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    • Molly Frances

      Some one yarn bombed this statue for Halloween, making them look like they are wearing fancy dress. This is really good and I like how it involves the statue more with the public.

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      halloween pumpkin head yarn bomb. must-see! #halloween #knitting #yarnbomb #knithacker


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    • Nancy Himes

      Marble Figure with Knit Pumpkin Head Halloween Costume

    • Sébastien Ribaute

      Colourful World of Yarn Bombing | Parka Blogs

    • Hope Wiley

      Yarn bombed Halloween--cutest thing evar!!

    • Esperanza

      Creepy! Halloween pumpkin head yarn bomb.

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