miyake Design Studio (Japanese) Date: ca. 1983 Culture: Japanese Medium: wool, acrylic, other blend.
Dress Comme des Garçons (Japanese, founded 1969) Designer: Rei Kawakubo (Japanese, born 1942) Date: 1986 Culture: Japanese Medium: cotton, synthetic. Credit Line: Gift of Lynn Gumpert, 2007!!!
~Ensemble Hattie Carnegie (American (born Austria), Vienna 1889–1956 New York) Designer: Attributed to Norman Norell (American, Noblesville, Indiana 1900-1972 New York) Date: 1928 Culture: American Medium: silk, metal 1928
Vintage fringe patchwork - crochet base with fringed yarn (looped through and knotted)
Issey Miyake @1984 Met Collection- have, love!
Sara Coleman Cibeles. Madrid Fashion Week
new Autumn Le Cercle rouge Silk Cowl from artlab