23.10.15 by Staff

Comfort Foods Knit To Perfection by Jessica Dance

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There’s something so satisfying about this collaboration by knitting genius, Jessica Dance, and food photographer, David Sykes, for Stylist magazine. Enjoy more insanely cozy comfort foods (including shots of previous work) below!

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Jessica Dance’s Website

David Sykes’ Website

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