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Fig Knit-On - Yarnbombing Los Angeles

Read the full article: [link] Photo by Martha Benedict There's also a picture of me and my husband right after we JUST finished setting it up!

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Yarn Bombing

Fun collection of yarn bombing installations from Artchoo. Maybe we would all slow down in take in our environment if it was more colorful, interesting, inviting and surprising!

This knitted house was made for The London Architecture Biennale by the group Knitting Site in June 2006. 3  Great Thing About This 1 . The house was knit over a 2 storey scaffolding on the site. 2. It was knitted from all recycled materials , plastic  , garbage bags and rope. The group said they really like building materials . 3 .A quote from the group ” While some people think knitting should remain behind walls , we build walls that are knitted “

yarnbombing And Knitted Houses

The ultimate yarn-bombed house -- by the London knitting group Knitting Site Made from recycled materials - plastic bags, rope, etc.

Tis tree tried to go under cover but the colours were too powerful to fully succeed......  Yarn bombing

Tis tree tried to go under cover but the colours were too powerful to fully succeed.

knitqueer states: respect yarn bombing, and respect sex workers (At least this one will be warm!)

Yarn bomb round the poles holding the marquee up?g Respect sex workers tag. Graffiti which is totally reversible, harmless and humorous.

Yarn Bombed Lion | He was yarn-bombed by Bournemouth and Poole Stitch n Bitch (find us on Ravelry) for the Pride in Bournemouth public art event: www.flickr.com/groups/prideinbournemouth/  and for International Yarn Bombing Day (11th June 2011). He is called Rainbow the lion.   Explore #149

"Yarn Bombed lion He was yarn-bombed by Bournemouth and Poole Stitch n Bitch (UK) for International Yarn Bombing Day June and for the Pride in Bournemouth public art event

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I love yarn bombing! Yarn Bombing Helsinki (j) Granny Square Afghans on the steps outside Helsinki Cathedral, Finland - via Vintage Culture Melbourne

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