Two of our weekend visitors who went to Leeds on Saturday for the Tour de France Grand Depart brought back photos of knitting and crochet they had seen. The lass in the yellow woolly is one of eight nymphs in Leeds City Square, holding lamps. There are two different models, Morn and Even, (that's poetic for Morning and Evening, I suppose). I think this one is Even, because some of the others look a bit more awake. They often seem a bit chilly and under-dressed for the weather, and so she looks as though a warm jersey would be welcome, though frankly, the rest of her needs a bit of covering up too.
The Black Prince is also in City Square in Leeds (though I have no idea what connection he had with Leeds, if any).
And finally: I know that there was a lot of knitted bunting in Harrogate, in the shape of little Tour de France jerseys, but there was also at least one stretch of it in Huddersfield too.