Amanda Seyfried Is Getting Into Halloween Early With Her Latest Crochet Project
Think: cute not spooky.
Updated Oct 12, 2018 3:40 AM
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Cobwebs, witches’ hats, and jack-o’-lanterns are the makings of a perfectly spooky Halloween home. But the notoriously campy holiday also has the potential to be cute—and Amanda Seyfried has found the whimsical decoration to pull it off.
On Instagram, the actor shared a photo of a crocheted candy corn garland hanging up in her space—proof that she’s a proponent of Halloween starting as early as September and evidence of her continued crafting hobby. We first took note of her artistic streak last year, when she shared her impressive embroidery work. In the past few months, though, she’s leaned into crochet, making a granny square quilt and, later, a very cute crocheted leek (yes, you read that right).
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Even if you’ve never picked up a crochet hook, you can still make your own candy corn garland before October 31 with the help of this straightforward, beginner-friendly tutorial. Or if you’re not in the mood to craft but still want to add a festive element to your space, never fear: A similar, already-made candy corn garland exists on Etsy. No matter how you feel about the taste of the divisive candy, you have to admit, it looks pretty sweet.
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