I’m really excited about this one!

A while ago, I found this adorable, realistic looking, child-sized grocery cart at the thrift store and snatched it up before anyone else could see. Ever since, I’ve been dreaming about making crocheted produce to go inside. Can you even imagine? And of COURSE I had to make a mini version of my Rose City Market Bag to go with it as well!

 

 

When I was a kid, my most favorite thing in the whole world was the child-sized grocery store at the Children’s Museum. What is it about miniature adult things that is so extremely fun and exciting to a kid? I wish I got as excited about grocery shopping now as I did then. Maybe it’s the obligation that takes the fun out of it? 😉

 

 

I’ll be honest, I’m not as environmentally conscious as I should be but I’m trying to be better. Using my Rose City Market Bag is the first step. I want to be a good example to my kids of how to live sustainably and the Mini Me Market Bag seems like the perfect option. If make believe grocery shopping with a miniature grocery cart is the best thing in the world to a kid, packing all those huggable fruits and veggies into a bag that looks just like mommy’s can only add to the experience!

 

 

I hope you enjoy following this pattern and I hope your kiddos love playing with your creation! The pattern is available in our store starting today!

Watch out for a pattern for the produce as well – coming soon!

Emma Knopp