Yarn bombing may be a controversial practice in some areas, but as well as brightening up the environment or bustling cities, it can also be recycled for other purposes.
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While the actions of guerrilla knitters may seem spontaneous and daring, they actually take a lot of planning and man hours.
Norwalk bus driver Lettie Nash has put smiles on the faces of the 40 students who ride her bus to Cranbury Elementary School by knitting each ... read more
Knitters have many stereotypes, including generalisations that the only people who can successfully master the needles are female or elderly.
But this is certainly not the case, as the craft undergoes a resurgence, appealing to young professionals keen to find a creative and practical outlet.
It'... read more
A highly-acclaimed yarn exhibition is heading to Northumberland this month, bringing together a range of crafts and information about the history of wool.
Sheep Tales and Spinning Yarns will be visiting Alnmouth in the last weekend of November, providing a visual and oral record of the history of... read more