Giraffe Yarn Bombs Have Taken Over the Civic Center Commons in San Francisco, California

Giraffe Yarn Bombs Have Taken Over the Civic Center Commons in San Francisco, California

Look a those wee winky legs – so cute! Update 2018, listen to KQED’s interview with Jill and Lorna here.

Giraffe Yarn Bombs Have Taken Over the Civic Center Commons in San Francisco, California

Giraffe Yarn Bombs Have Taken Over the Civic Center Commons in San Francisco, California

Giraffe Yarn Bombs Have Taken Over the Civic Center Commons in San Francisco, California

Designed and installed by Jill and Lorna Watts of Knits For Life as part of the “Knitting the Commons” project. These could be up for two years!


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1 Comment

  1. sue

    Love it! I like too the impression that the giraffes are feeding off the trees. Keep up the good work! Greetings and Best Wishes from Normandie, Sue

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