Yarn-bombing is basically graffiti using knitted or crocheted cloth rather than paint. Though these samples of street artwork can be removed at any time, they can also last for several years. It is believed the practice started in Texas, of all places, when knitters tried to find a way to get rid of their leftover and unused projects. Yarn-bombing, in contast to painted graffiti, also tends to more about beautification rather than politics, anger, etc.
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