Knit Graffiti in Yellow Springs, Ohio

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Garth at Extreme Craft writes:

Speaking of public art, Knit graffiti isn’t just for the shadowy yarn anarchists of Knitta anymore. The town of Yellow Springs, Ohio has gone cuckoo for adorning their trees with yarn. Residents of the town have embraced knit graffiti in a big way, covering the town’s “knitknot” tree in knit panels filled with in-jokes and family artifacts.

Read more at Extreme Craft on what the folks do at Yellow Springs to get their trees all knitted up!

6 thoughts on “Knit Graffiti in Yellow Springs, Ohio

  1. T says:

    Someone in my lovely hometown of Norfolk, VA was doing a little knit-fiti, but it mysteriously disappeared. Rumor has it some city official removed them….not all cities are as cool as others.

  2. Sarah says:

    This is extremely bad ass. I love it!

  3. Corrine says:

    You know what I was thinking when ap took the photo? What the heck am I doing up in this tree.
    Yep, we had fun doing it, but my I am astonished at the press about it.
    If you want to see a slide show or info about it, visit our website (non commercial) http://www.jafagirlart.com
    Glad people got a kick out of it.

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