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Along Came A Spider Yarn Wreath

By: Sherry Nappa from
Along Came A Spider Yarn Wreath
Along Came A Spider Yarn Wreath

Add spooky accents to your home when you learn how to make a wreath covered in creepy crawlies. This Along Came A Spider Yarn Wreath is an excellent way to celebrate the scariest time of the year. Extra cute and actually pretty easy, this free crochet pattern looks lovely with spiders attached, but if they adding insects to your decor bugs you consider accenting it with some faux fall leaves instead.

In the Designer's Words: "Along Came A Spider Yarn Wreath is a quick and easy low-budget project. The wreath can be made in about a half a day. Use Halloween colors that are in your yarn stash or pick up craft yarn at the dollar store. For my wreath, I used Red Heart® Super Saver® yarn in black and pumpkin. I picked up the Styrofoam wreath at a craft store with a 40% off coupon and the pre-cut felt spiders at the dollar store. The spiders were available in both black and orange. The wreath would look good in all black with orange spiders or all orange with black spiders. Crochet every other row in black and orange for a traditional Halloween color scheme."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I like all kinds of wreaths and rarely find a crochet one that I would bother to make. this is a really cute wreath that I like the looks of. This would be excellent for the exterior door or a wall hanging for Halloween. The orange area really causes the spiders to 'pop' and be more noticeable. Faux bats would be cute too.

A very easy to do craft for the whole family to do together. You can crochet the foam wreath covering (or your kid!), kids can pick out the felt shapes they want to add, Dad can hot glue them in place. I'd embellish the heck out of this wreath myself! It needs glitter!


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