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34 Adorable Things To Do With Leftover Bits Of Yarn

Pay homage to your craft with a downright cascade. | 34 Adorable Things To Do With Leftover Bits Of Yarn

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Tree-mendous: The astonishing cobweb 'yarnbombing' that took graffiti knitter three months

This rainbow-coloured spiderweb crochet design took three months to stitch by an artist known only as Babukatorium

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Giant Granny Squares, love them! I've been longing to make a crochet rug with super bulky yarn and a huge crochet hook...

Knitters turn to graffiti artists with 'yarnbombing'


Brilliant idea to liven up a dull lane or building.

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.

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Unbelievable Yarnbombing in Canada

Unbelievable Yarnbombing in Canada!