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  • Jolanda Lengkeek

    Great knitted art playground by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam and Charles MacAdam....

  • Allyson	Harvin

    knit knit knit art

  • Marnie Klinghoefer

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  • Cintia Antelmi

    Toshiko Horiucho Macadam fiber art installation at Hakone Open-Air Museum

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    A children's playground by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam - Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam is one of Japan's leading fibre artists, and one of a very small number that sometimes use knitting or crochet in their work. Living in Canada, she now specialises in creating large, interactive textile environments that function both as imaginative and vibrant explorations of colour and form, at the same time as providing thrilling play environments.

  • Janet Worrell

    Hand-crochets art installation that kids can climb around in. by Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam

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