Yarn bombers took art to the streets by leaving crocheted pieces on trees, railings and signs outside the Dahl Arts Center.

The Black Hills Fiber Arts Guild took credit for the installation which was put up on Sunday.

Colorful pom-poms and weaves of yarn were strung along branches and railings along the Seventh Street entrance.

Dahl staffer Emma Rivers and Rapid City Arts Council volunteer Joyce Payton, both members of the Fiber Arts Guild, thought the splash of color would be fitting for spring, according to Executive Director Pepper Massey.

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