17 August 2007

food, part IV

knit food

Knitted food from these patterns.

The things you do when you spend several days at home with snotty, barking children.

11 comments:

tut-tut said...

That carrot is superb!

said...

Ah! I love them:) YUMMY!

sooz said...

I've been meaning to knit these since I saw the pattern yonks ago, but they have just moved up the list. Your are very nice Suse, beautifully finished! Please bring them on Tuesday for show and tell!!

Kim said...

I think they're amazing, but I just don't get it. I mean, what do you then do with these once they're knitted? Do they find happy homes at these markets to which you refer? But then, what do the people who buy them do with them?

I'm just wondering.

Caroline said...

Cute, cute, cute

ThirdCat said...

I am going to start on one tonight. A present for a new baby - the child of my cousin - what does that make the relationship? Not sure. Hope she likes knitted carrots.

Kimberly said...

Very cute! Love them.

Hope the youngsters feel much better soon!

meggie said...

Cute!
Hope the barking stops soon!

samantha said...

yes I've had this pattern tucked away for a while, but once I've finished my chevron scarf I might need some vegies!

Di said...

I love the knitted food! I made an orange recently and turned it into a rattle by putting 2 dried peas in a teeny tub inside it.

tamara said...

They are so lovely! I think I would eventually have knit these, even if I didn't have kids.

I think the eggplant is the most satisfying shape.