Sarah Divi Knit a Menorah Yarn Bomb To Celebrate The Eight Nights Of Hanukkah – So Clever!
During the eight nights of Hanukkah, a candle of the menorah is lit each evening until the entire menorah is lit on the final evening. Not only is the holiday’s lighting of candles beautifully symbolic of so many different things, but Hanukkah also creates a spirit of unison and love that we hope carries into the days ahead.
As Hannukah comes to a close, I wanted to share textile artist Sarah Divi’s smart Hanukkah yarn bomb; it’s a knit Menorah that she “lit” on each night until all eight flames were represented. I love it, and it’s so encouraging to see a yarn bomb that’s knit!
Sarah says, “On the 8th and final night of Chanukah, I’ve been reflecting on the saying, ‘be the shamash’. On the menorah, the shamash is the tallest candle, and we use its flame to light each of the candles. I hope that I too can to spread joy, hope, and love in all the ways that I can, without hesitation. Happy Chanukah! May the year ahead have more light than darkness.”
Thanks for sharing your light, Sarah!