If you go down to the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise.
I enjoyed a fascinating visit to Sizergh Castle near Kendal, Cumbria, yesterday where they are holding an unusual art exhibition for the summer called Woollen Woods.
It’s being held in the Knoll just by the lake where the trees are now home to many creatures stitched in felt, crocheted or knitted.
You'll find insects, flowers, bats, mice, birds, butterflies, caterpillars, hedgehogs and even a kingfisher.
Absolutely delightful, and great fun for visiting children and folk of all ages.
Local schools and organisations have joined in as well as people from across the world.
This owl is from Levens Brownies celebrating 100 years.
The sleepy flamingo and jolly hedgehog are fun too.
Yes, the daffodils are knitted too.
The project is organised by Eden Arts, and if you wish to take part, all you have to do is visit http://www.canopyart.co.uk to download a pattern and entry form and start knitting or sewing.
Have fun, and do go down to the woods at Sizergh to see them.