Step Inside a Vintage Kitchen Entirely Knitted and Crocheted by Hand

As part of Jumpers and Jazz in July in Warwick, Australia, a group of knitters recently transformed the foyer of the Warwick Art Gallery into a kitchen "entirely knitted, crocheted, felted, woven, and wrapped in yarn." Inspired by an old fashioned kitchen, the project is the work  of 50 artists and it took seven months, and an incredible amount of yarn to complete it. "Yarn bombing is an international phenomenon." gallery director Karina Devine said, "This wasn't about going out in the middle of the night and whacking something up on a fencepost. This was carefully planned. One of our team says our project was more 'art' than 'bombing'."

 Find out more about the project here.

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