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  • Elizabeth Gilbert

    Jill and Lorna Watt made amazing fibre art the SF Ferry Building and apparently it’s all been filmed for CCTV America's new show Full Frame. Awesome! #knit #knitting #yarnbomb

  • Lillian Marie Malter

    California-based Yarnboming artists Jill and Lorna Watt of Knits For Life (previously featured here) recently transformed a pair of unassuming benches near the San Francisco Ferry Building into adorably ferocious monsters, complete with six awesome orange feet. The irrepressibly inventive sisters created this delightful yarn installation for an upcoming episode of CCTV America’s new show Full Frame.

  • Kelly Scibetta

    Yarn Bomb at San Francisco's Ferry Building

  • Linda Pelsoh

    Crocheted Monster Benches at the Ferry Building in San Francisco by Jill & Lorna Watt.

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