The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project finished Season 2 on April 8, 2016 with scarf bombings in both Reservoir Park in Lancaster, PA and at the Columbia Presbyterian Church in Columbia, PA. We had a great year!!! Angelia Reed, our fearless and enterprising leader, and I, along her mother and daughter, scarf bombed those places. Angelia […]Read More “Wrap Up” of Season 2
It’s time for the last scarf bombing of the season with The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project! As you can see from the gaudy graphic at the top, we will be broadcasting the tonight’s scarf bombing live on Periscope (downloadable for iOS and Android). Just follow the details, but we will have the night’s events available […]Read More Last Scarf Bombing of the Season!
So, I was walking back into my building after my afternoon break, and the above note cards and a, well, note, was attached to them proclaiming that these lovely pen and ink note cards are mine to keep! How cool is that?! There were two e-mail addresses on the note, too: one for the project […]Read More Art Abandonment
LancasterOnline has a great series of articles that were published yersterday’s paper about the The Wrap Up, Lancaster scarf-bombing that happened on Monday, November 30. I unfortunately was not there, as I had a prior commitment and a back injury on top of that. Erin Negley of LPN wrote up a great set of articles […]Read More Wrap Up In the News
The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project had its first scarf bombings of the season, not only in Lancaster, PA, but also in Columbia, PA. It was great! Angelia Reed broadcasted both bombings over Periscope (with a little help from me), and if you are interested in seeing exactly what goes on during a scarf bombing, watch […]Read More First Scarf Bombing of the Season!
KnitPicks is doing a great charitable promotion right now along with Crafts Americana. Basically, craft something for a charity, upload you wearing said item for charity along with certain hashtags on Instagram (or e-mail the photo), and Crafts Americana will donate $1 to the United Nations Refugee Agency. Neat, huh? Make a different locally and […]Read More Make a Difference!