Posted onSeptember 2, 2020|Comments Off on The Yarn Bomber: Molly Alger’s Magical Sequel
One of the pandemic’s bright spots — literally as well as figuratively — is the Yarn Bomber.
Knitting by day, then wrapping trees and signposts in colorful displays, she brought joy to countless Westporters who have no idea who she is.
Yarn bombing at Compo Beach (Photo/Judy Auber Jahnel)
Then she played it forward. She offered a virtual knitting course. For just $50, aspiring bombers got needles, yarn, 5 days of instruction (1 hour a day), videos, online tutorials, and a yarn bomb of their own.
Last week’s Twilight Zone-ish photo challenge featured a Minnybus sign. The diesel-spewing vehicles have been gone almost as long as Rod Serling, but the signs endure. As Ned Batlin, Ana Johnson and Jane Sherman knew, this one is on Easton Road, near Coleytown Elementary School. (Click here for the photo, then scroll down for comments.)
This week’s photo challenge comes courtesy of Molly Alger:
Sure, it’s a letterbox — but where is it?
If you know, click “Comments” below. And if you’ve got the back story as to how it happened to get where it is, add that too!
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