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A Knitted Wonderland art installation by Knitta Please founded by Magda Sayeg. 99 trees in the Blanton’s Faulkner Plaza in Austin, Texas were covered.

yarn bomb: love unexpected public art- I think we need these in downtown New Philadelphia!  Do you think anyone would notice!

Creative Yarn Bombed Trees - this one is in Dallas! I was a part of that bombing, but this is not my bomb.

Urban Knitting Montalbán

Urban Knitting Montalbán

Art from a street lamp and tracks in the snow.

Funny pictures about That's Quite A Spectacle. Oh, and cool pics about That's Quite A Spectacle. Also, That's Quite A Spectacle photos.

White Crocheted Tree | 15 Yarn Bombs - I have mixed feelings about "tree sweaters"...Love the whimsy and juxtaposition between nature and man-made craft, but I wonder if the poor tree feels like a dog in a sweater. Humiliated and uncomfortable?  #mollietakeover

It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s 15 Yarn Bombs!

Thanks to Berg for the tip to this fabulous new knit bomb interpretation! See so many doilies at thrift stores. Maybe I should do my tree in the back yard for the garden tour. That would shake a few people up.

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!

embroidered street art

Cross stitch yarn bomb on a park bench run rabbit run street art public art with whimsy

It is said that this urban art developed back in 2004 in the Netherlands and has spread all over the world. The aim is to add colour and warmth to cold and sterile objects or places. Although it really is an illegal pursuit it can easily be removed and if left could last for years to add cheer.

This is yarn bombing

45 Yarn Bomb Pictures To See The Creativeness Of Urban Knitting Trend