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  • Laura S.

    Stop sign flowers! #yarnbombing #street #art

  • Barbara Fitzgerald

    Stop sign knit bomb #arteurbana #streetart #grafite #mural #street #arte #art #sign

  • Ricardo Rambal Fattori

    I made a street sign flower like this last summer. In fact, I have two more sets made, ready to set up as soon as summer arrives. I used the recommended yarn but made my leaves twice as big and used a heavier gauge wire ro shape the leaves. I finally took it down after 6 weeks when it started to look shabby.

  • Ketutar J.

    Over 100 signs were bombed in San Diego before the city asked that the project stop. However, over a year later some of the flowers were still up and intact. Here’s the crochet pattern if you want to beautify your own neighborhood.

  • Anne Hartley

    Yarn Bomb: Stop Sign Flower, San Diego, California

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