She might have the online crochet market all sewn up but the Kerikeri woman at the centre of this yarn has caused quite a stir with her risque crafts.
Listed on Trade Me, Ms Gypsy Luck's unconventional pieces were selling like hot cakes this week - her crocheted sushi, including wasabi and soy sauce, sold for a whopping $76.
The online auction also saw her crocheted big breakfast, complete with woven bacon and eggs and portobello mushrooms, selling for a tasty $47.
Yet another customer had paid $20 for her crocheted loo paper and human faeces.
However, it was her carefully stitched novelty sex toys that hooked online buyers attention.
Ms Luck had veered from interest in traditional decorative items of her 18th century crafty predecessors and had dived straight into a darker predilection with body parts.
Her sale items descended from food items to spoiled body parts, such as smokers' lungs and gouged eyeballs (which sold for $24), to sex toys described by Ms Luck as "good for a laugh".
"Oh, and it is novelty only - I wouldn't recommend actually using it! " she told bidders.
Some other saucy items were described as "fifty shades of filthy" and perhaps not fit for print in a respectable regional newspaper.
By Thursday morning, all of her items had been removed from Trade Me as the auctions had either expired or resulted in happy customers.
One such customer told the artist to consider exporting her crocheted sushi to Japan.
"I think they would love them and pay well for them," said a Trade Me user called poyntz.
Another Trade Me shopper, called woofa, said "Just have to say that this is just about the best thing I've seen for sale on TradeMe ever".
The work wasn't to everyone's taste -
user daisyt1 said she would prefer if the eyeball served a function.
"Frankly - I can't imagine why anyone would like this - not my thing".
Trade Me spokesperson Logan Mudge said the items had caught the eye of online shoppers.
"The seller's handiwork has definitely captured imaginations - we think she is awesome and looks like lots of buyers do too!"
Despite looking like children's soft toys, there were no restrictions on any of her crochet items on Trade Me.
" ... the starting point is that we only allow things to be sold on Trade Me that are in the seller's possession and legal to sell.
"If an item is illegal it cannot be sold. Also we keep an eye on things and see what our community think too - anyone who feels a listing breaches our standards or is illegal can report it ... "
The Advocate tried desperately to reach Gypsy Luck for comment, however, it appears the saucy crafter was happy to let the work speak for itself. Her work is also understood to have attracted the attention of television reporters, keen to show her work to a wider audience.