In my soft sculpture installations, I construct fantastical spaces intended for children’s learning, discovery, storytelling, and imaginative play. I use fabric, knitted yarn, paint, and craft materials to construct brightly colored environments influenced by shapes and patterns in nature. Young children are invited to physically interact with the work and put their own mark on the space, changing the appearance of the installation over time. They can peek through holes to uncover a world of fluorescent floral entanglements and push aside green and blue knitted and beaded vines to reveal glowing white branches. They can surround themselves in the tentacles of giant knitted jellyfish and build with shiny fluorescent blocks. I document children interacting with the installations and then analyze the implications of this interaction, attempting to merge artistic production and qualitative research. The documentation serves to inform my future work as I strive to make my installations more stimulating and engaging for young children.