Aamupala

Haha, how fun! I never thought of this, planned on making felt play food :-) how great would this be for mckenna k

10 Food Crochet Patterns for June: Crochet Sandwich Food Items from Yarnington

Free and Easy Cross Stitch Patterns from Around the Internet

FREE Crochet Play Food Pattern

Ravelry: Still Vauriens - Dinette au crochet pattern by Helene Fumey. Crochet food for fantasy play! I made all my own food before, but there is some cute stuff here.

Breakfast Sandwich/Bun Crochet Pattern - via @Craftsy

Breakfast Sandwich/Bun Crochet Pattern

Crochet Pattern for a Breakfast Bun / Roll / Bap - Crochet Play Food, Toy Food

Amigurumi Food and More. Much better than hard, plastic foods. Especially when the baby gets in that "throwing" stage.

Amigurumi Food and More. Much better than hard, plastic foods. Especially when the baby gets in that "throwing" stage. Amigurumi,Amigurumis,Craft doodles: flowers & more,Crafty- Needles & Hooks and Yarn

crochet food

CGOA Celebrates 20 Years: Part 2 The First Chapter ~ Crochet Queen: Royal Ramblings

Play Food Crochet Pattern - Boxes, Bottles, Cans, Cartons & Jars - finished items made from pattern may be sold. $6.00, via Etsy.

Play Food Crochet Pattern - Boxes, Bottles, Cans, Cartons & Jars - finished items made from pattern may be sold

Make yourself a peck of peppers with this crochet pattern! This crochet pepper is intended to be as lifelike as possible, with a gentle tapering body and naturalistic bulgy top. For an approximately 9cm or 3½ tall pepper you will need: • 30m (32yards) of double-knitting (DK, light

Make yourself a peck of peppers with this crochet pattern! This crochet pepper is intended to be as lifelike as possible, with a gentle tapering body and naturalistic bulgy top. For an approximately or tall pepper you will need:

Play Food Crochet Pattern - Sweets and Treats. $7.00, via Etsy.

Play Food Crochet Pattern - Sweets and Treats - finished items made from pattern may be sold

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Crochet ice cream cone with loose scoops ~ DROPS Design. I would add velcro so they would stick. Or add a string so you can swing the scoop back up into the cone!

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