A Victorian Pier in Yorkshire has been given a cosy makeover after a secretive group of knitters, called the Saltburn Yarn Stormers, left a series of knitted displays celebrating the region attached to railings.
The knitters, whose identities are a secret, attached their creations to the pier in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, England, overnight.
This is not the first time the knitters have covered the rails, and this year’s theme celebrates the county with knitted figures, landmarks and phrases. The yarn displays celebrate things like Yorkshire tea, its fame as the setting for the novel Dracula, and the local Wensleydale cheese.
The display covers 40 meters of the pier and for any curious onlookers who want to learn more about the creations can scan the QR codes attached. In past years, the knitters have created displays based on themes like the World Cup, the Olympics, the Queen’s Jubilee and Alice in Wonderland.
The seaside community will have many visitors who come and stroll the pier to enjoy the bank holiday weekend.