The group, or Saskatoon German Days Committee, is best known for honouring Saskatchewan pioneer women of all nationalities by donating the Egg Money sculpture to the City of Saskatoon. Along with this sculpture, located at the Farmers Market, a book by the same name was published. The book is a compilation of stories of struggle and hardship, but also community and friendships, that illustrate how individual women survived life in the pioneer days on the prairies.
Saskatoon artist Waltraude Stehwien was commissioned to design a shopping bag and mulled wine mug, but only the very striking shopping bags were completed. If planning for the larger market resumes, the mugs will be produced as well. The motif is a typical wooden booth selling traditional wares at an outdoor German Christmas market. The design is made in a very fitting, traditional black and white scissorcut, including the trees on the sides.