The Hedge House will be blooming this May as part of Plymouth’s community-wide Yarn Pop!
Beautiful knitted, crocheted, and felted flowers, leaves, vines, pompoms, and bugs will provide a “pop” of whimsy and color throughout the downtown and waterfront as we embrace a theme of rebuilding, renewal, and growth.
This public art display is presented by the Plymouth Bay Cultural District and Plymouth Harbor Knits, in partnership with Pilgrim Hall Museum, the Plymouth Antiquarian Society, and the Plymouth Public Library. It is funded in part by the Mass Cultural Council.
How to Participate
Knitters, crocheters, and felters are invited to participate in this installation by creating spring-themed flowers, vines, leaves, or insects.
Sign up on the Plymouth Harbor Knits registration page.
Download FREE patterns using the links below or create your own.
Use worsted or chunky acrylic, wool, or cotton yarn that can withstand the outside elements and not bleed.
Use up your stash, or stop by the Plymouth Harbor Knits shop for discounted yarns (up to 75% off on designated yarns for Yarn Pop participants).
Drop off your creations at Plymouth Harbor Knits (Village Landing Marketplace) by April 10, 2021. Please enclose all items in sealed plastic bags to ensure everyone’s health and safety. Call 774-283-4704 with any questions.
If you would like to contribute flowers for the Hedge House display, we need more yellow, white, or purple creations to add a pop of color! Please contact Executive Director Anne Mason (508-746-0012) if you have flowers to donate.