I’m inclined to say that everyone eats. Yes? Alright now that we’ve got that covered, it’s time to figure out just what to eat, especially when you crochet Halloween afghans. Because crocheters need to eat. And crochet. And the two should be related.
So I made a pretty cool Halloween guide with our buddies over at FaveGlutenFreeRecipes.com. You should check them out, because they have some delicious recipes. Needless to say, the recipes I used were gluten free, but that doesn’t mean you have to be allergic to gluten to eat them. In fact, a lot of gluten free recipes are generally healthier for you, so you should give these recipes a try. No “tricks.” Just “treats.”
Same goes for our afghan patterns. They really are a treat. With pumpkin themed afghans and festive colored squares, this guide is perfect for spooky fall nights and hungry crocheters. I’m “hungry” just talking about it!
Just because this square is called the Scary Granny Square, doesn’t mean you should be afraid to try it. The yellow and orange remind me of candy corn and the feel of this square is spooky, in a good way. I love this square’s symmetry and geometric designs. I want to make a bunch of these into an afghan or maybe even a matching pillow too. Remember, there are more things than just afghans that these squares can be used for. Be a mad crocheting scientist and see what you can come up with!
So, I’m a sucker for cupcakes. They’re so easy to make, and it’s always wonderful when gluten free versions can be just as delicious as normal cupcakes. Cupcakes like these go great with a Halloween crochet party. These Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes even have apple cider in them! That’s just amazing to me. Yum yum yum.
So, fall is finally kicking in and I think it’s time you relax and bake something delicious. Leaves will start falling soon enough, but that doesn’t mean you should fall behind on your crochet projects.
What’s your favorite fall recipe or afghan pattern?
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