Ha nem jelenik meg rendesen kattintson ide!

Patisserie Bakery made entirely from Knitted food

***EXCLUSIVE*** What a smashing spread. It really does look mouthwateringly good enough to eat. But if you tried to tuck into this tempting array of cakes, doughnuts, loaves and bagels you’d be left feeling a bit of a nitwit. Or should that be knit-wit? For the 1,000-plus goodies on display on this peculiarly impressive patisserie counter are in fact made of nothing more tasty than…wool. Balls and balls and balls of it. So much that nearly 5st (30kg) of yarn was used by knitwear artist extraordinaire Kate Jenkins as she created her latest masterpiece over six months. With cream and jam sponges topped with fresh fruit, tarts, macaroons, sourdough bread, seeded loaves, sausage rolls and Cornish pasties, she has made sure she has both the sweet and savoury ends of the spectrum well and truly, er, sewn up. Miss Jenkins, 48, from Brighton, East Sussex, first got busy with her knitting needles and crochet hooks for the project — titled ‘Kate’s Bakes’ — in January last year. By the time of its debut display at the Handmade Festival in Barcelona that May, it comprised about 500 ‘bakery’ items and since then it has grown in number as it has travelled elsewhere.