Landscape paintings. Globes. Dansk candleholders. And for the past year or so, I’ve taken to yarn art. Yes!
Besides just making me happy, this kitschy goodness is great b/c it’s usually really cheap and most importantly, it’s handmade. Knowing that someone, somewhere put a lot of love and attention into making it, puts an even cheesier smile on my face. And y’all KNOW I love me some cheese! Also, most of the pieces I’ve collected have a real graphic quality and since they’re made with yarn on linen or other fabric, they’re textural. This adds a fun dimension when layered with other artwork on a wallscape.
I don’t normally spend this much on yarn art, $55 & $45 respectively, but before I could even think twice about it, these gals jumped off the wall and landed in my shopping cart! (Don’t y’all just HATE that when that happens? WTF, Gals?!) But since this was a charity thrift store, this was a win-win for all of us!
Now, y’all aren’t seeing things, some of this lusciousness I’m sharing is technically more embroidery, than yarn art, but it’s a thin enough line, or thread, in my opinion. And who the hell am I to suddenly get all tech-y on y’all? With that said, I’ve rounded up some treats of all thread-y types from the marketplace. Now go get your yarn on!
Mod Love Pillow by Jonathan Adler, $175
Pitcher of flowers by MerryMayFarm on Etsy, $12
1960s Rooster Picture Home Made by Stirlings on Etsy, $19.99
Sunny Day Needlepoint Vintage Picture on Linen by Bethanyg13 on Etsy, $15
Bargello Chevron Pillow by Jonathan Adler, $175
Keep Calm and Carry Yarn poster by JennieGee on Etsy, $20
Yarn Wreath Handmade Front Door- Orange and Cream, 12 in. by ItzFitz on Etsy, $40
Crewel Cat Pillow by August Morgan, $200
Dolly Parton Yarn Art by BrandyLynnAndPaul on Etsy, $200