You do not need an allotment to produce this abundant crop of vegetables – just needles, yarn and a little knitting know-how. Ranging from everyday carrots and peas to more exotic chili peppers and artichokes, you can whip up a whole basketful of fun novelty knits in the time it takes to do your shopping!
This book, in the popular Twenty to Make series, provides twenty handy 'recipes' for knitting vegetables, and numerous variations and alternative ideas. The projects are small, self-contained and relatively quick to complete. These knitted vegetables would make good novelty gifts: make one or two for friends, or a whole basketful to sell at a fete or bazaar. They would also make ideal ‘play food’ for children
Vegetables included are peas in a pod, parsnip, cauliflower, sweetcorn, leek, artichoke, pumpkin, beetroot, courgette, pepper, mushroom, asparagus, celery, carrot, chili pepper, butternut squash, aubergine, cucumber, radish, plum tomato.