Category Archives: Nitthaeck projects

#29C3 Yarnbombing a Hacker Conference – Picture Gallery

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Every year, between Christmas and New Years Eve, the German Chaos Communications Club holds its Chaos Communications Congress. After some years in Berlin, in 2012 the 29th CCC Congress (hence the abbreviation 29C3) took place in the City of Hamburg. … Continue reading

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Textile Snowflakes – My “Lacetrees” in Himmelpfort

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At 12th December 2013 I created my first two lacetrees and to be honest – I love the result! Santa Claus even came along to say hello and help a bit, just figure! I got really cold hands but had … Continue reading

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Picture Gallery – Belgrad Share Conference Guerrilla Knitting Projects

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This is a collection of pictures from Belgrad, where I attended the shareconference in April 2012. Read about this trip here. Dom Omladine – the hand rail yarnbomb (I added the flower later) Our guerilla knitting workshop with first results… … Continue reading

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Guerilla knitting at Share Conference in Belgrad, Serbia

In April 2012, I was invited as a speaker to the inspiring Share conference in Belgrad. I had a funny mix of engagements there, talking on a panel covering open government, at a press conference on ACTA (and other really … Continue reading

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Picture Gallery – Making of Knitting4Peace Project

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Have fun watching the pics! Should you want to use them – read the copyright note at the end! Copyright notice: All pictures in this post are mine with “some rights reserved” – applicable license is Attribution Non-Commercial (CC BY-NC). … Continue reading

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Knitting for Peace – in Memoriam CC Ravensbrueck – Russian Tank Yarnbomb

Why there? Why now? Why a tank? At 30th of April 1945, Russian troops freed CC Ravensbrueck, the largest women’s concentration camp of the Nazis, with 70 subcamps also in remote areas, a men’s camp and a youth camp for … Continue reading

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