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Temperamental
« on: May 16, 2011 09:43:22 AM »

Hey Guys I've been lurking and swapping and commenting but I have never posted any of my personal projects.

So here is my first post and my newest projects yarn bombing. I actually came across the concept of yarn bombing here  Grin and decided to apply it to my life. Without further blabbery

   My usual chair at school when I'm waiting in between classes

  comfy armrest

armrest 2

Railing outside the science building

Was waiting on the BF to get out of a work meeting and decided to make the bench pretty

Yay bench

Oh bike rack

Hope ya'll enjoy I would really appreciate any comments or suggestions on how to improve.

~Temperamental


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« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2011 12:40:18 AM »

Yay, yarnbombing! Any school I know would definitely look better with some yarn Grin I love the blue and green color choice. Suggestion for improvement? Don't know how much time you have for fixing them, but they look like just knotted on - try a more durable method. And cut the long threads for a more finished look maybe to make it look more like you mean it.
I like how you have pieces with a similar style in the same place so everyone will see more than one and remember the others.
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« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2011 12:27:06 PM »

Yeah I tried to be a stealthy ninja and not get caught. But I agree next time I will cut the tails. When you say durable method did you have one in mind? Being the only yarn bomber I know of around here I feel like I'm kind of winging it haha. Thanks for the comment. It's appreciated  Smiley
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