Those are adorable, Kate :-) Greta Rosie will love them! She's going to be such a good cook, that little girl.
Dear Katie,The crocheted food for your sweet Greta is adorable! You did a wonderful job!Love, Paula
They look as if they would taste good as well! :-)Love you!-Emily
Food cannot possibly get ANY cuter than that! (until I see a foto of that sweetie holding it of course!)--nice work-those are toys she will always treasure.can U believe my verification is tater?? Have you made one of those yet?
how precious! Wow, what a treat for her! You have talent!Christina
Do you have a pattern you are working from? If not, can you write one? ;)
Beautiful!Just wondering, did you "invent" the patterns for the corcheted food as you went along or did you find a pattern online or in a book?
No, no pattern...I'm just making them up: "add a dc cluster here, decrease there" as the mood strikes me. Unfortunately all the fun would be lost if I agonized over actually transcribing my crochetetive wanderings, so my suggestion for anyone wanting their own veggie project is: Google it! I just hopped over to google and found some real gems just on the first page::: Crafty Anna's Crochet Patterns--Fruits and Veggies:: Truly Scrumptious Crocheted Food PatternsThere are also knitting patterns and places to buy already-made veggies. :)
Love the garlic bulb. :)M.D.
My Dear Katie,You have done such a marvelous job!! I love your creative genius. What a precious gift!!Auntie Dortie
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