What a glorious weekend it was! The sun was out and it was a balmy 20 degrees on Saturday. It was a perfect morning for a little visit to the Gosford City Markets. The markets are held every second Saturday of the month in Kibble Park from 8 am to 1 pm. Last Saturday they had a Christmas in July theme and there were performances held on stage the whole morning.
As I meandered my way past the fresh bread stall to the fresh produce stalls, my husband pointed out that the bins were covered in crochet. I was rather puzzled but didn't take much notice of it. My stomach was rumbling and I wanted food! Haha... So we bought a pie and fresh popcorn and nibbled at them while browsing the stalls selling lovely handmade bags and soft toys.
We were walking along and to my surprise, we saw this right near the stage. Yarn bombers!
A group of local ladies, lead by the Bowerbird Project in Gosford, were setting up an art display.
The display is called "Putting the heart in Gosford" and it involved dressing up the deciduous trees in Gosford's City Centre with yarn.
It looked to me that the ladies had quite a bit of support from their family and friends too. Good on you fellas and littlies!
The artwork was not limited to the trees. Besides the bins being topped by crochet work, the mini bridge got a pretty dressing too.
And even the rocks were not spared! So much colour and texture packed into a small park.
It was really exciting to see yarn bombing being brought to life on the Central Coast. We are not the big city like Sydney but the passion for knitting and crocheting is well and truly alive here. Big thumbs up to all those involved. Thanks for making Gosford a less dreary place to visit.