Looking at these incredibly delicious and luxuriously served dishes, I want to try them right there. However, if you get closer and take a closer look, you immediately start laughing. This is admitted by many who have ever seen a "product" made by Kate Jenkins. The fact is that she is a craftswoman and all her seafood masterpieces, assorted vegetables, spectacular toasts and even rolls are knitted of wool.
Keith lives in South Wales. She fell in love with crocheting as a child and by profession she is a knitwear artist. However, she is not going to be content with making ordinary hats and sweaters. The 47-year-old woman became famous in her country and even abroad for her "knitting and gastronomic" abilities.
Of course, she is not the first of those craftswomen who tried to crochet vegetables, fruits or, say, cakes for fun, but Kate's “dishes” are so realistic that each of them can rightfully be called a masterpiece.
“, - laughs Kate, -.
Kate's first exhibition-presentation was a recreation of a cafe in London, all dishes of which were, of course, knitted from wool, and with amazing detail. The woman's talent made a splash, and very soon she acquired numerous fans. People admired her skill and said that her masterpieces look so beautiful and appetizing that they just want to taste them.
Meanwhile, the craftswoman began to come up with more and more new dishes - from vegetables, herbs and originally decorated toasts to elegantly served meat dishes and Italian pasta.
Kate's big “gourmet” projects include a knitted supermarket, a dinner party and a fish store teeming with lobster, shrimp, crabs, fresh fish and other seafood.
The craftswoman manages to knit incredibly realistic plates, pans, forks, knives and even "wooden" sushi sticks from wool.
And for the past Christmas and New Years, the knitter presented a Christmas menu that includes roasts, turkey, original canapes, cookies, gingerbread in Santa's caps and other festive dishes. This painstaking, almost jewelry work took Kate nine months. And, of course, Kate's “knitted celebration” was not without a Christmas wreath - not just a simple one, but made again from textile seafood.
At the moment, Kate does not even think to stop there, because her imagination is inexhaustible. Now she is actively working on the production of knitted donuts, buns and baguettes, because in May this year in Barcelona she is going to present her knitted confectionery-bakery to the public.
", - says Keith, -".
By the way, history knows an interesting fact: until the 17th century, only men were involved in knitting.
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