Jennifer Kim put seeds in her yarn bomb. This makes her a genius. Come to my house next spring and you will see yarn/seed bombs everywhere. Seriously folks, what a great idea. Frack!
Source: Street art takes cozy turn with yarn bombing by Trupti Rami. Photograph by Melanie Lynch.
Part of “The War Rug Project” — by Barbara Koenen
Spotted and shared by Lily Dustbin (who also runs knithacker!).
Made and shared by Liz du Canada.
Shared by hier houd ik van.
Photo via: http://pics.livedoor.com/u/m203gow
FOR EVERYONE!! Made and shared by Yarn Wrap.
Made and shared by kraft croch.
It’s a baby knithack too. Shared by Joel Zimmer.
Here are a few pics the huzbond and I took yesterday of Cambridge’s Main Street Bridge: Full collection here: knithacker’s knitcambridge flickr set Project Details: http://knitcambridge.com
Snapped and shared by The Bees. For those who know the area (Cambridge, Ontario), it’s the Grand River Bridge they’re covering, which usually looks like this: http://bit.ly/bs71FM I’m thinking about going out there to take…
There’s a mouthful! Shared by CaZaTo Ma.
I didn’t know Limpets existed until today: “Limpet is a common name for numerous different kinds of saltwater and freshwater snails (aquatic gastropod mollusks) that have a simple shell which is basically conical in shape….
Taken and shared by John Lamar.
Taken and shared by Grandmother’s Legacy.
Shared by Really Turning Japanese.
Shared by sheepthief.
… it was only a matter of time. Made and uploaded by eidechse.
York School Yard Yarn Bomb Originally uploaded by helenamyes TROLLS!
9_CITY_GUERILLA_KNITTING Originally uploaded by Newcastle ScienceFest
cravat Originally uploaded by lamont_cranston
Jafagirls Graff Outside Superlfy Comics Originally uploaded by Corrine B. http://jafagirls.wordpress.com
The Arches of Hobart Originally uploaded by Susan Cheng’s Collection
Knitted glove Originally uploaded by twenty90seven
Sonya Philip of wax and wool fame put together a few pieces for the SINGLE FARE show that recently took place in NYC. The show featured small works made on used metrocards. How amazing is…