The World’s Biggest Knit/Crochet Stocking Event

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 The World’s Biggest Knit/Crochet Stocking Event 

You’re Invited to come and see the World’s Biggest Knit/Crochet Stocking! 

The time is finally here! Come out and celebrate 100 years of Caron in Fayetteville, North Carolina as we reveal the Guinness World Record for The World’s Biggest Knit/Crochet Stocking!

Over the past year, over 1100 stitchers sent in their knit and crochet blankets to help make The World’s Biggest Knit/Crochet Stocking in support of Children of Fallen Patriots.

Caron received blankets from all over the U.S and Canada (and even one from Ireland) and have been stitching them together for the past few months. Weighing in at approx. 1600 lbs, this unbelievable stocking is something you won’t want to miss!

Be part of history and celebrate with Caron  and Mikey & Diva Dan of The Crochet Crowd as we unveil the world record at the Christmas in the Park festival in Fayetteville, North Carolina!

Event Information

The Christmas in the Park festival is a great way to get outside and celebrate the season with your family! See the incredible lights, join in the fun activities, food and of course see The World’s Biggest Stocking!

Where: Christmas in the Park – Fayetteville, North Carolina . Located at Arnette Park, enjoy a leisurely stroll on the ½ mile paved walking trail while taking in the sights and sounds of the Christmas season.

When: Saturday, December 12 6-9 pm

Get more information here.

Christmas in the Park Entry Fees:

$10 per family vehicle

$30 per commercial vehicle

$75 per motorcoach/bus

Cash only accepted.

Christmas in the Park Planned Activities

  • See The World’s Biggest Stocking in person
  • Meet Mikey and Diva Dan of The Crochet Crowd
  • Other exciting events that are taking place at Christmas in the Park:
    • Photo with Santa
    • Marshmallow Roasting
    • Train Ride
    • Craft Project

 See more pictures and videos of The World’s Biggest Knit/Crochet Stocking Here!

5 Comments

  1. I certainly hope all those pieces will be disconnected into individual blankets, and the blankets will be given to those who need them.

  2. I was curious on his you were going to move it. Wish there was a video of entire unrolling.

  3. What if you live in Texas and don’t have a way to get there? Will you post it on the web? I would surely like to see it. Thank you

  4. Cindy in Hull, MA December 8, 2015 at 6:49 pm

    Hope you post this on Facebook for all of us who can’t make it there to see it! How FUN!

  5. We were so glad to be a part of this collaboration of people gor such a great cause.

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