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Guerrilla Knitting has moved out its traditionally urban environs into the small town of Cape May, New Jersey.

Guerrilla Knitting has moved out its traditionally urban environs into the small town of Cape May, New Jersey.

A rash of colorful knitted pieces have been appearing overnight, wrapped around tree branches and lamp posts in the area of West Cape May’s Wilibraham Park.

Local residents are are of two minds on the mysterious artworks, some feel it’s lawless graffiti, while others find that they add charm to the area.

Press of Atlantic City reports:

Regulars at the park love the handiwork. Susan Longacre, who lives at Victorian Towers in Cape May, takes her daily walk in the park to see the latest attack firsthand. Longacre admitted senior citizens at Victorian Towers have contributed yarn to the midnight knitters, some of whom she knows.

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