The hyperbolic crochet reef started in Australia, gathering beautiful creatures, made by avid crocheters, wherever it went. It then travelled around the U.S. and has now come to London where it can be seen at the Hayward Project Space in Royal Festival Hall.
The "reef" has been created to make a statement about the impact global warming is having on coral reefs around the world, including The Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
For now, the crocheting continues in London. There is a hyperbolic crochet jam session with music and drinks as well as weekly crochet nights and beginners' classes as well. Join the fun, get out your needles and go to work for an important cause.
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Hyberbolic Crochet Reef
- By: CowbagJun 28, 2008