crochet french fries by kate jenkins

crochet french fries by kate jenkins.probably would not crochet these, but love the idea of "French" fries--maybe with pencils(decorated)?

Jo Hyam - Textiles: 3D Jo Hyam - made by sandwiching silk fibres, tiny pieces of fabric and textured threads between layers of soluble film & machine stitched. I may add hand stitching, beads, or glitter. - damp cloth is placed over a mould, eg a vase, a medium (such as varnish) added, and left to dry; the more shaped, ruched or folded pieces will be dried with a hair drier to set the piece before being left for up to a week to dry completely. http://www.johyam.co.uk

textile made by sandwiching silk fibres, tiny pieces of fabric and textured threads between layers of soluble film & machine stitched. It's hand stitched, beaded, or glitter.

Damien Hirst The Tears of Jesus, 2003

DAMIEN HIRST Pharmaceuticals, 2005 Inkjet print in colors, on wove paper, with full margins, I.

Felt pea pod bag by Teri Berry

Pink peapod design shoulder bag with by TeriBerryCreations on Etsy

Holly Levell - Textile Artist specialising in the everydayness through her soft sculptures.

POP ART Holly Levell - Textile Artist specialising in the everydayness through her soft sculptures.

Felt containers. 100% wool. Depending on size can be used for different purposes. Felt thickness: 10 mm. 100% sheep wool. Design: Shiina+Nardi. Made by Tumar Art Group.

Depending on size can be used for different purposes. Made by Tumar Art Group.

A marvellous meal of crocheted delicacies, inspired by some of the most recognisable foods on supermarket shelves.

Exhibition: Kate's Crochet Market - in pictures

Perri Lewis serves up a marvellous meal of crocheted delicacies by Brighton-based artist Kate Jenkins

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