We decided to try something a bit different this morning and ended up wrapping this variegated crochet piece around the bench of a bus stop near St. Michael’s hospital in an attempt to brighten it up a bit. Luckily no-one came along to use the bus stop whilst we were attaching it and being able to sit down whilst fiixng it on made us a lot less conspicuous than the usual hunched over on the floor position! This was an unusual yarn bombing session in a way as previously the tags have been made-to-measure. Today though we went out with a few pieces and found things to suit them instead. Turned out to be a great fit! We also put up another monster foot; a) because I absolutely love them, and b) in response to a certain letter in the Bristol Evening Post last Friday (will post a copy of the letter later)! Hopefully this one will last longer than the others, but until it disappears it can brighten up Bristol just that little bit more.

Rarrgh! The monster feet hit Bristol.

A 4:30am trip involved stitching on three monster feet around Redland/Cotham; one red, one pink and one green. It wasn’t as quiet as we assumed it would be at that time though and we had a pretty spontaneous, but most welcome, conversation with one very surprised man by Redland train station. Hope you like them! Sorry about the picture quality, my brain wasn’t functioning entirely well at that time and I forgot to take my camera memory card, so these are phone photos.