If you take classes at the historical Fullard House in Anderson Park, these images are familiar to you. If not, you should take a picnic – the park has great play structures, and tons of grass. (Note for August – lots of shade and cool green grass to run around in.)
For 10 hours a day, Suzanne Tidwell of Sammamish knits. Sweater for trees. It’s otherwise known a “Guerilla Crochet”. Whatever you call it, the yarn stripes add much-welcomed color to our Pacific Northwest grey spring days.
Here’s the story that Evening Magazine did about Ms. Tidwell, her knitting machine, and penchant for this beautiful art form. And thanks to Werona A., Studio3 mommy, for sending us the pictures!