World of Streetcolor 

An anonymous knitter bombs the streets of Berkeley.

Twelve years of sweater-making might lead the average knitter to burn out. It led Berkeley artist Streetcolor to completely revamp her operation — and re-conceive her identity in the process. Never content to be the stay-at-home crafter with a ball of yarn…

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