Recycling Yarnbombs

I just realized that I can squeeze more joy from a yarnbomb if I make it, install it and then take it down and re-install it somewhere else! Genius! This summer I've had the opportunity to re-use two yarnbombs and so I'm writing today about how good it is to reimagine the yarnbomb for double … Continue reading Recycling Yarnbombs

Canada150

If you live north of the 49th parallel, no doubt you celebrated Canada Day. It was the 150th anniversary of Confederation, so kind of a big deal. Newfoundland, being the eastern-most province with the distinction of it's very own time zone, got to kick off the party. In anticipation of the nation-wide celebration, I scoured … Continue reading Canada150

Free NFLD Yarnbomb

Newfoundland has one piece of iconic grafitti that aims to stir the embers of nationalism buried in many Newfoundlanders' hearts. You see, the island province of Newfoundland was it's own country until it joined confederation with Canada in 1949. Free NFLD was originally coined by artist Wallace Ryan to promote Newfoundland nationalism. It appeared on posters around the … Continue reading Free NFLD Yarnbomb