A little bit of this and, a little bit of that, makes a little bit of me.


aka WWKIP.  Avid love for knitting.  Not that I need an enabler.  It’s rather easy to do things in public.  I do not have to travel to get to public.  It’s something I do gladly with frequency.

Hubby (definitely a keeper) and I have taken advantage of the glorious surprise (opposite to the snow forecast) and held my own WWKIP Day.

I would have liked a company or two knitters and do a little yarnbombing or socially acceptable graffiti.

but it did work for the busy day we’ve had…dropping off/picking up kids at graduation ceremony, birthday party, picking out birthday gift, and card.

This one was an Artist Trading Card aka ATCsize of a baseball card–made by my 13-year-old teen back on October 27, 2008.

It went on to outside of the gift bag (aka brown paper lunch bag) to house a pair of Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Pittards gloves for my friend Erin’s younger teen.

Aside from WWKIP, it’s also International Yarnbombing Day (aka IYBD.)

Wouldn’t it be COOL to knit or crochet up–using vibrant knitting materials in wool, yarn and spirit-colored cords–one of London-based photographer Louise Walker’s Wooly Head sweater-inspired manes series?   One of our downtown handsome statutes dons a wicked, freshly colored-coif, woolen wig, reminiscing a particular era’s hair fashions…i.e. hippie-dos, Marilyn Monroe-inspired locks, doting 50s housewife cuts, a pink Judy Jetson, sophisticated flapper fashion…Madonna…Lady Gaga?

What do you think of ’em hairdos?  ♥

Happy crafting and keep those creative juices running!

(still doesn’t do texting, MySpace, Twitter, StumbleUpon, DiggIt…but caved into Facebook!)

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Comments on: "Worldwide Knit In Public Day" (4)

  1. I went out yesterday, and I knit – but not at the same time! 🙂

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your story of yarnbombing day and the pictures!

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