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24 Incredible Yarnbombs From Around The World

In honor of the third annual International Yarnbombing Day, knitters and crocheters took to the streets to cover everything within reach in cozy fiber.

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1. International Yarnboming Day was founded by Canadian fiber artist Joann Matvichuk in 2011. / Via Facebook: events

Yarnbombing is the art of making fiber graffiti (it's sometimes called guerrilla knitting or yarnstorming) and if you've ever encountered a bike or a tree wearing a sweater, that is what it is.

This piece is by Lorri Wagner Talberg.


If you spotted or made a yarnbomb of your own, add it in the comments!

And get in touch with YarnPlaces, which is trying to assemble an interactive map of all the projects.


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