Pocket Money

There are often a lot of young customers at the markets I attend who only have a budget of a few dollars to spend. Little 5 year olds with $5.00 who really want something. They walk about with their eyes peeping just over the edges of the stall tables looking for the perfect pocket-money purchase. It’s an important decision and I hate it when everything is too expensive for them to buy and take home.

IMG_0153So this week I have spent some time sewing my felt scraps in to tiny little pocket friends. They are so much fun to make, I like to think my smallest customers will find something they like on my stall table next time.


About Charlotte Marjoribanks Designs

I live in New Zealand with my daughter and husband. I take photos, I knit, I design knitting patterns, and I try and live thoughtfully (whatever that means on any given day).
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3 Responses to Pocket Money

  1. Megan says:

    So cute! I used to make worry dolls out of clothes pins and scrap cloth and sell them for 50 cents at a school craft fair, it was the same concept.

    • Thank you! I bet the little worry dolls were popular, I remember buying some myself at a school fair when I was little : )

      • Megan says:

        They were, I actually made a decent profit off of them. I’ve recently started to think about selling at craft fairs and their definitely something I would sell again.

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