Via Pop City Media
Whether you call it guerilla knitting, yarn bombing or crochet combat, the effect is some very colorful graffiti of a decidedly grandmotherly kind. From fences to trees, from stop signs to city buses, WebUrbanist has collected fifty-one examples of the practice from around the Internet for your viewing pleasure, and if you’re interested in getting in on the action, check out the links to Yarn Bombing and Knit the City below.
We’re particularly fond of Alicia Kachmar for putting the sweater on Pittsburgh’s Mr. Rogers statue. Well done!
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