In the weeks after the devastating earthquake in Mexico City I felt the impeding need to do something for my neighborhood that was terribly damaged and sad. I wanted to hug all my neighbors, give us hope and remember that we weren’t alone in this feeling of dispare, so, since I needed to knit to calm my nerves anyway, I decided to knit big hearts and literally hug the trees in front of the collapsed buildings while metaphorically hugging every person that walked by with a sad face and fear in their hearts.

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Yarnbombing In La Morena Street, In The Neighborhood Of Narvarte Where 3 Buildings That Collapsed

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Yarnbombing In Concepcion Beistegui Street, In The Neighborhood Of Narvarte Where 1 Building Collapsed

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Yarnbombing In Concepcion Beistegui Street, In The Neighborhood Of Narvarte Where 1 Building Collapsed

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Yarnbombing In Concepcion Beistegui Street, In The Neighborhood Of Narvarte Where 1 Building Collapsed

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Yarnbombing In Rebsamen Street, In The Neighborhood Of Narvarte Where Several Buildings Were Severely Damaged

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Yarnbombing In Escocia Street, In The Neighborhood Of Del Valle Where Two Buildings Collapsed Killing More Than 30 People

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Yarnbombing In Zapata Avenue, In The Neighborhood Of Narvarte Where One Building Collapsed Killing More Than 10 People And Others Were Severely Damaged

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Yarnbombing In Rebsamen Street, In The Neighborhood Of Narvarte Where Several Buildings Were Severely Damaged

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Yarnbombing In Zapata Avenue, In The Neighborhood Of Narvarte Where One Building Collapsed Killing More Than 10 People And Many Others Were Severely Damaged

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Yarnbombing In Córdova Street, In The Neighborhood Of La Roma Where One Building Collapsed

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