'Thank you to whoever yarnbombed us' - town's delight at mystery crochet
- Credit: Leiston Library
Where they came from is a mystery - but yarnbombers have been praised for leaving "gorgeous Easter treats" on top of postboxes in Leiston.
The acts of crochet kindness appeared out of the blue in Old Post Office Square this week, complete with bunnies and chicks to celebrate Easter.
Leiston Library posted some of the creations on its Facebook page, including a colourful green 'hat' with Easter animals on top of a Royal Mail postbox.
But there was also crochet bunting at the library, with organisers saying: "It makes our little corner look very spring-y and jolly."
The library added: "Thank you to whoever yarnbombed Old Post Office Square with these gorgeous Easter treats.
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"We have no idea who did it...but thank you."
Residents reacted positively to the creations, with one writing on Facebook: "Brilliant - something so beautiful, it really lifted me."
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Another wrote: "How lovely - that's the best that post box has ever looked."