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There Is A River Here community yarnbomb by Threadwinners. Riverside, CA, 2016.

There Is A River Here community yarnbomb by Threadwinners. Riverside, CA,

Whoever started this civil uprising is awesome and talented and has great delayed-gratification skills

22 Pieces of Awesome Street Art from Around the World

Check out the stopsignflower to visit the brilliance of this idea. Basically a guy's daughter got a knitting kit, he had to learn how to teach her how to do it. He thought of knitting these "stop sign flowers" and put them up around San Diego.

Peace <3 via | Hippies Hope Shop www.hippieshope.com

From an article in the DailyMail about yarnbombing. This is just awesome and I love it. Wish I had a tree like that in the garden. Wish someone would yarnbomb a tree in my yard.

Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam, hand knitted play environments

Meet the Artist Behind Those Amazing, Hand-Knitted Playgrounds

Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam creates large, interactive textile environments that function both as imaginative and vibrant explorations of color and form, at the same time as providing thrilling play environments

Yarn bomb benches in San Francisco

Yarnbombed Benches at San Francisco Ferry Building

I'm always coming across crocheted/knitted blankets at thrift stores that I don't *need* but love anyway. Thinking of applying them to the lemon trees in the backyard, because I love this look and idea so much.

Yarn Bombing Yarnbombing (also known as Knit Graffiti or Knitta) has become a popular way for crafters to practice a new kind of street art. Instead of paint, pre-knit swatches are knitted into objects and sometime veh

Crochet me a spiral

Dovecot Studios Stairwell, design created with wool yarn. This looks so cool. Reminds me a little bit of guerilla art even though this staircase is inside. Love all the colours.