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International Yarn Bombing Day: Twisted stitchers unite

International Yarn Bombing Day is here, and a large number of sew and sews in Ridgefield, Connecticut have stepped up to the plate spreading the love, and the wool, throughout their town. 162 more words


Horsing around

Every now and then an artist or company approaches Knit The City to colloaborate with them. It’s a decision we don’t take lightly. However when… 185 more words

The Fastener

United by Buttons

With the Olympics in town Deadly Knitshade and I wanted to give London a little bit of craft.

Although I had left a little piece of graffiti on the southbank for the Jubilee, we decided that The London Eye had yet to be given the… 254 more words


Knitting Graffiti And Solace In The Wind

Things are still a bit stop start at the moment, sorry, due to the fact that I am trying to develop and scan a backlog of film to get back to normal. 120 more words


Wacky Wednesday - Baby Boomers Just Want to Have Fun

The new urban crime wave.  Do you know where your mother and grandmother are?  Sadly, I might know where mine was.  Every Tuesday night she disappears for hours with her knitting.  35 more words

Megan Nafke

knit crossing

I have always enjoyed checking out the “urban knitting” or “knitting graffiti” that you find online, but never actually seen it in person before coming to Amsterdam.   27 more words


I AMsterdam, indeed.

Back from a great week in Holland. Your people are swell. They also eat a lot of butter.

In no particular order, the best of included: beer, Nana, waffles, serious cheese, day drinking, mini pancakes, Nina, super swings, the escher museum, the worlds best apple pie, cool locales, more pancakes, knitting graffiti, sign eating and way too many cheap flowers.