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Guerrilla knitting: a new meaning for gangsta wrap

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Rogue Cosie stitches a neckerchief around the "Make Way for Ducklings" mother-duck statue in Boston's Public Garden. (Photo courtesy of Rogue Cosie)


Magda Sayeg attaches a traditional cozy around a streetlight pole outside of Washington Square Park in New York City. (Photo by Maureen Lovett for CNS)


Owl_or_Nothing's faux bike lock hangs from a bike rack in Sacramento, Calif. (Photo by Kiffanie Stahle; courtesy of Deeply Superficial People)

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Guerrilla knitters are taking their sticks to the streets, throwing yarn bombs and proving that their hobby’s not just for grandmas.