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  1. Hi!
    I am from Brazil and i’m your fan!
    Everthing in your blog is very very beautiful!
    I’m an architect and i love the delicate things that you show us.
    Congratulations!

  2. Made me think of pictures of another tree that I’ve seen somewhere, crocheted all around the trunk in bright colors. That was cute, this one is pretty ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. So lovely, Joy. Can you imagine just stumbling upon something like this? How unexpected and smile-inducing this would be? Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. i am fortunate enough to live in toronto and love going to the island, you can find stuff like that all over the city!
    i love all your beautiful posts!

  5. Ah! This looks like work by Toronto artist Janet Morton, who lived on Ward’s, and who is lovely, lovely!

  6. When I first saw the pic, I thought, hey, this is like stuff you would find on the Island (I’m from Toronto, and I just cycled there last week.) And then I started reading – bingo! There’s plenty of this kind of art in the gardens there – glass bottle art, rust art, woolen knitting around pier structures… they’ve got time on their hands.

  7. This is so brilliantly random, or randomly brilliant. It makes me want to go and vandalise the local park with materials and such.

  8. one word to say: wow! and how did these people come up with such a simple yet brilliant idea? i always envy them who have such creative brain.

  9. I love, love, love that!! What an inspiration. I’ve seen little tree sweaters but nothing as beautiful as this. I’d love to “lace” one of my own trees. I wonder what the neighbors would think….

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