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Crochet: Play Food

I love these play foods for decoration or teaching kids about food groups. Our daughter loves to use them in her play kitchen. For some reason I’m not able to make a comment but I wanted to answer the question about washing them. Surface wash is best but I’ve put the ones I’ve made for our daughter in when I wash our clothes.

Price depends on the food order + shipping 


Food Choices: 3$ + shipping 
  • Carrot
  • 2 Cherries
  • Lemon
  • Cucumber 
  • Tomato 
  • Plum
  • 2 Strawberries 
  • Orange
  • Pear
  • Potato 
  • 2 Kiwi Halves
  • 2 Mushrooms
  • Eggplant 
  • Turnip (purple)
  • Radish (pink)
  • Corn
  • Green Grapes
  • Purple Grapes
  • Banana
  • 2 Watermelon Slices
  • Broccoli
  • 2 Sunny Side-Up Eggs
  • 2 Waffles
  • Ice Cream Cone
Food Choices: 10$ + shipping 
  • Whole Cake
  • 3 Cake Slices
  • 3 Pizza Slices

My items are intended for decoration purposes. Not intended for children or infants to play with as some parts can be a choking hazard. 









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  1. These are adorable

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  2. These are beautiful and look so durable, too! Can they be washed if needed?

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    1. Surface wash is best but I’ve put ours in the washer and dryer before. After a few washes they do start to look worn.

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  3. This food is so cute. My kids love to play cafe so I could definitely see them using this.

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  4. These are lovely! And so much better than the plastic ones in my opinion.

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  5. That is the cutest! My girls would have loved them as little kids! I will have to remember those for when grandchildren come.

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