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Crochet at an Entirely Different Level

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Crochet playgrounds

credit: Masaki Koizumi

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Once upon a time, Japanese-born fiber artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam was exhibiting a large crochet sculpture in a gallery in Japan, when children started playing on the piece.

Three years later, MacAdam completed her first large-scale crochet for kids, and she's been rolling out the lovely, loopy play structures ever since.

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