Simply amazing! According to Wikipedia, yarn bombing began in Texas by knitters who wanted to creatively use the leftover bits and pieces from finished projects. These photos come from all over the world as the practice has gone global.
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 vehicles. Yarnbombing projects can be easily removed, and are more often than not embraced by the public.