Fabric food is taking large steps into the hearts of American homes. Children and adults alike are going crazy for these adorable foods. Some have eyes and mouths, others are so life like that children are playing pretend with them. Fake food is becoming so popular that there are many patterns on the internet to help you learn how to make your own. If you find yourself pretty hand with a crochet hook and yarn, these patterns will be easy for you master and you can make an entire breakfast of crocheted amigurumi food in this one article.
First off, I can’t have breakfast without a nice good cup of coffee. This pattern was posted on the Bitter Sweet Blog and includes a stream of cream in your coffee.
Now we need some eggs. Crochet Spot has this adorable pattern for realistic looking eggs.
Let’s crack those eggs open and start frying! Etsy seller anapaulaoli has graciously posted this free pattern for an adorable fried egg. Don’t worry, you don’t have to add the eyes if you don’t want to.
Now, let’s get some bacon going. You can’t have a nice big family style breakfast without the bacon. Hook, Yarn, and Needles offers this cute recipe for crocheted bacon slices.
To make a tall stack of pancakes, you are going to need to simply crochet some tan circles in the size that you like. Some people like huge pancakes while other s like mini sized pancakes. Either way you like it, here is an article that will help you crochet circles.
To make a nice swirl of maple syrup to top those pancakes, simply make a chain to your desired length and swirl it on top of the pancakes. You may choose to use a few stitches (with yarn or thread) to keep the syrup in place, or keep it separate for play time.
Fresh fruit is a must at breakfast time. How about some delicious crochet strawberries? Make Little Things blog has provided this wonderful pattern.
Silly Knits blog would like to add in some raspberries.
Perhaps a few pears from Crochetroo would be a great addition to our breakfast.
Bitter Sweet blog is bringing some crochet grapes to the breakfast table.
Crochet Memories Blog thinks that an apple a day will keep the doctor away.
Finally, The Craft Frog provides a great crochet pattern for my favorite breakfast fruit. A delicious, ripe banana.
I hope that these patterns will help you created a wonderful play land of amigurumi food. Using a washable yarn will allow your new foods to take a trip through the washing machine if they get dirty or drooled on. If you use these patterns, be sure to thank the person who provided them originally. I am sure they would love to see what you have made from their generous posting of a free pattern.