We wrap ourselves

A Yarn Tree Squid - by sisters Jill Watt and Lorna Watt who wrapped this magnolia tree in downtown San Mateo, USA with more than four miles of yarn.  Read more about how they did it on their respective blogs Knits for Life and Dapper Toad. A Yarn Tree Squid - by sisters Jill Watt and Lorna Watt who wrapped this magnolia tree in downtown San Mateo, USA with more than four miles of yarn.  Read more about how they did it on their respective blogs Knits for Life and Dapper Toad. A Yarn Tree Squid - by sisters Jill Watt and Lorna Watt who wrapped this magnolia tree in downtown San Mateo, USA with more than four miles of yarn.  Read more about how they did it on their respective blogs Knits for Life and Dapper Toad. A Yarn Tree Squid - by sisters Jill Watt and Lorna Watt who wrapped this magnolia tree in downtown San Mateo, USA with more than four miles of yarn.  Read more about how they did it on their respective blogs Knits for Life and Dapper Toad.

A Yarn Tree Squid – by sisters Jill Watt and Lorna Watt who wrapped this magnolia tree in downtown San Mateo, USA with more than four miles of yarn.

Read more about how they did it on their respective blogs Knits for Life and Dapper Toad.

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