We have seen a myriad of food art iterations over the years with constantly evolving patterns and materials. However, food art never looked so good as these crochet pasta and cakes by California-based teacher and artist Normalynn Ablao. She creates such delicious-looking foods out of colorful threads that they often leave you hungry.
Her crocheted pantry staples include penne, coils of spaghetti and stuffed tortellini and more piles of yellow pasta from tightly looped yarn. Normalynn also creates a huge range of mouthwatering sweet treats such as cinnamon rolls, cakes, cookies, pies and pastries.
According to Normalynn, she particularly loves to crochet cakes as she has a fond appreciation for beautiful desserts. By crocheting aesthetically pleasing foods, she enjoys the baked goods without the guilt and calories.
The crafter even turns her crochet cakes into purses and other useful things. Whether she is crafting individual macaroni or lasagna, the textured designs of the foods have a compelling resemblance to their edible counterparts.
She sells her patterns and products through her Etsy shop, where you can find her sweet and savory crocheted foods, along with other adorable things. You can also check out her work on her website Copacetic Crocheter.