Amanda Seyfried’s $2 Crochet Project Is Surprisingly Easy
Possibly the cutest DIY this year.
Updated Oct 11, 2018 6:21 PM
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The next time you’re trying to figure out what to get your friend for their birthday, take a page from Amanda Seyfried’s playbook and consider the humble leek. The actress (and crafting enthusiast) shared a peek at her latest project on Instagram: a crocheted version of the vegetable that she made for a friend of hers who is a chef.
Give yours to a similar foodie, a child, or just someone who would appreciate having a yarn allium around the house. What’s more, you can re-create Seyfried’s exact DIY. She bought the pattern from Mary Brown Craft, an Etsy shop that offers a long menu of crocheted food items. If leeks aren’t your speed, try tricolor pasta, an avocado, or perhaps a rotisserie chicken.
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The beginner-friendly leek tutorial retails at just under $2. Pick up the supplies you need and start whipping up an entire fridge’s worth of textile veggies—consider it an alternative way to get in on the quarantine cooking trend if sourdough was never for you.
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