I’ve mentioned a few times that Yarn Bombing Los Angeles is doing a big crochet installation at a Los Angeles museum this year called CAFAM: Granny Squared. They explain:

“YBLA has teamed up with crocheters all over the world to cover the facade of the Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, California, in granny squares. This will be a public art project that will make a colorful statement and feature the work of people from all over the world, artists and non-artists alike.”

A couple hundred of us contributed squares to cover the facade of the building. The group has now created a website that shows off the different contributions from all of us who donated squares. I’m so honored that they included this photo of my contribution:

crochet squares

Do check out the site which allows you to look at the contributions by contributor, location, square colors, number of squares and more. Great organization on their part. I really hope that I’ll get a chance to get down to LA to see the exhibit this spring.


San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!


  1. Liz Hasler Reply

    I love it! It looks so awesome. The colors are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing

  2. Wow, that is such a wonderful project, I would love to be able to see it for myself but I am very far away from LA, such a shame…anyway…

    Have a great time!!

    Lluisa xx

  3. Stephanie B. Reply

    I wand to do this but time got away from me! How awesome, congrats!

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