Featherstone Center for the Arts is planning a yarn bombing of its Oak Bluffs campus in June, according to an announcement on the Featherstone website.

Yarm bombing is a community art activity in which outdoor objects such as tree trunks, fence posts and railings, scuptures and other fixtures are temporarily adorned with yarn.

Fiber artists both on and off the Island are invited to contribute knitted, crochet or felted yarn pieces to cover the Featherstone campus in advance of its June exhibition, Conversations in Art.

The project seeks six-inch and 12-inch squares and 12-inch rectangles of any length. Pom-poms and yarn flowers are also welcome.

The drop-off dates for submissions are June 4 and June 5. The announcement, at featherstoneart.org/yarn-bombing.html, links to a sample pattern for a crocheted square.