Yarnbombing le retour à Strasbourg félicitations - Bienvenue chez SandyCroche. Yarnbombing le retour à Strasbourg félicitations Internet à la campagne un vrai bonheur surtout lorsque tu pars en "vacances" plus pour te remplumer.
C'est gagné partir changer d'air, d'univers est bon pour la santé. [vidéo] Tricoter en fausses côtes anglaises. Yarn bombing : l'art urbain des tricoteuses et des crocheteuses. Genre, prend de l’ampleur.
Il y a les créatives, qui agissent de façon isolée, comme Julie Adore avec son pioupiou devant une boutique de luxe, et il y a des collectifs s’organisent, le plus souvent par région (comme dans le milieu du graffiti). Par exemple, il y a les Tricoteuses de la rue à Nantes, les "yarn bombeuses" de Rennes. D’autres rassemblent des "taggeuses" de toute la France comme Fil 2 rue.Alors, le yarn bombing, ça vous tente ? C’est de l’Art ? Réaliser une création qui risque d’être chipée, jetée ou dégradée, passer des heures sur une petite œuvre d’art qui ne restera peut-être que quelques instants en place ? Yarn Bomb Ideas and Stitch Patterns on Pinterest. Yarn Bombing. Wikipedia describes yarn bombing as "a type of graffiti or street art that employs colorful displays of knitted or crocheted cloth rather than paint or chalk.
" Knitted, crocheted or woven pieces are sewn around inanimate public objects such as bike racks, light poles, telephone boxes and abandoned buses. Loom Bands & Yarn Bombs! A Tea Party To Remember. Common Chaos. When an event invite pops up in my inbox that involves a tea party, a loom band session and a ridiculous amount of knitted and crotchet items, you’ve got to ask yourself if there’s any better suited family to go and check it out…… That’s right, our Common Chaos Crew were besides themselves with excitement, and I must say, I may have even been a tad more keen than the kids were!
So we headed to Melbourne, grinning from ear to ear about the endless ideas & creations we would be inspired to make after seeing a top notch Yarn Bombing display and attending a tea party fit for loom band royalty. OK, OK, the MonsterSquad and I were pumped. 5 Most Amazing Yarn Bombings You Don't Want to Miss. Nothing brings a smile to my face like a yarn bombing.
Whether it’s a huge installation on a bridge or just a small one like a doorknob cozy, seeing everyday objects covered in yarn brightens my day instantly. Fiber artists like Olek and Magda Sayeg are practically yarn craft-household names in the world of yarn bombing, organizing some of the most famous fiber installations we know. Now, yarn bombings are now becoming so large in size that it often takes the cooperation of fiber artists and large organizations to stage the entire installation. 'Yarn bombing' Polish artist Olek brightens up morning commute by covering TRAIN with crochet. Polish artist Olek spent two days covering the locomotive with crochetOlek's work is proving popular with locals in the Polish city of LodzThe artwork, now named Deadly Romance, will be on display until the 19th By Ruth Styles Published: 18:44 GMT, 5 August 2013 | Updated: 18:59 GMT, 5 August 2013 From crocheted boyfriends to woolly teapots, it would seem there's little that can't be created with a pair of knitting needles and a few balls of wool.
But one Polish artist has decided to take things a step further and has covered an entire train with colourful crochet. And by covering the full-scale Px48 steam locomotive engine and carriages in crochet, artist Olek - real-name Agata Oleksiak - says she has pulled off her largest 'yarn bombing' to date. 30 Creative Examples of Yarn Bombing. Recycled Crochet Hook Holders. Submitted by Lynn from LadyWillow's TreeHouse at - LadyWillow Designs© As a confirmed recycler, I have been reluctant to toss empty pens, mechanical pencils, and markers when they no longer fullfiled their original purpose.
Also developed co-ordination problems with my hands when using metal hooks during chilly and cold weather. When searching online and eBay for unique and unusual crochet hooks, I discovered the idea of hook holders or covers, and decided to try making my own. Example #1 LadyWillow Recycled Crochet Hook Holders Example #2 LadyWillow "Fun" Recycled Crochet Hook Holders - one with plastic tubing Instructions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Hyperbolic Crochet Reef Comes to London.
The hyperbolic crochet reef started in Australia, and has travelled around the U.S. gathering beautiful creatures, made by avid crocheters, where ever it goes.
Now it has come to London and it is a wonder. Using bright and vivid colours such as oranges, reds and purples, every shape from the sea has been made: shells, coral , starfish and jellyfish. Crochet Swirls. (Update: To see more of my patterns, please visit my ONLINE SHOP!)
Finger Knitting How-to. You know how I just wrote about how I like getting a handmade gift more than just about anything.
Well, this is anything. Sitting on the couch on a lazy Sunday, knitting with my kids . . . that beats gift-getting for sure. It is a gift itself. Amazing DIY Rope Rug Free People. 10 Amazing Mandala Crochet Creations. The mandala has spiritual significance for a lot of people but it doesn’t have to be specifically a spiritual thing.
It can be a visually pleasing and meditatively relaxing geometric design. Crochet mandalas appeal to me because of their natural aesthetic appeal that is enhanced with the lovely color and texture of crochet work. How to Weave on a Cardboard Loom. June 25th, 2008 Email 1322 users recommend Weaving like this can be the basis for so many projects: place mats, coasters, bags, hats—use your imagination.
Use your yarn. Developing eco-friendly fabrics / Resistant materials - textiles / Technologists' practice case studies / Case studies / Resources / Welcome to Technology Online - Technology Online. Introduction Dr Sandy Heffernan is a senior lecturer in the Institute of Industry and Environment, part of Massey University’s College of Creative Arts in Wellington. A number of her Masters students in the textile design programme have been working on innovative ideas for: using wool waste eco-friendly dyeing of wool digital embroidery. How to Yarn Bomb: Tips & Tricks from a Pro. Have you seen trees and statues covered with brightly covered yarn in your neighborhood and wondered how it was done? Or have you seen photos of knitted or crocheted statues online and dreamed of becoming your town’s next yarn bomber?
If so, you’ve come to the right place. Here, we’ll reveal how to yarn bomb in five steps. Photo via of Oakland Art Enthusiast. 5 Most Amazing Yarn Bombings You Don't Want to Miss.