Installations

Old Navy Flags

Hand knit custom-fit jumbo flags to wrap four Old Navy flagship stores in rainbows and Americana for Pride and Fourth of July window displays. Read the full story and see more photos here. Stats: 350 x 6 feet of flag. Made of 20 miles of hand cut fabric yarn 2 months to design, construct, and install On view June

Old Navy Truck

A knit yarnbomb installation for a 1950 Chevy truck at Old Navy’s San Francisco Flagship store. We repurposed it into 19 keepsakes for the Old Navy design team. We also yarnbombed these three bumper cars in the New York Flagship store. Read the full story of this yarnbomb here. Stats: Made of 14 miles of yarn 1

Gensler Python

Mort, a knit albino Burmese Python yarnbomb installation at Gensler Architecture and Design’s San Francisco headquarters. For Gensler’s fiber art show Naught February 12 – May 12, 2015. Read the full story of this yarnbomb here. Stats: 36 feet long, 10 inches around Made of 1.7 miles of yarn 80 h to design, construct, and

Old Navy Style Bumper Cars

Three knit bumper car yarnbombs and a double-sided sign for Old Navy’s New York Flagship store on 34th Street. We also yarnbombed this 1950 Chevy truck in the San Francisco Flagship store. Read the full story of this yarnbomb here. Stats: Made of 4.6 miles of yarn 3 weeks to design, construct, and install On view here November and December

String Art Wall

String art wall at Seed + Salt, a restaurant in the Marina district of San Francisco, California. Read the full story of this project here. Stats: 9 x 8 feet 1 week to design and install On view here November 2014 to present.  

Banana Trees

Knit and crocheted yarnbombed school gate at Turnbull School in San Mateo, California for a community wellness festival. Read the full story of this project here. Stats: 12 feet tall Made of 2.5 miles of yarn 1 week to design, construct, and install On view here April 2014 to present  

Waves

This past weekend, Jill of The Dapper Toad and I each installed a playful yarn installation at Downtown San Mateo’s annual Wine Walk. The energetic, inventive Downtown San Mateo Association colluded with the property owner of an empty storefront to convert it into a pop-up art gallery for the afternoon. I tried an Aimee Diamond