This video from England says about itself:
The whole scarf rolled out! Wool Against Weapons
10 August 2014
Yarn Bomb, not real Bombs! Wool Against Weapons is an anti war grassroots campaign to draw attention to the Governments proposed £120bn spend to renew Trident. Thousands of knitters have been joining in from all over the world, in what has been a truly international effort to produce over 11,000 meters of scarf. The project has been led by Stroud’s Jaine Rose and saw the unrolling of the scarf between AWE Aldermaston and AWE Burghfield on August 9th 2014. The scarf will now be repurposed into blankets which will be used for humanitarian aid, including projects in Tanzania, Uganda, Syria, and the U.K.
When First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones first commented that Britain’s nuclear-armed submarines would be “more than welcome” in Wales if they were kicked out of Scotland he was met with derision by the people of Wales and across Britain.
Jones quickly backpeddled, describing the statement as “entirely academic” when he realised not only the strength of Welsh opposition to nuclear weapons, but also that his economic case for “welcoming” Trident had more holes than Swiss cheese.
The job losses entailed in closing down facilities in Milford Haven to make way for Trident would far outstrip the jobs brought to the country.
The Ministry of Defence knows this full well, but apparently it’s now reviewing its own homework to try to find a different answer.
People in Wales and across Britain don’t want £100 billion poured into the black hole of nuclear weapons spending.