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Yarn Bombed!

Yarn Bombed!

The town of Skowhegan, Maine has become the latest victim of the 'yarn bombing' craze. The phenomenon consists of skilled knitters surreptitiously decorating random urban objects during the night, much to the delight, dismay, and confusion of those who discover their handiwork in the morning. More on the story, including a video report on the yarn bombing 'incident,' at New England Cable News.

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