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15 Inedible But Delectable-Looking Dishes From Kate Jenkins’ Crocheted Art

Published 3 weeks ago

Kate Jenkins, a British textile artist, loves to create food-related artworks through her art of crocheting and embroidery. She transforms colorful yarns into desserts and seafood platters, and sometimes even adds a touch of humor to them. With around 25 years of experience, Kate has definitely mastered this art form brilliantly.

“I love to knit and crochet and find it easier to work in this medium,” she tells DeMilked “I am totally passionate about what I do and spend hours working out ways to make the artworks as beautiful as possible and if I can get a joke or a visual pun in the piece and make someone smile that is an added bonus.”

Check out some of her wonderful works in the gallery below.

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Saumya Ratan

Saumya loves to explore beautiful, crazy, and wholesome stuff on the internet. She seeks to find something interesting in everything and strives to share her inspirations and explorations with people all over the world.

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