On rare occasions our stitching isn’t as sneaky as usual and some
poor sap kind person invites us to come along and yarnstorm.
These are those yarnstorms:
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.
Blooming Brixton: yarnstorming South London
Spring! Hey, Spring? Where aaaaaaare yooooooooou? No matter how much we wave our fists at the grey and gloomy sky this year, Spring doesn’t seem to be visiting us any time soon. Knit the City’s Deadly Knitshade and The Fastener decided if Spring wasn’t going to come to London then we were just going to have to make our own Spring.
Half Sick of Stitching: Knit the City take over Tate Britain
On London’s lazy river lies an art museum known worldwide, That houses art of many...
Free workshop: Half Sick of Stitching at Tate Loud
Join Knit the City for our latest ‘Permission to Yarnstorm’ installation ‘Half Sick of Stitching’ at Tate Britain. For one day only we join the Punchdrunk Enrichment and a gaggle of amazing artists for the Tate Loud event on September 22nd from 12-5pm.
Free Weave a Woolly Web Workshop with Deadly Knitshade all day too. Exciting!
A knitted Monster is released in London
A giant woolly knitted monster has been released in London and you have a whole month to find him. Meet Dial M for Monster, or Muncher for short.
Permission to Yarnstorm: Handmade Heroes! The Knit the City Book Launch
when the Knit Signal shone on the skies above Soho, the KTC Yarn Corps: Deadly Knitshade, Shorn-a the Dead, The Fastener and Lady Loop, leapt into the Knitmobile and faster than a stitched speeding bullet hotfooted it our book launch.
Permission to Yarnstorm: Tate Britain Unexpected Artworks
What happens when one of London’s most famous art museums invites two of...
Permission to yarnstorm: Kirby’s Epic Yarnstorm
When the world’s most famous computer game company loses one of their best-loved characters in a giant magic sock there are very few people who they can call for help. We were armed to the teeth with sharpened needles and were on our way…
Permission to yarnstorm: Knit the City knit John Smedley
It was an unlikely match: one of Britain’s oldest knitwear designers (they’ve been making trendy knits for over 200 years) and one of London’s sneakiest stitching crews. But when John Smedley invited the Knit the City Yarn Corps to show a little of their history in graffiti knitted form we were wooed by just how much history they had.