By Ian Hanigan
Talk about spinning a yarn.
With this being Teacher Appreciation Week, some Eastshore Elementary School sixth-graders decided to show their gratitude toward teacher Patricia Goheen in a pretty colorful way — by “yarn bombing” the railing outside her classroom.
For those of you who haven’t heard of it, yarn bombing is a relatively new type of street art in which public structures are wrapped in knitted or crocheted displays. Not only are they pleasant to look at, but they’re also easily removable.
We’re told that Goheen, a sixth-grade
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