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Freshly Harvested Fruit and Veg in Wool Look Good Enough to Eat

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Freshly Harvested Fruit and Veg in Wool Look Good Enough to Eat

Looking to up your 5 fruit and veg a day?  Latvia-based, MapleApple may be able to help you out.

The mother and daughter duo have been busy knitting up a fresh bounty of vegetables that look like they've been plucked straight from the veg patch.

Onions, garlic, leeks, turnips, carrots, lemons are more have been given a woolly makeover using just wool and acrylic yarn. Capturing remarkable likeness to the real deal the vegetables even come with their roots intact.

With remarkable attention to colour and size the veg are strangely appealing and being child safe make them a great tool for educating children about eating or growing  fruit and veg.

Most of the veg is sold as individual pieces can be sold as a mixed batch through Mapleapple's shop on Etsy.

If you like these, check out Kate Jenkins fish of the day for more witty wool creations, or Jessica Dance's clever comfort food.

 

 

via Etsy

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