I had not heard of this but I think it is really neat. The road crack ones were definitely my favorite pictures. If unwanted the yarn is definitely a lot easier to remove then a lot of things so would prob. not cause any problems. As a lot of yarns are typically made of cotton I have no problem with it and actually wish I had the skills. I don’t knit or crochet but I wish I knew how.
I LOVE Yarn bombing! Someone, well, probably a few people, yarn bombed our downtown in time for this once a month art gathering we have during the warmer months. I would love to get in on some yarn bombing,haha!
I love knitting and crocheting, but I’m not the kind of knitter/crocheter who makes cozies for everything imaginable. I personally don’t know why the heck an apple would need a cozy, but some people want their apples to be kept warm or something lol so whatever suits them I suppose. *shrugs* However, I have never heard of this “yarn bombing” before either. Although it’s sort of ridiculous it’s kinda cool as well lol. The picture of the bus was the best; It must have taken a long time to make that giant cozy.
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