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Yarn bombing, wool activism in Sagres

Yarn bombing, yarn storming, yarn installations, guerrilla knitting, kniffiti, urban knitting, graffiti knitting or wool activism…whatever you want to call it, the bizarre practice of knitting or crocheting things over trees and various bits of inanimate street ‘furniture’ has a lot to commend it. 325 more words


Hooking for Good - Poms Away!

This week’s giveaway was from an amazing artist: Heather Saulsbury of the Creatively Happy blog and podcast (please check out both!) I figured it was only fitting for my donation this week to an art project, so of course I was reminded of my promise to… 497 more words


Knit the Bridge Wins Mayor's 2014 Public Art Award at GPAC's Annual Meeting

Thanks to all of Knit the Bridge’s many participants and supporters!

Here’s Amanda’s acceptance speech she gave at the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council’ annual meeting: 320 more words

Knit The Bridge

On the streets

Eight of my recent photographs along with notes and comments about paste-ups, aerosol pieces, street art sculpture, stencils, stickers and yarn bombing that I’ve seen on the street in the last couple of the months. 203 more words



I am feeling rather purple today so I have decided to share some photographs of purple yarn bombs. Lovely chunky loose knit tree cosies are the theme of these photographs.


November 16, 2014

Yarn bombing on 124 Street by the Glenora Inn.


Australian Street Art #2

Wow, it’s really been a while since my last entry. Australia has been so wonderful that I had serious trouble finding back to my daily life in Germany. 306 more words