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Not Your Grandma's Knitting: 20 Funky Yarn Bombs

Not Your Grandma's Knitting: 20 Incredible Yarn Bombs

From bike racks to buses, yarn bombers seem to have found a way to knit on almost any kind of outdoor item. These are some of the coolest works out there.

love, love, love this guerrilla knitting from the Netherlands

Jason doesn't know it et, but one morning he will wake up to his bicycle being covered in crochet yarn stripes . It will be a happy morning commute for him. (emitting little quiet laughs, hahaha.) guerrilla knitting from the Netherlands

Yarn Bomb Bicycle Rack Pattern by OyPlushies on Etsy, $5.00

Snake Bike Rack Yarn Bomb by oywiththeplushies

philadelphia street art | Philadelphia Urban Knitting

I love urban knitting!

Elaine Bradford's crochet art exhibit at her local library

Bradford Elephant Crochet Artist Elaine Bradford – Elaine Bradford is an award-winning Houston-based urban artist who uses crochet as her main medium.

yarnbombing crochet

Not much is better than crafty street art on B'ham's favorite elephant! (MsSunflwr's Miss Fancy Yarn bomb by Donna Okoro Avondale Park Birmingham, Alabama)

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Ravelry: KnitsForLife's Worm Meter Eater Yarn Bomb

KnitsForLife's Worm Meter Eater Yarn Bomb

Jessie Hemmons, a Philadelphia fiber artist known as the Philadelphia Yarn bomber, yarnbombed the facade of the museum’s Perelman building using two of Lion Brand Yarn Company’s most popular yarns in bright colors, Hometown USA and Vanna’s Choice. The exhibit runs from May 5 – August 12, 2012.

Jessie Hemmons, a Philadelphia fiber artist known as the Philadelphia Yarn bomber, yarnbombed the facade of the museum’s Perelman building using two of Lion Brand Yarn Company’s most popular yarns in bright colors, Hometown USA and Vanna’s Choice.

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