Guerrilla knitters leave colourful trail in Exeter
These pictures show another guerrilla knitting attack on the outskirts of Exeter.
Residents of Clyst Honiton woke on Wednesday morning to find the village had been "yarnbombed" overnight.
Villagers saw woollen "tags" placed over posts in the East Devon community.
The phenomenon, known as "yarnbombing", is a cross between graffiti and knitting, and Exeter was one of many cities to be hit by guerrilla knitters back in March this year.
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A resident of Clyst Honiton, who sent in the photos, said: "It has certainly made us smile this morning!"
Yarnbombing is thought to have originated in the US, but knitters are now beginning to cover British streets in woollen "tags".
One of the most ambitious pieces of work saw a woman spend an entire week covering a disused single-decker bus in colourful swatches.