Yummy Crochet!

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I made some food from Yummy Crochet by Kristen Rask (a little crochet kit I was given this summer), for a couple of different people for Christmas.  I have lots of pictures, but you may not want to look at them all if you're hungry!

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The kit came with some yarn and a small crochet hook, but for me, the yarn and the hook were way too small.  Instead, I just used the patterns in the book, a G hook and worsted weight acrylic yarn (Vanna's Choice, and one skein of Red Heart).

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These little oranges are probably my favorite.  So simple and cute!

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The corn.  Comes.  Out.  Of.  The.  Cobb.  How cool is that?!

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And here are the makings for a BLT sandwich!

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I must say, this cheeseburger looks pretty delicious as well!

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With the burger I had to make the pattern for the burger patty smaller myself because the original one made the burger super tall (if you can picture it even bigger)!

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All the previous food was for an adorable 2 year old.  I thought she needed a little shopping bag to put it all in, so I stamped her name onto a little canvas tote.

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My sister made her a little apron and oven mitt!

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I think that fabric is so cute!!

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I think she's ready for some serious food play!

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When I saw the pattern for the peas in a pod, I thought it was perfect for my friend who has a two peas in a pod salt and pepper shaker set!

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And of course the peas come out of the pod!!

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The rest of this food was for the family that got me the Yummy Crochet kit!  I used the patterns in the book and modified a few of them to appeal more to their specific tastes!

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Doesn't that chocolate swirl look delicious?!

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I made up some little marshmallows to go with the cup of hot chocolate!

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This donut is modeled off a donut that Homer Simpson might get from the Lard Lad Donuts shop.

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This sushi is just too cute!

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Mmmm a bacon burger.....

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Alright, this last picture of bacon has put me over the edge!  I need a snack!!

Comments

  1. These are absolutely adorable! That first set for the child is absolutely brilliant - what a wonderful idea. I absolutely love it! I've had a set of crocheted cupcake-paperweights on my list of gift-ideas for a while now - I think you've given me the inspiration to start working on them in 2013 :)

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    1. Thank you!!! Best of luck with your cupcake paperweights! Sounds like a cute idea!
      Happy crafting,
      Kate :}

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  2. One cup-cake please with chocolate frosting and dental floss to get the hairy bits out afterwards!!! These are all great, but those two peas in a pod and the corn on the cob are fantastic!
    Kate, you have made enough things to open a shop!

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  3. Oh. My. How cute. The corn that comes out of the cob, so cute. Of course the cupcake and the hot chocolate with marshmellows, adorable!!!!
    Great food.

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  4. Oh my gosh... that corn is so great. I also like the donut. So many details.

    Grumble grumble... there goes my stomach grumbling!! ;)

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  5. These are so fun! I love the BLT fixings :)

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  6. argggg i love these! what a brilliant and fun gift for your neice (love the pinny and oven mitt too). boy oh boy, the kids in your family are so lucky!!!

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  7. ...Oh how absolutly adorable i love that crocheted cheese burger, really really cute....what a lovely jolly post...
    Pixie x

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