Looking for some rebellious knitting inspiration?  Whether you’re working on a colorful sweater for the tree across the street, looking to decorate the sign posts outside your yarn shop, or thinking about covering an entire bus in knit graffiti, these links are sure to inspire your inner fiber arts rebel.

Cheekbones and Couture This post showcases guerilla knitting from across the globe, including a British telephone booth covered in yarn, a couple trees with bright, quirky sweaters, and a bus that’s been yarn bombed from roof to tires.

Aka Tombo Millinery Another picture showcase guerilla knitting, here you can view lamp posts, street signs, bike racks, statues, and more that have all been knitted over in amazing rebellious works of art.  There also another view of the bus from the first post.

Knitta Please An article on Wikipedia explaining the knit graffiti movement and how it got started.  Short and to the point with a few example pics.

Magda Sayeg  The founder of Knitta, Please shares some of her greatest guerilla knitting conquests, including famous landmarks around the world.

Knit the City A fun site dedicated to the yarnstorming movement in London.