This Yarn Bombed Smart Car Looks Fantastic!

This Yarn Bombed Smart Car Looks Fantastic!

Done by the artist Magda Sayeg for the Roman Arts Festival, ‘Il Lusso Essenziale.’

Photgraphed by StartTheDay.





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Danielle

Danielle Holke is a long-time knitter, first taught by her beloved grandmother as a young girl growing up in Canada. In 2008 she launched KnitHacker, a lively blog and knitting community which has since grown to be a popular presence in contemporary knitting culture, reaching more than a million readers each year. As a marketing professional, Danielle advises and works with a motley squad of artists, yarn bombers, film makers, pattern designers, yarn companies and more. Learn more about her latest book, Knits & Pieces: A Knitting Miscellany.

5 Comments

  1. knithack

    LOOK AT THE HEADLIGHTS ! LOOK LOOK.

    Reply
  2. Personna

    I would love to do something for my car. HOW DO THEY KEEP THE YARN ATTACHED TO THE CAR?

    Reply
  3. Ciara

    A Tea-Cozy just wasn’t good enough anymore.

    Reply
  4. C.L. Ward

    @Personna – The SmartCars have removable panels that pop off. You would pop it off, wrap it, then pop it back in place.

    Reply
  5. Fatcool

    My grandmother tauhgt me to crochet a chain when I was 5 years old. At 16 I married into an East Tennessee hill country family where my mother-in-law crocheted only by pattern; grandmother-in-law only by copying. They tauhgt me to do both. IN time I tauhgt myself to crochet without pattern or copying, never really thinking about it as original, just making exactly what I wanted to wear, make for my kids, or display. In ~1972 the South Carolina Arts Council recognized my work as unique and included some of my pieces in a state-wide travelling exhibition. I’ve never really stopped crocheting, and today I am in the process of making a QUITE unique hanging piece to hold remote controls for our TV, DVD player & sound system. The main challenge for this piece will be to make it stable enough to hang straight (not sagging) & flat against the column beside our entertainment center. I think that’ll require a stable fabric back hand-stitched onto the crocheted piece plus Velcro, & probably stapling to the (2 6 lumber) column. I’m thankful every day that I still have the vision & manual dexterity to create whatever I dream up!

    Reply

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