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Mabon Harvest Cornucopia

Updated: Jan 2

Considered a time of balance, Mabon or the Autumn Equinox is when we stop and relax and enjoy the fruits of our personal harvests, whether they be from toiling in our gardens,

working at our jobs, raising our families, or just coping with the Hussle Bustle of everyday life. A classic symbol of abundance at this time of year is the Cornucopia, usually filled with

the fruits of the season. Let’s make a small version that can be used on an altar or in spell work.

All you will need is a crochet hook and about an oz. of yarn. Use the hook size that fits your yarn. I used an H hook with 4-ply yarn. If you have some bulky textured yarn, you could go up a size or two. You would also get a bigger horn that way so experiment and have fun.

Mabon Harvest Cornucopia

Work BLO in a spiral. Use stitch marker to mark rounds

Ch 2

1. – 6 Sc in 2nd Ch from hook

2 – 1 Sc in each St around (6)1 Sc in each St around (6)

3 – {1 Sc, 2 Sc} around (9)

4 - 1 Sc in each St around (9)

5 – {1 Sc twice, 2 Sc} around (12)

6 - 1 Sc in each St around (12)

7 – {1 Sc 3 times, 2 Sc} around (15)

8 - 1 Sc in each St around (15)

9 – {1 Sc 4 times, 2 Sc} around (18)

10 - 1 Sc in each St around (18)

11 – {1 Sc 5 times, 2 Sc} around (21)

12 - 1 Sc in each St around (21)

13 – {1 Sc 6 times, 2 Sc} around (24)

14 – {1 Sc 7 times, 2 Sc} around (27)

15 – {1 Sc 8 times, 2 Sc} around (30)

16 - 1 Sc in each St around (30)

17 – Sl St in next St, 1 Rev Sc around (30)

Sl St in spiral of free loops back to beginning.

FO Leaving long tail.

Weave under Sl Sts to Rev Sc row.

Pull into horn shape.

Secure, FO, and weave end

Keep this little Horn of Plenty on your altar and place a symbol of something you would like to see multiply in your life in it. As you do say “With this gift I place within, may it return to me times ten.”

May your Mabon be memorable, and your hearts and spirits be filled to overflowing!

Stay Crafty. Opal

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