My kind of grafitti, 1 of 2

Yesterday was International Yarn Bombing Day and Sequim became a target. Fiber artists – knitters, felters, weavers, crocheters – from the North Olympic Peninsula adorned our streets with random color and whimsy.

The Sunshine Cafe on Washington Street was one of the first targets earlier this week.

Nothing was safe as the city was cloaked in bits and pieces of fibrous splendor.

More shots tomorrow.

7 thoughts on “My kind of grafitti, 1 of 2”

  1. Both the trike and the sewer cover are eye-poppers. Had to look up “yarn bombing day.” It certainly is different and a bit odd for celebration; am I missing something?!

  2. o wow! thats great! especially the last one. how long is it going to stay…?
    im wondering if boston got hit too! we havent wandered arond the city for too long…
    (btw thanks for the whale-link, that was really cool to see… we didnt get to see such spectacular things, but it was still pretty amazing..!)

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