Nifty·Posted on Jun 10, 201324 Incredible Yarnbombs From Around The WorldIn honor of the third annual International Yarnbombing Day, knitters and crocheters took to the streets to cover everything within reach in cozy fiber.by Alanna OkunBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. International Yarnboming Day was founded by Canadian fiber artist Joann Matvichuk in 2011. facebook.com / 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. 2. This year, it took place on Saturday, June 8th. facebook.com / Via Facebook: events Although yarnbombers, not particularly concerned with restrictions, celebrated all weekend long. In Alberta, Canada. 3. Yarn enthusiasts hit Florida. facebook.com / Via Facebook: events By Alex Brummitt. 4. San Jose, Costa Rica. facebook.com / Via Facebook: events Photo by Nat Sibaja. 5. Melbourne, Australia. instagram.com Which is apparently the yarnbombing capital of the known universe. 6. Toledo, Ohio. instagram.com By Streetspun. 7. Palo Alto, California. instagram.com By Lorna Watt (aka Knitsforlife). 8. Freeport, Maine. instagram.com 9. Hiroshima, Japan. instagram.com By bon_chic. 10. Rosslyn, Virginia. instagram.com 11. Melbourne again. instagram.com 12. Vancouver, Canada. instagram.com 13. instagram.com Both by Hiné Mizushima (aka sheishine. 14. Los Angeles, California. instagram.com Outside Artstring Boutique. 15. Brooklyn, New York. instagram.com By London Kaye. 16. Houston, Texas. instagram.com 17. Uppsala, Sweden. instagram.com By Elisabeth Bucht, aka the unbelievable, who you should be following on Instagram even if you've never touched a ball of yarn in your life. 18. Even more Melbourne. instagram.com 19. Atlanta, Georgia. instagram.com By Morgan Pellegrino. 20. Wherever someone really, really loves "Adventure Time." instagram.com 21. Los Angeles, California. instagram.com By Ellegra. 22. San Mateo, Calfornia. instagram.com 23. Perth, Australia. instagram.com By Heatherlie. 24. And Davis, California. instagram.com Come to think of it, the state of California can definitely give Melbourne a run for its yarnbombing money. 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.