Candy corn seems to be a seriously polarizing candy! Some of my friends love it while most of my family members can't stand it. Whether you love or hate candy corn, the confection is still a quintessential Halloween treat. I'm somewhat partial to candy corn in small quantities. I was inspired by these sugary morsels to create a tiny crocheted bear (with 0 grams of sugar and 0 calories!). You can make your own little bear with this crochet pattern and tutorial. This pattern is worked in an oval. You will be crocheting around both sides of the starting chain. The finished bear is about 1.75 x 1.5 inches. It works up super quickly with only a small amount of yarn. You can use it as a decoration by your candy bowl or make a bunch to give as Halloween party treats.
Moove over other amigurumi because Candy the Cow is about to be the new favorite in the barnyard. Who could resist this sweet little cow? Customize the colors or add spots to make it your own design or copy it exactly for the cute version you see here.
This little cow is called Candy, she is 13cm(5 inches) tall and you dont have to be very experienced in crocheting to make her. - amigurumi making experience: Advanced Beginner - some basic sewing skills This pattern uses US terminology.
Get rocking this Halloween with a fun mix of cute and creepy in this Candy Corn-O-Lantern. This fun amigurumi is easier than it looks, fun to customize, and acts as a foil to that elf on the shelf who shows up later in the year. Remember, candy only comes to those who trick and treat. You may sell all finished products made from this pattern; however you may not share, sell, or distribute this pattern in any way, in whole or in part. I would greatly appreciate a link back to my shop or this pattern anytime you sell this item online.
Wouldn’t this adorable backpack look great hanging from a real backpack? This Amigurumi Backpack Free Crochet Pattern can spruce up backpack from being boring and simple. The candy corn shape and the colors make it look an eye-catching piece. You can add different designs and colors to it to match your own favorite backpack. If you are new to amigurumi, don't shy away. These are perfect for any skill level, plus very easy to read. They make such great gifts. Thanks ChiWei for sharing this beautiful free crochet pattern on 1dogwoof.com. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
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Meet Lisa Lollipop and Lynda Liquorice - the Sweet Treat Eaters! These pair of monsters never miss a trick (or treat) when it comes to candy! They love it, and will often be found cramming as much into their mouths as they possibly can - these guys should defiantly be handled with scare!
These cute little monsters are a combination of storage and amigurumi pattern that would make a fun addition to Halloween or for a little (or big) monsters bedroom.