It’s National Pi Day: Crochet Yourself Something Sweet!

Hello everyone! Tara here—

Did you know that it’s National Pi Day?!

Similar to the other National Pie Day, which is usually in January, this holiday is also usually celebrated by eating all kinds of pies.

But, really, this holiday is all about circles.

Why, you ask?

Pi is a mathematical constant that represents a circle’s circumference compared it its diameter and the first three numbers are always 3.14.

I’m not a math person, but I will take any excuse to buy myself a pizza or a coconut cream pie.

Or to make myself a cute crochet project that’s all about circles like the ones listed below.

# 1: Fruit Pies

Amigurumi Fruit Pies
Fruit Pies Designed By Elisa’s Crochet

Since most people celebrate with pie, and spring is coming up quickly, I had to include some fruit pies to start off this list!

# 2: Top-Down Beanies

Top-Down Beanies Crochet Book
Learn to Crochet Top-Down Beanies Book By Rohn Strong

This book includes 8 incredible beanie patterns and is a must-have to help you celebrate circles because, to make a beanie from the top down, you always start with a circle!

# 3: Harbor Lights Circle Jacket

Harbor Lights Circle Jacket
Harbor Lights Circle Jacket Designed By Lena Skvagerson For Annie’s Signature Designs

This project is larger than the others, but seeing how versatile a circle can be when you turn it into a stunning jacket is a must.

Happy Pi Day!


Let us know how YOU celebrate Pi Day in the comment section!

– Tara Orchard, Editor of Crochet! Magazine

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