Yarn Bombing the Library … again!

It’s not just giraffeses and heffalumps that get to indulge their literary side, y’know.

Today was my [ Neko’s] turn. The dog insisted on coming too, but you can’t have everything in life, can you?

Anyway, we checked out the reading seat ottoman thingie in the children’s area that The Domestic Staff [ aka Catsmum ] yarn bombed yesterday. Very comfy.

Then we spent some time on the front desk interacting with the patrons

and admiring librarian/local historian Robyn’s wonderful banner that she just “dashed off in one night”


while Domestic Staff pimped out one of the book shelving trolleys

and Nadie curled up on one of the yarn bombed armchairs to work on her current knitting project  [ but I don’t have a picture of that ]

and then I got to spend some quality feline appreciation time with Ms Alison the suitably cat mad loving librarian

a very sensibile way to spend a cold, wettish and dreary Winter day.

Knit like mad at the Library indeed.


4 thoughts on “Yarn Bombing the Library … again!

  1. Lynne says:

    Glad you had fun Neko! Our cat, which is really DD’s cat, has the name Tomodachi – which, as you know, means friend in Japanese. But I don’t think His Catship would be welcome in the library!

    • catsmum says:

      If you bought his Catship into the Library, it would place Alison [ the Librarian] in the invidious position of having to choose between the duties attached to her professional position and her love of all things feline. LOL

  2. unyewshual says:

    All that knitted goodness looks so cosy and inviting!

  3. meow says:

    Love that the Nekos were included … they all seem to love having their photos taken !!!

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