What’s Next?

We will continue to yarn bomb Whitehorse and beyond and are open to suggestions, offers and commissions from individuals and organizations.    Please post on our facebook wall, send us an email or tweet… Continue reading

New Video! Knitting for History: Yarn Bombing the DC-3

Our amazing photographer, Tyler Kuhn spent all day taking photos of the five hour installation. In the end he sorted through over 44.000 photos to create this stunning time laps video of the… Continue reading

August 16-19 we’re at the Riverside Arts Festival

We’re off to the 12th Annual Riverside Arts Festival for the Discovery Days weekend this Thursday to Monday.  I’m super excited to meet and hopefully collaborate with other artists and for the You Bring… Continue reading


The photos keep coming in!  Thanks to everyone who has shared or sent us photos of the installation.  If you were there and took some shots and you’d like to share them with… Continue reading

Sewing Bee wrap up

It’s hard to believe that tomorrow we finally being to install the yarn bomb for the DC-3!  We’ve been working on the project for over six months and are so excited to start… Continue reading

Yarn Bombed Bikes

On the theme of transportation based yarn bombs, I thought I’d write about one of the ways I like to get around town – by bicycle.  I decided to yarn bomb my bike… Continue reading

Yarn Bombing the DC-3 Part 2

We’ve been busy working away at sewing together the yarn bomb for the DC-3.  The weeks have flown by and I’ve been so busy sewing, I wasn’t able to update the blog as… Continue reading

Interviews and Articles

We’ve been thrilled at all the great press we’ve been receiving on a local, national and international level. The support for this project has been amazing.   If you missed our interviews, you… Continue reading

Why do I yarn bomb?

We’ve been receiving quite a lot of wonderful press these days and the question always comes up. Why do I yarn bomb? I yarn bomb because it’s an extension of my artistic practice,… Continue reading