It Took 20 Women Two Years To Knit a Massive 150kg Placenta Replica Using T-Shirt Yarn

It Took 20 Women Two Years To Knit a Massive 150kg Placenta Replica Using T-Shirt Yarn

“In a celebration of birthing, motherhood and the miracle of human life, a team of 20 dedicated women in regional Victoria has been working together to knit a giant placenta.”

Warragul-based community artist Bec Vandyk said the project is a commentary on the silent, often hidden work of women who nurture, feed and sustain human life.

Read more about the project, via ABC News.


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