PhotoHunt theme for the week beginning 26th January 2013 is ‘Knitted’

PhotoHunt theme for the week beginning 26th January 2013 is ‘Knitted’

I taught myself to knit when I was 19 which was many many many…… years ago. I recently knitted some baby clothes for an online friend as a present for her expected baby. My local town also was yarn bombed as part of an Arts Festival and I loved how structures were covered in knitting.

A soft yellow baby blanket with a lovely lacy pattern which was not hard to follow or knit.

Baby booties
I love to knit baby booties, so simple and quick to produce a finished set, yet I cannot knit socks. Go figure!
White jacket
White baby jacket
Yarn bombing at library
The tree and bike rack in front of the local library were yarn bombed and I am seriously impressed with the knitted effect.
Yarn bombing at Rotunda
The local rotunda also received being yarn bombed with colourful knitted decorations.

And as an aside today (26th January) is Australia Day Celebrated annually on 26 January, the date commemorates the arrival of the First Fleet at Sydney Cove, New South Wales in 1788 when Australia was first colonised

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6 thoughts on “PhotoHunt theme for the week beginning 26th January 2013 is ‘Knitted’

  1. Love your pretty baby knits, I don’t know how to knit but it would be great to learn so I could knit for my grandkids one day. 😛

    I like your yarn bombed town. haha…

  2. how lovely! and i salute you for those carefully knitted products. how i wish i can learn to do that, too. but with only very little time for me left after work, i think that it’s not possible. 😀

    thumbs up, Vicki!

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