Happy Halloween!! What’s Halloween day without some candy? Crochet Halloween Candy may not taste very sweet, but it also never goes bad.. or gives you cavities.
I can’t believe Halloween is finally here… I can feel Christmas closing in already. Well, let’s get into the last October pattern!
- Any worsted weight yarn
- I used Premier Just Active in Black, Green, Purple
- F/3.75 mm
- Yarn or tapestry needle
- Ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- st = stitch
Crochet Halloween Candy Pattern
Click here to find a tutorial on the Magic Circle Crochet Tutorial (Or An Alternative)
Round 1. In a locking Mc, make 6 scs , slst to the first sc, to join. <6>
Round 2. Ch 1, put a sc in the same st, put the st marker to the sc you just made, 1 sc in the same st, 2 scs in each st until you reach you st marker, slst to join the round. <12>
If you’re making the double ended candy, then work all of these stitches in the back loop only.
Rounds 3-5. Ch 1, put a sc in the sts with the stitch marker, move the st marker to the sc you just made, put 1 sc in each st, slst to join the round. <12>
Here’s how to do an inv dec.
Round 6. Make a inv dec in the st with a st marker and the next st, move the st marker to the sc you just made, make inv decs in each st across the round, slst to the st with the stitch marker. <6>
If you’re making the rounded candy, then cut a 5 inch tail, tie off and weave your tail through each st, cinch it closed and secure your tail with a needle by poking it through different holes and then going back through those same sts to another point.
Round 7. Ch 1, sc in same st, move the st marker to the sc you just made, put 2 more scs in the same st, put 3 scs in each st. <18>
Round 8. Put a sc in the sts with the stitch marker, move the st marker to the sc you just made, put 1 sc in each st. <18>
Weaving and changing
Snip your tail leaving a 4 inch tail, tie off, weave your tail down to the sts from round 6, use the tail to weave through all 6 sts, cinch it closed and go around again to secure it. Weave the end in and secure it.
If you’re making a double ended wrapper, then work into those back loops you made in round 2.
and repeat rounds 7 and 8.
Add some bows to the ends or end with yarn scraps or ribbons.
If you want to add some interest to the rounded candy without the wrapper then you can do color changes.
This is a picture of how I make color changes easily, in the round. Just be sure to work over your tails so you don’t have to weave those in later.
Here you go! Now go make a wonderful bowl of crochet Halloween candy that will never go bad or give you cavities! You can use it as decor, use it to prank you friends when they ask you for candy or make a little pouch full of these sweets to have on you at all times.
(Shameless plug of another free pattern I made: Crocheted Drawstring Pouch Pattern)
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- 1st Day Of Halloween: Make A Crochet Eyeball
- 2nd Day Of Halloween: Crochet Apple Pattern
- 3rd Day Of Halloween: Crochet Pumpkin Scrubby
- 4th Day Of Halloween: Crochet Spider Web Garland Pattern
- 5th Day Of Halloween: Spooky Crochet Striped Scarf Pattern
- 6th Day Of Halloween: Small Crochet Witch’s Hat Pattern
- 7th Day Of Halloween: Upcycled Bottle Ring Crochet Pumpkin Ornament Pattern
- 8th Day Of Halloween: Crochet Skull Motif
- 9th Day Of Halloween: Crochet Ghost Light Pattern
- 10th Day Of Halloween: Crochet Poison Apple Cover Pattern*
*This is a newsletter pattern, it’s still free but you have to sign up for the newsletter to get access to the pattern password.
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