Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Yarn Wreaths

Owner of KnockKnocking, Agnes Blum, creates these cute wreaths using yarn and nicknacks . "I love to create beautiful things and have been active in art, design and color theory for many years. Putting colors together in bold and different new ways makes me feel alive." -Agnes

6 comments:

bumblesandlu said...

oh, these are adorable. I really like the stripes and bright colors.
The yarn wreaths from the little prints are nice as well, although hers are more autumn-ish.
www.thelittleprints.etsy.com

Lara Jane said...

Katie Runnels was the first artist I'd seen doing these a couple of years ago (though she might've gotten the idea elsewhere, I don't know) and now they're everywhere.

I love that the artists use such simple materials and the result is so, so lovely.

KnockKnocking said...

Thanks for the write up my dear, I really appreciate it! What a fun blog you have too darlin, I see I have lots of reading to do!

Hugs,

Agnes

Jennifer said...

these are so creative!

Katie Runnels said...

thanks for the recognition, Lara Jane!
I really appreciate it! (ps. I got the idea from the idea of a yarn nest-but came to find out that yarn wreaths were actually popular in the sixties-in a bit different form!!) xo

ambika said...

I'd like to try and make one, they're too neat.