Category Archives: yarnbombing

Knitting There and Back Again

I spent New Year’s Day in a Hobbit-fest. While knitting a pair of socks for myself (!), I marathoned the Lord of the Rings trilogy and the first installment in the new Hobbit series of films in preparation for the … Continue reading

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Good Tidings to All

It is two days before Christmas and the perfect opportunity to give you all a wrap-up of our Annual 500 Hats program. For the past 7 years Lovelyarns has collected hand knitted or crocheted hats for an area elementary school. … Continue reading

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Knitting in Advertising

My post on the Chanel ad showing models knitting got me thinking. How are advertisers using knitting (and crocheting) to sell non-knitting related products? To keep it a bit interesting, I chose to limit my search for ads that ran … Continue reading

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There’s Power in Those Stitches

Last Saturday I flew from Baltimore to Phoenix, AZ. It was a direct flight taking about 4 hours. Prime knitting time! As soon as we took off I pulled out my needles. The elderly gentleman sitting next to me glanced … Continue reading

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Artscape 2013

Celebrating its 32nd year, and known as the largest free arts festival in the U.S., Baltimore’s Artscape takes place from July 19-21. Based on our success in yarn bombing  port-a-potties at last year’s event  (check out the video of our … Continue reading

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Blogger #3: best for last?

Hey lovelies! This is Sue, the owner and head Yarn Pusher here at Lovelyarns. I am thrilled to be a contributor to this blog, and will be adding occasional random thoughts and funny bits. I will leave the serious blogging … Continue reading

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