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The story goes that 1000 blankets were expected at this yarnbombing event in Helsinki, Finland, but ended up with 7800 and used only about half the pile. After the yarnbombing event all the blankets were donated to the safe house movement.

Helsinki's Cathedral, Finland  Yarn Bombing at it's Best!

Helsinki's Cathedral, Finland

One of my places in Helsinki. So the cathedral + yarn bombed steps is extra special.Granny Square afghans on the steps outside Helsinki's Cathedral, Finland. Photo by Peter Morris.

Marttaliitto järjesti täkkitempauksen - Kotimaan uutiset - Ilta-Sanomat

Thousands of Yarn Blankets covered Cathedral steps in Finland - then were donated to shelters.

Explosion de  couleurs dans la ville...FÉÉRIQUES et POÉTIQUE.

Yarn bombing

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I love yarn bombing! Yarn Bombing Helsinki (j) Granny Square Afghans on the steps outside Helsinki Cathedral, Finland - via Vintage Culture Melbourne

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Wandering, growing Altar Cloth - created over a year, as it travelled around 15 churches.

could be the stairway to heaven.

San Francisco’s Mosaic Staircase. Hidden art gem in San Francisco; head to and Moraga to discover The Avenue Tiled Steps. Not only will you be able to see some amazing views of the city, you'll get to appreciate a beautiful mosaic running up 163 steps.

¿Viajas a Helsinki? No puedes hacerlo sin antes leer las 10 Cosas imprescindibles que debes ver en un día en Helsinki. La guía perfecta para tu viaje.

10 Cosas imprescindibles que debes ver en un día en Helsinki

#KaarinaKaikkonen  #Helsinki

Tie / Road, 2000 (miesten pikkutakit) jacket installation by Kaarina Kaikkonen on the steps of the Helsinki Cathedral, Finland

How to Explore Helsinki, Finland in One Day.  Click the pin to read the post from www.flirtingwiththeglobe.com

Exploring Helsinki in a Day

How to Explore Helsinki, Finland in One Day. Click the pin to read the post…

In London, a group of women knitted the outside walls of this home from garbage bags, old plastic bags and rope.

“And while some people think knitting is to remain behind walls, we build walls that are knitted.”

The ultimate yarn-bombed house -- by the London knitting group Knitting Site Made from recycled materials - plastic bags, rope, etc.

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