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Friday, November 06, 2009
Knit the City .com
The remains of a halloween inspired knitthecity.com display on the Strand. The rise of craft based trends such as knitting are taking on a new role in our culture, and by displaying the work around the city allows it to reach a new audience.
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Using traditional craft techniques to decorate/adorn/graffiti our surroundings adds a new dimention to the usually 'safe' and maybe somewhat 'old fashioned' outlets for craft.