Yarn Bombing sighted in Breckenridge, Colorado

What the heck is yarn bombing you ask?

Well, let’s see. The New York Times calls it creating graffiti with yarn and while I resent their statement that knitting is a matronly craft (pardon me?), I can’t think of a better definition of yarn bombing.

Last weekend, we ran into a little bombing of our own on this statue outside the Barney Ford historic house, which is run by the Summit Historical Society of Summit County.

Yarn bombing Barney Ford House and Museum

This little guy had his own little yarn graffiti on the back side of the statue.

Yarn bombing Barney Ford House and Museum

Here’s Barney Ford sporting his lovely tie:

Yarn bombing Barney Ford House and Museum

More resources on yarn bombing (in case you’re still curious):


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