Undoubtedly, it is impossible to get tired of these artists who reproduce nature with their needles and a few pelota balls. Kate Jenkins is one of them. For 12 years now, she has been crocheting and knitting compositions full of various foods, but it is in 2015 that she made her largest composition, made of seafood. Olpes, sardines, oysters, scallops, shrimps and lobsters made of wool and fabric are thus exposed on a seafood platter, juste as they had been fished in the morning. The use of multi-coloured yarns allows to create very realistic reflection effects similar to the play of light in fish scales.