Monday, 9 May 2011

It puts a huge smile on everyone's face and children do a little dance of joy when they see it

Added some more photos and will add some more later in the week

The library staff have some beautiful items on their desks

Details from the Teddy Bear's picnic

A huge variety of vegetables has been made by participants

Many of the trees have flowers and fruit on them

This Beautiful standard rose from on of the ladies from Southbourne Library Knitting group

Stunning hanging baskets made by a range of groups

The washing line of underwear from Wimborne Knitting group

Perfect baggy bloomers in just the right shade of pink!

Hand made vest

Very saucy suspender belt

All knitted and crocheted by Wimborne Knitting Group

Teddy Bear's Picnic by the ladies of St Aldeheim's Church Branksome

The vegetable garden area is made by over 5 different groups.
The greenman is made by K2 Knitters Poundbury, Dorchester

Oh, I think I made this one!

The attention to detail and the skills used is amazing

The pond above is a communal effort with some of it being made by West Howe knitters and some by Turkish student Ayse Dudu Durgut. Steffi from Red Tent Knitters in Boscombe made the wheelbarrow and the flowers inside it have been made by Kinson Methodist Church knittters, the stones by Mary from Boscombe Resource Centre.

This stunning piece of freefrom crochet has been made by Danish knitter Lil George

What visitors to the library say is that what is so lovely is that you don't see everything at once. For example this little bird, made by student from Oakmead College, is hiding in the trees.

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