It was so low-key, and unexpected that I was not sure at first. "Really?" And that's how a selected collection of my 150 red wiggler worms, knit ones, of course, returned to view. Their second outing since their debut in 2001 at Queens Botanical Garden; that story's at my website.
"This Dirt Museum: Redux" climbs the walls at Knitty City, 208 West 79th Street in New York City. Imagine: yarn worms. You could make one, use it as a way to learn how to knit or teach a child. Iinstuctions on my website. The wall 'o worms will be there for a few weeks.
HEMP Yarn Worm
Along with discovering how to write "compost" in Mandarin and Spanish, visitors can leaf through the book to read comments by all the knitters who sent One Red Worm into the original 2001 exhibition.
Please note: There's a new website link here for the movie, "An Inconvenient Truth." We saw it in a packed downtown theater last night and were very impressed with the way its important message about climate change was delivered. Great trailer for it at the website. Maybe kitchen composting is not your thing but how about switching to compact fluorescent light bulbs.