Travelling Yarnstorms

Woolly Owools: Knit the City yarnstorms Ted Baker

Posted by on Nov 1, 2013 in Deadly Knitshade, Permission to Yarnstorm, The Fastener, UK, Yarnstorms | 0 comments

Woolly Owools: Knit the City yarnstorms Ted Baker

The owools are coming! The owools are coming! Knit the City scattered a whole parliament of owls around Leeds and they didn’t give a hoot who knew it.

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Half Sick of Stitching: Knit the City take over Tate Britain

Posted by on Oct 9, 2012 in Deadly Knitshade, London, Permission to Yarnstorm, The Fastener, UK, Workshops, Yarnstorms | 2 comments

Half Sick of Stitching: Knit the City take over Tate Britain

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Learn to yarnstorm at Knit the City’s Yarnstorm Bootcamp

Posted by on Feb 7, 2012 in Deadly Knitshade, Events, The Fastener, Travelling Yarnstorms | 2 comments

Learn to yarnstorm at Knit the City’s Yarnstorm Bootcamp

GRAFFITI KNITTING NEEDS YOU! For the first time ever you can join two of Knit the City’s most hardcore handmade heroes, dastardly Deadly Knitshade and fibre-flinging The Fastener for a weekend of woolly mischief on the wonderful Isle of Wight. Quick! There’s a limited number of Bootcamp places!

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Berlin: Bobbing Bear-lin Luftballons – the Movie

Posted by on Sep 30, 2011 in Berlin Book Launch, Deadly Knitshade, Germany, How We Made, Lady Loop, Movies, Shorn-a the Dead, Travelling Yarnstorms | 0 comments

Berlin: Bobbing Bear-lin Luftballons – the Movie

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Berlin: The lonesome tale of the Woolly Currywurst

Posted by on Aug 30, 2011 in Berlin Book Launch, Deadly Knitshade, Germany, Lady Loop, Shorn-a the Dead, Travelling Yarnstorms, Yarnstorms | 2 comments

Berlin: The lonesome tale of the Woolly Currywurst

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Yarnstorm the Fifteenth: Tree of Tintenfisch

Posted by on Aug 15, 2011 in Berlin Book Launch, Deadly Knitshade, Germany, Lady Loop, Rest of the World, Shorn-a the Dead, Travelling Yarnstorms, Yarnstorms | 1 comment

Yarnstorm the Fifteenth: Tree of Tintenfisch

What’s a graffiti knitting book launch celebration without a swarm of skybound squid (or Tintenfisch as squid are called in Germany)?

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