#lovetoKNIT: World's oldest street artist The world has been going Yarnbomb crazy lately, with stories popping up internationally from city to city of public craftiness and colourful collaborations. Voluntary Arts originated their own annual Craftbombs for Voluntary Arts Festival, which have been getting bigger and better every year with hundreds of participants and we're always on the look-out for fantastic stories of crafters that go above and beyond. Enter Grace Brett, 104 years old and part of a guerilla yarn-bombing club! Grace's story has been catching all sorts of attention, so we thought it was only right to give her the #loveto stamp of approval and share it with you, too. Possibly the world's most lovable vandal, when Grace isn't spending time with her six grandchildren and fourteen great-grandkids, she's part of a Scottish yarn-bombing group called the Souter Stormers. She, along with her fellow nefarious knitters, have yarn-bombed 46 landmarks in Selkirk, Ettrickbridge and Yarrow. Lampposts, phoneboxes, even statues saw a healthy dose of colour thanks to the Stormers. Grace was responsible for knitted balls hanging up in shop windows. Of course, she "thought the town looked lovely", as do we! We love stories of just about anyone getting stuck into creativity, especially those like Grace who make the world a better, happier place for it. If you're interested in getting involved in a bit of crafty bombing yourself, visit the Craftbomb page on the Voluntary Arts Week website and join one of the biggest collective crafting sessions each year.