Graffiti knitting gets fishy

woolly_walkalong.jpgThere are all kinds of yarnstorms popping up on the graffiti knitting scene and this is one of my favourites so far, The Woolly Walkalong in Devonport, New Zealand.

The 75 metres of Wharf were covered in all manner of knitted sealife sent in from all over the world. The event, organised by handmade mischief maker Knitty Graffity, saw contributions sent in from Sweden, Austria and the USA.

The display was up for six weeks before being taken down and auctioned off to raise money for the Christchurch Earthquake fund.

Knitty Graffity is now starting a new project which you can find out more about over on her blog.

Keep an eye on her for more woolly work you can join in with.

Here's a peek at the Woolly Walk Along on film thanks to Localist.NZ:

[Image via Knitty Graffiti on Facebook]

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