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Knittin’ Kitten is participating in a yarn-bombing project in Federation Square, Melbourne this Winter. It is loosely themed around light and fire in Winter. Knitted and crocheted pieces will be adorning lanterns and the poles of a temporary structure. Here are some pictures of what we’ve got so far.

We are working with other local artists to make this project a success. Stay tuned for more updates!

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Welcome to the new look KnitWits blog!

I thought the old layout looked a bit dark and crowded so here’s a brighter, cleaner page to enjoy. Stay posted for some exciting developments in the world of yarn bombing in Melbourne. We are involved in a very exciting up-coming project. More updates to come!

KK

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Photography by Knittgenstein

We put these tags up on Sydney Road the other night and it promptly rained for the next 24 hours. I wonder how they fared…

Photography by Knittgenstein

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by Knittin' Kitten

The latest tag, on Sydney Road, we never wander far from home….

It’s hard to see in the photo but it read ‘This is Knot Graffiti’.

 

Photography by Knittgenstein.

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by Knittin' Kitten

by Knittin' Kitten

On a visit to Brunswick Library yesterday, we noticed that someone had tagged the bike stand outside the front door. This inspired us to add a tag of our own, to also say hello.

Was this first tag yours? Leave us a comment!

Tag by Knittin’ Kitten, photography by Knittgenstein.

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Last night in Northcote, these two pole cosies appeared. One of them was made by Kittgenstien’s mum! The other by Knittin’ Kitten. Photography by Knittgenstien (the good photo) and Knittin’ Kitten (the dark photo). One is outside a cool little craft store, the other is outside Open Studio, on High Street. Enjoy!

by Knittgenstien's mum

by Knittin' Kitten

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Brunswick Bound

Tonight we tagged the door of our local bookshop, Brunswick Bound. The bomb was made by Knittin’ Kitten, while the photo was taken by Knittgenstein. We hope the owners of the shop will leave this tag here for a little while but who knows. The design was inspired by Autumn hues and, for the first time, features buttons as added decoration. We hope you like it, and we hope it lasts.

KK

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