If you are in Leighton Park today, you would see members of the Moss Vale Evening Country Women's Association wrapping the trees in cosy and colourful winter warmers.
The branch decorated seven trees along Argyle street last year in a mixture of knitted and crocheted wraps, and pom-poms, to bring joy to residents during lockdown.
The yarn bombing was such a success last year that the branch decided to bring pops of colour back with their newest installment of Winter Warmers in the Gardens.
Moss Vale Evening CWA President Jennifer Bowe said it was a way to reuse items and "make it a bit of fun."
"We thought because it was a cold winter this year, to make the trees snuggly," she said.
"We spent a bit of time at the park last year, and people spoke to us about how much they enjoyed it.
"Lots of people stopped in the town, and kids wanted to come over and see it."
Pom-poms were also made by students from Moss Vale Public School, Moss Vale High School and St Paul's Catholic Primary School which will be dotted throughout the trees this year.
"The kids were also eager to look for their pom-poms last year which was great," Mrs Bowe added.
Mrs Bowe said the branch has reused last year's wraps, and has crocheted, knitted and constructed additional wraps for all of the trees in the street.
Wraps also incorporated knitted cloths, donated items and materials that members secured from op-shops and the Resource Recovery Centre.
All 49 members have also embraced their creative flair - Aussie creatures will feature in the wraps, along with last year's redback spider wrap, which was a crowd favourite.
"It was the whim of the members," Mrs Bowe said.
"They went off on a tangent with their creative juices.
"I also made some dream-catchers out of sticks under the trees this year.
"It has been all about recycling."
Mrs Bowe also mentioned it was a way to share joy, and unite with the community.
"Moss Vale has a brilliant community - they always supported us, and this was a way to say thank you," she said.
The display would take a few days to complete, and has been supported by WSC.
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