If I'd called ahead, I might have learned that knitting ahead of time was allowed, as was bringing scarves or sleeves from sweaters or other already completed pieces. (What was I thinking? That people somehow knitted pieces directly to / around each gas station, tree, or pillar? Well . . . As I said, I had no idea how it worked.)
I have several dozen photos, both of the yarnbombing and from the opening exhibit of a new, bold group of artworks by noted Louisville artist Gwendolyn Kelly. Tonight I'm posting only the ones showing the scene when I arrived.
Stay tuned for more photos tomorrow.