Those who may have gone through Victoria Park in downtown Regina this week may have noticed scarves tied to trees.
The second anuual “Yarn Bombing Scarves in the Park” event was put on by “Angels of Warmth,” a non-profit group in the city.
Spokesperson Donna Curran says her group tied more than 300 scarves around trees, inviting people to take them for their own good — if they needed them.
Each one contains a note letting passersby know the scarves are not lost, and they are to help the less fortunate.
While many of the scarves have gone, there are still some attached to trees in the park.
Curran says “Angels of Warmth” also provide homemade quilts, hats, mitts, sweaters and chemo caps to those in need throughout Regina.