Hello everyone, this is a community project that I’m so excited to be participating in & thought I’d share some of what I’ve been doing so far…
Here’s a link to where it all began http://crochetcoralreef.org/about/index.php
& here’s a link to the ‘Sydney Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef’ that I also contributed to in 2009 http://sydneyreef.blogspot.com.au
The launch of ‘Spawning of the Sunshine Coast Satellite Reef’, part of the worldwide Crochet Coral Reef Project and created by the Institute for Figuring, took place at the ‘World Environment Day Festival’ on Sunday, 8th June 2014 at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
This large scale community program project will culminate in an exhibition at ‘Caloundra Regional Gallery’ from May 20 to June 28, 2015… so there’s plenty of time for anyone interested in reef awareness to participate… here’s the link to the Caloundra Regional Gallery
So… these are some examples of my efforts… I’ve used yarn from my stash, yarn that people have given to me, yarn purchased from Op shops, plastic string & old video tapes… It’s the most fun I’ve had in ages watching the pieces grow… &, I still have heaps of ideas for experimenting with these wonderful shapes & forms that are so easy to create & come to life with every stitch… Enjoy!
6 thoughts on “Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef, Sunshine Coast Queensland, Australia…”
Thanks, Randi… I participated in the Sydney Coral Reef Project, this one is closer to home which adds to the excitement \o/
Thanks, Twisted Yarn… 🙂
Thanks Starry… 🙂
How utterly beautiful! I participated in the Coral Reel Project held at the Smithsonian a few years back and it was fabulous!
Wow, that is absolutely gorgeous and stunning! Wow, wow, wow.
amazing! what a great way to be creative