Red & White Stripes Everywhere

Yarn Bombed Trees..Even on our trees! Red and white stripes are a signature of Ronald McDonald House Charities for several reasons. They’re simple, fun and universal. They’re a signature part of our logo. We hope that whenever you see them, you think of our organization. In an effort to bring awareness to RMHCA and to have a little fun, we yarn bombed our trees for our upcoming Day of Change celebration.

What does it mean to yarn-bomb? Don’t worry, the term is new to us too!

yarn-bomb [VERB]: Cover (an object or structure in a public place) with decorative knitted or crocheted material, as a form of street art. (via the Oxford Living Dictionary)

They won’t be up for long, but if you get a chance to come see them, we’d love for you to stop by. If not, let us see your red and white stripes! Email your pictures to Laurie at laurie.smith@rmhca.org and you might just be featured on our social media.

Special thanks to In the Making for all their help with the knitting! House with Trees