The River & Rowing Museum at Henley is about to be yarn bombed with colourful creations as part of its latest exhibition.
From today, the museum is displaying the work of Thames Path Together community art project who are celebrating knitting by reflecting the Thames Path and Bridge.
Yarn bombing is a form of street art where public spaces are covered in knitting and crochet.
David Worthington, chair of the museum said they were delighted to be displaying the colourful creations in the community gallery.
He added: “The work of this talented group is bursting with energy and colour, inspired by our beautiful river side location, and we hope that our visitors will enjoy spotting local landmarks within their display!”
Visitors to the museum tomorrow can take part in a free pom pom making session with the help of the yarn bombers. Finished pom poms will then be hung on the museum’s yarn tree.
For more details about the exhibition go to rrm.co.uk