If you enjoy walking past the trees wrapped in bursts of colour and knitted creations in Leighton Park, you will soon discover new creatures dotted through their leaves.
Members of the community have reached out to the Moss Vale Evening CWA, and volunteered to create animals for their much-loved Winter Warmer wraps.
It came after the popular redback spider wrap was stolen from one of the trees last month.
Moss Vale Evening CWA President Jennifer Bowe was "really happy" when she was contacted.
"The whole idea of the wraps and winter warmers was that they were for the community," she said.
Moss Vale resident Lesley Tetley reached out to Mrs Bowe, and said she wanted to crochet a web and create another spider.
"Here was someone who felt motivated to do something to replace what was missing," Mrs Bowe added.
"The spider made everyone so happy, and everyone really missed it," Mrs Tetley said.
Mrs Tetley explained that locals were chatting on a Moss Vale Facebook page, where resident Joy Downs suggested someone should make another wrap.
She had white yarn she wanted to donate to someone for the web, and "was just happy to donate."
"I responded and said I would love to, and she dropped off a huge ball," Mrs Tetley said.
The resident has spent two to three hours a night crocheting an elaborate web, and was close to finishing another web so it would be wrapped around the other side.
Her daughter, like many other Highlanders, loved the redback spider.
She was very excited that her mother was crafting another web, and has sat by her mother's side as the web has grown to over a metre long.
The Moss Vale Evening CWA President also donated red and black wool to Mrs Tetley to create another redback.
The redback would be joined by over a dozen knitted butterflies, that were donated by another lover of the yarn-bombing installation.
"I was sent a bag of butterflies by two women and they said they were happy to help," Mrs Bowe said.
"We did it for the community, and look what has happened - it worked."
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