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Jessica Polka's Wunderkammer

What happens when you cross a passion for the natural sciences with crochet skills? The answer -- as you can see from the works by Jessica Polka -- are crocheted specimens from the natural world.

Her subjects encompass sea life, bacteriology, molecular and protein structures and the result are these amazing little crocheted pieces that are sure to delight science geeks everywhere. You can see more of Jessica's work her blog, Wunderkammer, and many of her pieces are inspired by the classic illustrations of Albertus Seba.
Crochet patterns @ Etsy
Crochet squid @ Cog & Pearl, $35
Albertus Seba's Cabinet of Natural Curiosities @Amazon

A Sampler of Bacterial Microbiology

Crocheted Protein Structures

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