Well actually, here's a link to it, because the wonderful ladies over at Yarn Bomb Yukon have chronicalled it far better than I ever could, and it's their baby so they should get the blog post credit (and all sorts of other credit and kudos because they have busted their butts off for the last 6 months over this project). So please head over to their blog, and check out not only all the photos of the yarn bombed DC-3, but also the progress posts and history of the plane.
For instance, did you know that this DC-3 is the worlds largest weathervane? (I'm sorry, that piddly one in Michigan doesn't come close to ours!)
The installation went really well on Saturday, and it was finished by 2:30 pm! I admit, I think everyone was motivated by the ominous dark grey clouds starting to peak around the mountains all around us, but it was a monumental effort by everyone involved, and was a heck of a lot of fun! I helped out by sitting in a lawn chair, live tweeting on my dumb phone and knitting. :)
ETA: There's now a time-lapse video of the installation! Go check it out, it's amazing!
Thank you, Yarn Bomb Yukon, Yukon Transportation Museum, Yukon Arts Centre, and everyone involved with this project!