Check Out This Amazing Yarn Bombed RAF Spitfire Replica … Crochet Meets Art Again!

Check Out This Amazing Yarn Bombed RAF Spitfire Replica … Crochet Meets Art Again!

Isn’t this amazing?

Photographed by children’s author, Mike Crook

Made by the Thirsk Yarnbombers, this “replica of a Spitfire that crashed at Topcliffe during the Second World War has been installed at Thirsk Hall as part of Thirsk Yarnbombers’ commemoration of the centenary of the creation of the RAF.”

Read more about it here.





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