Tour a city of Yarnstorms with our Knit the City map

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(Zoom out to see our yarnstorms spread across London and beyond)


1. London, South Bank, Skate Park: South Bank Boot Camp
2. London, South Bank, London Pride statue: South Bank Boot Camp
3. London, South Bank, Tate Modern bollards: South Bank Boot Camp
4. London, South Bank, Gabriel’s Wharf signpost: South Bank Boot Camp
5. London, Knightrider Street: South Bank Boot Camp
6. London, St Paul’s Cathedral belisha beacon: South Bank Boot Camp
7. London, Covent Garden: The Yarnstorming of Covent Garden
8. London, Westminster: Parliament Square Phonebox Cosy
9. London, Leake Street: Web of Woe
10. London, Leake Street: Memorial of Melancholy
11. London, St Clement’s: Oranges and Lemons Odyssey
12. London, St Martin’s Orgar: Oranges and Lemons Odyssey
13. London, St Sepulchre-without Newgate: Oranges and Lemons Odyssey
14. London, St Leonard’s: Oranges and Lemons Odyssey
15. London, St Dunstans: Oranges and Lemons Odyssey
16. London, St Mary le Bow: Oranges and Lemons Odyssey
17. London, Aldwych Station, The Strand: Gate of Ghouls
18. London, Royal Opera House: Nutcracker Knitmare Before Christmas
19. London, BFI IMAX: Wall of Wonderland
20. London, Camden Pirate Castle: Plunder of Pirates
21. London, Brook Street: John Smedley Storm
22. London, Natural History Museum: Stitched Sealife Escapees
23. London Bridge: Handmade Herd
24. London, Piccadilly Circus: Hubbub of Hearts
25. London, Elephant and Castle: Kirby’s Epic Yarnstorm
28. London, Soho, Gosh Comics: Handmade Heroes
29: London, Deptford Market: Stitch Street Art Show
30: London, Parliament Square: Phone Box Cosy the Revenge
31: London, South Bank (London Eye): Great British Button Biathlon 1

32. London, Tate Britain: Half Sick of Stitching

33. London, Brixton, Ferndale Road: Blooming Brixton

26. Berlin, Pariser Platz (Brandenburg Gate) – Bobbing Bear-lin Luftballons
27. Berlin, Dom: Tree of Tintenfisch



  1. Are the knitted grafittis still at the locations on the map above or have they since been taken down?

    • Most of them have disappeared. Once they have been ‘released into the wild’ we don’t really keep track of them. They’re free to wander.

      We hope they find good homes.

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