A yarn bomb planter that works and looks good too! Excellent photograph by Monceau.
“Independence is happiness.” – Susan B. Anthony Recently Olek shared this amazing community-crocheted installation and noted, “nearly 200 wonderful people, 1,516,320 loops, 2 months, 450 skeins of my favorite Super Saver Red Heart Yarn and…
This is “Familytree” by Teija Himberg and Tiina Valve. What a fantastic idea for a yarn bomb and a great execution to boot! Photograph by Kalervo Pohjanen.
Yarn bomb by the Thirsk Yarn Bombers. Photo by @LittleMiss_Tink. p.s. I’d be all over those green glitter boots if they came in my size! Note to shoemakers, make funky, glittery girl’s shoes in women’s…
Jerusalem-based artist Talya Tomer-Schlesinger was asked to brighten a local road for an upcoming arts festival, she decided to yarn bomb bus benches with embroidered designs similar to the ones she remembers her grandmother making….
I love how the seat is made of clouds … is that wishful thinking? Photo taken in Honolulu, Hawaii by Craig Engman.
Spotted in Ala Moana, Honolulu, Hawaii – let’s go! Photograph taken and shared by hyphen8.
Two amazing Brazilian artists recently teamed up to make this creative mural! Follow Anne Galante Follow Thiago Goms
I love this yarn-embellished collaboration from Sr. X and Spidertag See a video of it being made. Hat tip: @motodouma Source: Vandalog
Scott Pilgrim: Did you know that the original name for Pac-Man was Puck-Man? You’d think it was because he looks like a hockey puck but it actually comes from the Japanese phrase ‘Paku-Paku,’ which means…
Olek writes from St. Petersburg, Russia, “I am here to support the rights of all people, our freedom to be whoever we want to be, who we truly are, to love whomever we choose, and…
Shared by StreetArtOfOurWorld.
Shared by B-Anne-B.
A guerilla knitting project shared by Veri.
Shared by Nelson Brandão.
Courtesy of Alex Ellison.
Shared by HookiLoop.
Spotted on Nelson Street in Bristol, shared by KrinB.
Submitted by S. Polish who says, “these are crocheted cozies for the NYC Subway turnstiles. This project was executed for the International Yarn Bombing Day 2011.” http://polishable.blogspot.com/
Made and shared by The Underground Council on Public Arts.
Shared by Natasha aka knitwit7.
Photo shared by Roxana Escolar.
Submitted by Alicia of http://duduadudua.blogspot.com.
Sent in by Woolly Mama who says, “Happy Mothers Day everyone!”
Shared by Katzensprotte.
Shared by H G aka surtr.
Sent in by Gnomee who says, these were “placed at Elephant and Castle Bus Stop in SE1 London lasted approx 3 days before removed by Transport for London”.