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Some Dutch Crochet Adventures... (Part 1)

We’ve just returned from a week in The Netherlands. There was so much crochet inspiration and crochet related things to share that I’m going to do two blog posts about it. 648 more words

Random Acts of Yarn: My First Foray Into Yarnbombing

What is yarnbombing?

When I told my friends that I was working on a yarnbombing project, they had no idea what I was talking about. Yarnbombing is the warm n fuzzy, whimsical cousin of graffiti. 323 more words


Yarn Bombing

I watched a Ted Talk recently about a worldwide movement called “Yarn Bombing” I had never heard of.  It seems to be all around the world and takes a lot of work to make their “bombs”! 23 more words


Knitting the Commons

Throughout summer 2017 we’ll be knitting in the newly named Civic Center Commons in San Francisco, California. The Trust for Public Land is unveiling several new projects to make the three blocks it spans more lovable: Civic Center Plaza, Fulton Street, and UN Plaza. 216 more words


Yarn Bomb Blast!

Traditionally poles, walls and fences have been the canvas for graffiti artists, but yarn bombing has changed the face of street art forever – not even seen as graffiti by most people, but as an entirely acceptable form of urban art. 564 more words

Yarn Bomb in the Neighborhood

About a year ago, I decided that the street sign at the corner of our house was a good venue for a yarn bomb. Thanks to the city park across the street and our location near the town center, there’s lots of foot traffic — neighbors of all ages, dog walkers, commuters, soccer players and fans. 135 more words

Saltwater Hill Knits

Knit Toxteth: a labour of love



To cover (an object or structure in a public place) with decorative knitted or crocheted material, as a form of street art.

“knitters have yarn-bombed Toxteth” 2,048 more words