addictively tiny and quick pattern by the awesome Lucy Ravenscar. I got inspired to make one (or more. there will be more.) after seeing these sweeties by Odd Socks.
cupcakes and stars to my bookmark yarnbomb repertoire. But all of that pales in comparison to the discovery I made yesterday in one of the three local libraries I've dropped off bookmarks in so far.
Falling In and it stayed wonderful to the end, so next up is Dovey Coe...), I noticed a little tag hanging out of one of the books. Attached to a crocheted worm with seed bead eyes.
This one was recommending Carl Hiaasen's Hoot. (A recommendation with which I concur, I read it a few years ago and loved it, it's actually what got me into Carl Hiaasen's books for grown ups.) So I trolled through the kids' fiction aisles on pins and needles, iPod (...sorry about the crappy photos) in hand, looking for more! And there were more!
The Magician's Elephant by Kate DiCamillo (which I dutifully checked out, as one should trust a bookworm!).
The Mysterious Benedict Society, a book which I hadn't heard of and plan to check out in the future.
I'm still grinning ear to ear just uploading these photos, I'm so excited that other people (and this includes all of you amazing blogland friends!) like this idea and want to play along. Hooray for crafting and reading and combining those two things into a hybrid creature of happy awesomeness! I'm sort of thinking of starting a bookmark-recommendation yarnbombing group on Ravelry...
(Fridays, as always, are for FO Fridays and Fiber Arts Friday.)