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Feast Your Eyes on This Glorious Crocheted Food

Like many who crochet, Trevor Smith is hooked. "I find the repetitive nature therapeutic," he says. But there's nothing repetitive about his series of crocheted foods. A Technicolor ham, a whole fish garnished with lemons, and an elaborate cheese platter are part of his yarn oeuvre, all of which pop in three dimensions. According to Smith, who is a cultural collections officer in Portland, Australia, his crochet work used to be a bit flatter.
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