Sunday, July 18, 2010

Street Pole Sweater Project

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9 comments:

  1. Will you be posting more information on what this is? I'm really interested in learning more.

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  2. Yeah, more info would be good. Is Cast Away donating the yarn? Are there specific patterns to follow? Can you only participate if you can make it Saturdays?

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  3. Come on by or give us a call for info! 546-9276

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  4. Just give us a call for all details- Yes you can knit pieces on your own too- you don't have to come on Saturdays. We have some great yarn donated by Muench Yarns in Petaluma too! Come on by for or call for more info on yarn & measurements.

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  5. As far as I know, street poles don't get cold. Do something more useful, thousands of people die of cold each winter, world wide.

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  6. This is great, I think it adds to our community. Keep up the good work!

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  7. We participate in many kinds of knitting- knitting bears for children in Africa, hats for babies & the ill, helmet liners for the troops- and yes, community art. It all has it's rightful place! Live and let live, yay!

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  8. Our family was visiting from N Virginia recently and we stayed at La Rose
    I got so excited when I saw the lamp posts, your shop is wonderful too.
    I took a picture of each and every light post ... so awesome and fun

    We noticed some bike racks had some lovely knitting on them too!

    Just returned home over the weekend ... much of us is still in California, such a lovely vacation

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  9. As a SF yarnbomber, my friends in the north bay are well acquainted with inanimate street objects wearing sweaters! I've gotten quite a few pictures from them, absolutely delighted with what you guys have done in Santa Rosa! Keep up the good work!

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