‘Yarn Stormers’ prepare for colorful mission in Enid

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ENID, Okla.- Residents in Enid will likely see a few unusual sights on their drive to work Friday morning.

The Prairie Yarn Stormers will take to the streets and cover fences, benches, lampposts and trees with knitted and crocheted artwork.

Organizers say they already have over 1,500 pieces of art made by residents between the ages of 11 and 90-years-old.

The group says they simply want to brighten the community and make people smile when they see the colorful creations.

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