What is yarn bombing?
Have you ever heard of the term yarn bombing before? If you haven’t, I have a feeling we’re going to open up a whole new world to you, my guest and I. Yarn bombing is the act of wrapping an object in yarn to give it a new life or color. You’ll most often find yarn bombing in public places, where it can be admired. Now you may wonder, is yarn bombing illegal? Or is yarn bombing harmful? These questions and more are answered right here on this episode.
I’m joined by, London Kaye, a street artist based in Brooklyn who has been leaving a real mark in the industry. She has been featured in the New York Times and has worked with some of the biggest brands – Starbucks, Gap and Miller Lite to name a few and she has recently launched her own yarn line and crochet hook! London is passionate about her craft and shares her successes, struggles and advice. This is a good one guys!
- About London and her journey
- What yarn bombing is
- How to start your first yarn bomb project
- Best practices for yarn bombing so it’s legal
- London’s secret to success
Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from London!
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Links & Resources
Find London on Instagram @madebylondon
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