While traveling in Israel recently, I came across a couple wonderful fiber displays. Working in Lion Brand’s NYC offices above the Lion Brand Yarn Studio, I get to see the creative use of yarn for the window display on a regular basis. I always love seeing other retailers use yarn in displays, and I was even more excited to see yarn used for a retail display in Jerusalem! The bright colors draped from branches and dropped into shopping bags lining the bottom of the window.
A week later while roaming the narrow sidewalks of Jaffa, I came across a fiber art gallery. As in the picture below, all the art was felted, from the initial felted “canvas” to the yarn details felted over it.
On a trip with lots of site-seeing and very little time to knit, the occasional fiber-arts spotting was especially comforting.
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