I still haven't tried it, but here are a couple of posts with photos of various yarn bombs around Montreal:
Political Yarn Bombs, Solo Yarn Bombs and Les Ville-laines Collective.
Meanwhile, I came across a couple of funny patterns the other day. One was for a Canadian Cloud. I couldn't figure out what it was! A little Googling turned up this explanation: a cloud is a stole.
A Canadian cloud, according to Murray's Magazine in 1888 is explained this way: "Their tuques are smaller and closer, and generally almost concealed by the fleecy folds of a 'cloud'–that peculiarly Canadian wrap which, consisting of a fringed strip of loosely knitted or woven thick soft wool nine feet long and eighteen inches wide, is both comfortable and becoming."
I can't even use a drop spindle yet! But I have just finished a scarf. Photos coming soon!