Candy Corn Crochet Pattern
Candy corn is one of those candies you either love or hate. Well, I’m firmly in camp candy corn and when fall rolls around, I can’t resist getting a bag. But what I really love are candy corn crafts and decorations, it just screams Halloween!
The simple color motif lends itself well to all sorts of fun projects and desserts for the holiday. I originally made a bunch of these to spread across a table, but this year, I turned them into a fun Halloween piece to wear.
With a simple chain necklace, some jump rings and beads, you can make something cute and festive to celebrate the season!
I’ve never made any jewelry with crochet pieces before, but I think I’m going to have to start doing some more now!
As always, feel free to share any pictures of patterns you try or tag your makes with #thepudgyrabbit or @thepudgyrabbit on Instagram, I'd love to see them.
- worsted weight yarn in white, orange, and yellow.
- size F/ 3.75 mm crochet hook
- safety pin or stitch marker to mark the start of each row
-in American crochet terms-
st = stitch
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
inc = single crochet increase
dec = single crochet decrease
rnd = round
sl st = slip stitch
* * = set of stitches to be repeated
( ) = total number of stitches in a round
rep = repeat
Starting with white yarn
rnd 1: ch 2, sc 4 in 2nd ch from the hook (4 st)
rnd 2: *sc 1, inc 1* rep 2 times (6 st)
rnd 3: *sc 1, inc 1* repeat 3 times, switch to orange yarn at the end of the rnd (9 st)
rnd 4: *sc 2, inc 1* repeat 3 times (12 st)
rnd 5: *sc 3, inc 1* repeat 3 times, switch to yellow yarn at end of rnd (15 st)
rnd 6: *sc 4, inc 1* repeat 3 times (18 st)
rnd 7: *sc 1, dec 1* repeat 6 times (12 st)
rnd 8: dec 4, stuff, dec 2, skip 1 st, sl st (4 st)
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Candy Corn Necklace
- 7 crocheted candy corn
- 30 in chain necklace
- 8 mm jump rings
- beads (I used 10 mm wooden beads)
Plan out the number of beads you’d like between each piece of candy corn. To help visualize how the necklace will look, I laid out the chain and experimented with different bead and corn combos. I ended up doing a pattern of 2, 3, 3, and 4 beads, and then reversing the combo for the second half of the necklace.
String your beads onto the chain.
Using pliers, open the jump rings and loop through the top of each candy corn.
Loop jump ring first candy corn in the middle of your chain, with beads on either side and close the jump ring. Repeat with the rest of the candy corn pieces, placing each one between the beads, following the pattern you created in step 1.
Candy Corn Crochet Pattern © The Pudgy Rabbit, LLC