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Norfolk artist's life-size crochet creations can fetch up to £20,000

If you thought people who crochet tend to make baby blankets and toilet roll holders then you'd probably be right.

But Shauna Richardson uses crochet on a whole different scale - to create life-size animals.

Click below to watch Natalie Gray's report.

This deer appears in the window of Shauna's house Credit: ITV Anglia

She calls her art Crochetdermy, and has a menagerie of different animals at her home in Overstrand in Norfolk.

She created these giant lions for London 2012 Credit: ITV Anglia

Shauna made three lions for the 2012 Olympics in London.

She's working on a huge polar bear at the moment Credit: ITV Anglia

Her latest undertaking is an eight foot polar bear which will have taken her five months to make.

Shauna says she thinks her grandmothers taught her to crochet Credit: ITV Anglia

Shauna's not the only talented person in Norfolk creating art work with wool. Remember knitted Great Yarmouth?

You can find out more about the artists across Norfolk displaying their works for the Open Studios event here