Get out your knitting needles and invite your crafting buds over for a celebration that'll knock your hand-knit socks off.
We Yarn for Your Presence
Here are some cute yarn-covered invitations for your future knitting circle get-togethers! You can use these DIY cards as name tags or placecards.
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The pom-poms in this harvest-themed wreath are swaddled in yarn -- show your love for the stuff by bedecking your door in yarn!
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It's not a yarn party without crafting -- and yarn isn't just for scarves and kittens! Try making a yarn-wrapped bangle or a lampshade!
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You can't eat your knitting needles, but you can eat these sweet potato-Parmesan fries -- just make sure you don't get ketchup on that half-finished scarf!
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To honor the most lovable crafting string, cook up a batch of string beans. Just don't try to knit with them -- they're very unwieldy.
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Everyone loves a good pun, and it's fall, which means it's the perfect weather for a bit pot of chili.
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Super-thin angel hair pasta mimics the most delicate yarn you've used in your knitting. This recipe for fresh angel-hair pasta adds bacon and peas -- which can't hurt!
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Your nimble knitting fingers can easily braid this sage-filled loaf. Make the dough before the party and ask your friends to braid the "yarn" before it goes in the oven!
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Bar snacks like nuts or popcorn can be placed inside these yarn-swaddled bowls.
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Balls of yarn can transform into anything -- a scarf, a sweater, even a small pumpkin for decorating! These yarny gourds are made from foam balls, yarn, and a little bit of rope.