Crochet Candy Corn

I saw some knit candy corn at a friend's office, and knew I had to try to whip some up too. I love crocheting little things, since they're so quick to complete and make great little decorations. And, since I'm a sucker for all fall-related decor, these were perfect.

Here's my completed corn - stuffed with a little bit of fiber fill.

I found this free pattern via a Google search, and it was pretty easy to tweak based on what size you want. I already had basic white and yellow yarn, but when I went out to buy an orange skein, the yarn store didn't have the same brand (or weight) as what I already had. Oh well.

Each one took me about 20 minutes to make, so it was an easy craft project to do during an episode of Jeopardy. I think they'd look great in a wooden bowl for display (which I don't have) or just scattered around my TV stand (which I do have). And even though candy corn is mainly associated with Halloween, I think these little things can stay out until the Christmas decorations come up.


  1. Very nice. These are the only kind of candy corn that I actually like.

  2. Agreed. Real candy corn is yucky.


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