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Hey future baby. You are totally getting knit hot air balloons. $3 for pattern, $40 completed.

Lovely crochet window "curtain" by Babukatorium in Poland -- made of 36 different coloured spiderwebs (in rainbow order), recycled from the Rainbow Tree like the light pole's "dress" (www.flickr.com/...). She just washed the old project's spiderwebs and added a black border to commemorate the Tree.

....Yarn Bombing... I saw this and I immediately thought of Kino! my yoga hero! She needs one a rainbow tube top, & I'll be happy to make her one! :0)...

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.