In December, I wrote about stumbling across some guerrilla craft adorning a post in my nearby town of Pomona (Qld, Australia). Well, knock me over with a crochet hook, they’ve been at it again this week and the results are spectacular. The little nature strip at the entrance to the main street has been beautified with the woolly and the wild. We have cosies for rocks, beanies for bollards, wool ties for grasses, pom poms, tree sweaters, crocheted flowers and felty critters galore.
I can’t tell you how much I love this. It makes me smile everytime I see it. And I love the fact that nobody knows what to think of it.
Go Po crafters. You are brilliant.