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 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