Our friend Pam has a discerning eye and a passion for design – and the photography and writing skills to match. Recently she started Sweet Peach, a new website that celebrates the artistry of the South. It’s so fabulous, you should bookmark it. Visually delightful!
Pam visited our Communitree installation on the Beltline last week and worked her usual photo magic to showcase our pieces. Here’s Pam’s Beltline Knitterati article on Sweet Peach. Thanks Pam! We’re so glad you and your site are in our lives. Yay SE design!
Our first Knitogether @Harper Station, June 30. Dining Out to support Art Along the Beltline.
it’s official. our little collective of knitters and crocheters from the east side of ATL has been chosen as one of the 66 installations for Art Along the Beltline, in support of the Atlanta Beltline, a local transportation project connecting intown neighborhoods with light rail and live/work/play spaces. we are all public transportation enthusiasts and stoked to be contributing to raising colorful awareness for it.
our first post must give a huge shout out to Magda Sayeg, her blog Knitta Please and the many knit graffiti and Yarn Bomb installations she has inspired and championed the world over (note: she has not yet knitted over the world. though i suspect she’s considered it). we are huge fans. and one of her hometown Austin, TX installations was up during SXSW this past March and provided the inspiration for our collective’s grant submission. and now … here we go!