Guerilla Knitting

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July 5, 2009 by Evin

Public art can be grand and featured, such as a sculpture or mural, or whimsical and unexpected, such as guerrilla knitting. We’ve heard about it, but now we have our very own examples in Cork City! Seen in front of the Cork Vision Centre – this googly-eyed creature. Guerilla knitters usually plan ahead, creating a project then when on-site sewing it up to go around a tree, lamp post, sign, bench, public phone,… you get the idea.

FOR ALL THINGS KNITTING AND CRAFT-RELATED, VISIT MY OTHER BLOG: Spring Stitches.

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