Yarn bombing in remembrance

A walk round Thirsk Market Square during Remembrance-tide.

For Becky’s Walking Squares.

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

52 thoughts on “Yarn bombing in remembrance”

      1. exactly. Next year the girls and I will probably be in London to remember as we have learnt that Robert’s regimental society is going to plant a poppy / cross in his memory at one of the main remembrance fields.

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  1. The cloak of red poppies certainly looks dramatic, but I rather like the fact that merchant seamen, land girls, firemen and others have been remembered too. What talented and inventive knitters.

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  2. Wonderful. We have a constantly changing exhibition of yarn bombing and there is always extra effort made for Remembrance. Post boxes, street furniture, lamp posts, shop fronts, all decorated, and often anonymously. Always Remember!

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