Knitwear Artist Kate Jenkins Crochets Sea Food So Well You Can Almost Taste It – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Knitwear Artist Kate Jenkins Crochets Sea Food So Well You Can Almost Taste It

If you want to progress, you have to step out of your comfort zone. Simple as that. So when knitwear designer Kate Jenkins was getting cozy with her career, she started looking for new ways to express her love for wool, textile, and color.

“I have always crocheted since being taught as a small child taught by my mother and grandmother and have continued to use this throughout my career firstly as a knitwear designer and then as an artist,” Jenkins told Bored Panda. Combine that with her interest in the beauty of the everyday, and you get crocheted seafoods.

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