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The meaning of "yarn bombing"

" Yarn bombing "
The adorning of public buildings with knitted or crocheted material - either for fun or to make a political point.
We wanted to draw attention to the trees that the council planned to cut down so we got the local guerrilla knitters to yarn bomb them for us.
Where did it originate?:
Britain, early 21st century.
Where is it used?:
Initially mostly Britain but quickly spreading to others countries.
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