Yarn Bombing in San Diego

MarcyIt is not every day I meet yarn bombers. But luckily, I met one last week, her name Marcy Kraft. Like her last name, she is very crafty. She started this “hobby” as a stay-at-home-mom and it blossomed from there. She was part of the team that created the stop sign yarn bomb flowers in Clairemont. Since then she was commissioned to do an installation in the Westfield Mall in Mission Valley.  It is obvious to me that Marcy’s mission is to make art. Marcy with the help of 35 other contributors spruced up the Children’s Park in San Diego with approx. 30 crocheted Rubik’s Cube facades just for Comic-Con. She did this project in three months. Hard to believe that Marcy started crocheting only a couple of years ago and it has blossomed into art commissions and making San Diego a better place. Follow her on Facebook to see more about her installations and her other work.

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