YARN BANDITS keep community in stitches

FENCE FUN—The Acorn published a story May 6 about the yarn garden sprouting on a fence at Triunfo and Lindero Canyon roads in Westlake Village, “made by our anonymous knitter-fairies,” said Kelly Honig, the city’s mayor. “It is the talk of the community and it makes everyone so happy.” It appears the anonymous contributions to the colorful knitting art has grown. The yarn bandits have placed their stitched work in other communities, too, including Oak Park and Camarillo, just to cheer up the res...

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