**Head straight HERE for the pattern!
November is here and that means Thanksgiving! The Fall time has just the best decorations around the home and today I bring you the Yarnucopia! The original name of Cornucopia is also known as the Horn of Plenty. From the latin roots Cornu, which means horn, and Copiae, which means abundance, Yarnucopia in this sense means “Plenty of Yarn”! This would make for a great center piece for any holiday table or a fun set to play with. I have this super fun project to share with all of you that I’ve teamed up with Furl’s Crochet to offer! We are both are doing a Crochet Along throughout the month of November and I’m so excited to see everyone’s finished Yarnucopia set. If you would like to see the other CAL’s I’ve done with Furl’s, head HERE!
For this CAL, we are also offering support in the Fun with Furls Crochet Group if you ever get stuck on anything while working her up.
You can head HERE to find the pattern in full!
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