A colourful crocheting craze is clearly taking off, after another yarnbomb was spotted in Hampton Wick.

The woolly wonder that decorates a parking post in Seymour Road is the second example of yarnbombing, or guerrilla knitting, to spring up in the borough.

The first example of the street art was a parking sign in Bridgeman Road, Teddington, which blossomed into a flower after the Easter weekend when it was decorated with a knitted cover.

The colourful displays of knitted or crocheted yarn have put a smile on people’s faces but, in the spirit of yarnbombing, which is sometimes done under the cover of darkness, the creator has remained a mystery.

This newspaper would like to offer the craft connoisseur the chance to share their secrets with the community while keeping their anonymity.

Examples of the art were first recorded in 2004 in the Netherlands but the phenomenon is thought to have originated in the US and now spread across the world.

Often dozens of balls of wool are used to make sleeves or cosies for everyday objects including cars, trees, park benches and lampposts.

- Are you the creator or do you know them? Get in touch with Clare Buchanan on 020 8744 4275 or email cbuchanan@london.newsquest.co.uk.