Photo by Judy DeHaas, The Denver Post
As I read this article this morning, I thought of 1) what a difference the little touches of beauty in life can make, and 2) what a great idea for G.G., even though she might do it in knitting, not crocheting. And I know she would need to wait until she has finished her gazillion Super Bowl scarves.
From today's Denver Post:
Her street name is "Esther."
She and her masked, hook-wielding crochet cronies have taken responsibility for the yarn bomb along a block of 16th Street between Wewatta and Union Station in Denver.
Her gang of five, also known as the Ladies Fancywork Society, made a chain-link fence warm and fuzzy, covering it with 30 panels, each 12 feet long and some 8 feet high, of crocheted flowers and garden creatures.
Blooms of vivid pinks, reds, yellows, greens, blues, purples cling to silvery metal.It took six weeks to make the handiwork and 20,000 zip ties to attach it.
The crocheted garden sounds wonderful - I'll have to go down there and visit - but there is more!