We’re very fond of yarn bombing — knitting colorful coverings for trees, Wall Street bulls, or other bits of the urban landscape — as a way of beautifying the city. But this squid tree cozy by Jill and Lorna Watt outdoes all the ones we’ve seen so far.


Jill and Lorna Watt

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Don’t you wish all the trees on your block were going as cephalopods for Halloween? (I guess they can, if you have a sweater machine, four miles of yarn, and 14 hours to spare.)

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