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  • Alyson Breathed

    yarn bombed christmas tree

  • Tina Woodcock Johanning

    Cities Under Seige: Attack of the Yarnbombers!

  • Sharon Silverman Crochet

    Yarn Bombing in the Queen City!

  • Rocket Moe

    It is the red ball tree - yarn bombing

  • Katie Bassett

    For those who are unfamiliar with yarn bombing it is exactly what it sounds like – graffiti that is knit, crocheted, tatted, wrapped, and woven.  It is a great way to change and play with the urban form in a semi-permanent way.  Projects can be big, small, simple, or extremely complex.

  • Elizabeth Dryden

    A tree wrapped in red yarn in Bejing's art district, Factory 798 By Aaron Robertson

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