Crochet candy corn is the perfect beginner amigurumi project for this Halloween.
I don’t think you will find a cuter project to work on than these crochet Candy Corn. I found a free pattern by Stephanie of GraceandYarn.com.
Her pattern for crochet candy corn can be found HERE.
I love amigurumi and I do think crochet is my favorite crafting hobby. It is definitely the one that I have done the longest (after cross stitch) and is definitely the hobby I find that I am the best and quickest at. I love it so much I post a ton of how to crochet videos here on my handmade YouTube channel.
We are all so busy. Even though we are busy, we still desire a handmade home. Sometimes the list of things we want to make are unachievable and sometimes we have to keep a lot of projects in the want to do pile. NOT this one. You can easily make these crochet candy corn in less than one hour each. If I can do it you can do it.
What is even better is that this is a perfect pattern in my opinion. This gal lays it all out there for you. No guess work. If you are a beginner this is perfect because you do not have to worry about trying to master the magic ring. This pattern is unique int hat it works from a foundation chain at the bottom and works all the way to the top with a simple closure.
For those of you who have never done the invisible decrease, an invisible color change or have never worked an amigurumi piece from the bottom up. Have no worries. I have made a video for you with all the visuals so you too can achieve the perfect little crochet candy corn. I guarantee it. If you believe in yourself, you will achieve greatness in this crochet candy corn project. Have faith, I believe in you!
I would like to note that the original pattern does include instructions to include a cute kawaii type face. If that is up your alley make sure to follow her details closely. That is not my jam for this halloween bowl filler project. I love a rustic, plain, and sometimes prim Halloween. With these crochet candy corn I am using them as a super sweet basket filler ( you may even have a dough bowl and use them as bowl fillers.)
Ooooo or these could be super adorable in a tiered tray. Just saying.
CROCHET CANDY CORN SUPPLIES USED
Hook: F/3.75mm hook
Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in the colors Saffron [yellow], Pumpkin [orange] and Soft White [white].
I filled the crochet candy corn using polyfil.
Again I share a step by step tutorial on how to crochet this candy corn so even the beginner can make this. I do not reveal anything from the free pattern in my video. You must go get your own pattern from Graceandyarn.com then head over to my BriannaLentz YouTube channel to see in real time how I do the invisible decrease, the invisible color change as well as how to finish off the very top of the crochet candy corn.
This is a great stash buster project, or if you do not have these colors in your stash a still very inexpensive project to create. You can even crochet some pumpkins in a variety of sizes that would coordinate well with the candy corn to place in your tiered tray, bowl, or in my case basket. I just really love a good basket. I splurged this year and got the basket in the photos from Tractor Supply. Not only does this basket have a pretty Halloween plaid, but the basket has feet on the bottom. $15.99 is a little high for me, but I wasted no time in filling it with handmade and budget friendly Halloween decor. So it all balanced out in the end in my opinion.
Where will you display your crochet candy corn? I wold love to know. Basket, dough bowl, tiered tray, none of the above? Comment down below! I would love to hear. If you use my tutorial on how to crochet these crochet candy corn please tag me @Brianna_Lentz on instagram and Tik Tok! I would love to shout you out and cheer you on!
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