Here are Candy and Corn, the scary twins made with this free no-sew Crochet Candy Corn pattern! Perfect for all levels crocheters. It is the last pattern of the Halloween Mini Collection (for this year!). This crochet pattern works really fast and you will make these amigurumi candy corn much faster than you think!
I hope you will enjoy and understand the pattern. If you have any questions, please write to me, I will try my best to help you. And I would love to see your work! Don’t forget to share your finished projects using the hashtag #natalinacraft. I love seeing your beautiful work!
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Crochet Pattern – No-sew Crochet Candy Corn
Please read the whole pattern properly before starting.
The pattern is written using US terms.
This pattern is made of the following parts:
- 1 Body (yes, that’s all!)
- 1.25 inches (3 cm) with light worsted yarn (I used I love this cotton from Hobby Lobby)
- 2.5 inches (7 cm) with plush yarn (I used Premier Parfait chunky)
- Yarn calling for a US I-9 / 5.5 mm hook in yellow, orange and white OR Yarn calling for a US L-11 / 8 mm hook in yellow, orange and white
- A small amount of black cotton thread (size 8) for the smile OR Yarn calling for a US I-9 / 5.5 mm hook in black
- Size US C-2 /2.75 mm crochet hook if you use worsted yarn (a larger hook can be used, your monster will only be slightly bigger) OR Size US 7 / 4.5 mm if you use plush yarn.
- 2 black safety eyes (6 mm) if you use worsted yarn OR 2 black safety eyes (9 mm) if you use plush yarn
- Stitch markers (if needed)
- Tapestry needle
- chain (ch)
- magic ring (mr)
- single crochet (sc)
- increase (inc)
- invisible decrease (dec)
- slip stitch (sl st)
Pattern: How to crochet a No-sew Crochet Candy Corn?
Let’s start – No-sew Crochet Candy Corn
The body – No-sew Crochet Candy Corn
- The candy corn is worked in continuous rounds (as a spiral). Use a stitch marker if needed.
- Remember to stuff as you crochet.
With a 2.75 mm crochet and yellow yarn (or with a bigger hook of your choice)
- Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring. (6) – NB: if you work with plush yarn: ch2; make 6 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook. (6)
- Round 2: [6 inc]. (12)
- Round 3: [1 inc in the next st, 1 sc]x6. (18)
- Rounds 4-5: [1 sc in all st]. (18)
Change for the orange yarn:
- Rounds 6-8: [1 sc in all st]. (18)
Change for the white yarn:
- Round 9: [1 sc in all st]. (18)
Place the eyes between Rounds 7 and 8, spaced by 2 st.
- Round 10: [1 sc in all st]. (18)
- Round 11: [1 dec, 1 sc]x6. (12)
Fill the body with polyfill.
- Round 12: [6 dec]. (6)
Cut the yarn, close the body, and fasten off.
With the tapestry needle and the black cotton thread, make a mouth over Round 5.
Cut one strand of orange yarn (about 5.5″/14cm) for the boy’s hair or 2 strands of orange yarn (about 5.5″/14cm) for the girl’s hair.
Insert the boy’s hair at the center top of his head: grab the yarn by the middle with your crochet hook, insert both ends into the loop and tighten it up. Separate each strand of the yan as shown in the picture below and trim it to your desired length. To style it, I recommend using a bit of hair gel.
Insert the girl’s hair on each side of head (between Round 10 and 11): grab the yarn by the middle with your crochet hook, insert both ends into the loop and tighten it up. Separate each strand of the yan as shown in the picture below and trim it to your desired length. To style it, I recommend using a bit of hair gel.
Congratulations on crafting the cutest Candy corn amigurumi! I’m looking forward to seeing your wonderful creations.
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