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Hello Rainbows ! 🌈
If you follow me on Instagram and Facebook, you know that Lucius, a candy lover, has prepared a little sweet surprise for you!
Yes, he uses you to feed him by revealing the recipe to prepare his favorite sweets. 🍬
So he asked me to make a video to share with you the tutorial for creating crochet candies!
Two-tone or one-tone, it’s up to you! These candies can also be used as decoration for Halloween which is coming soon.
As you can see, I made some in black and orange for Halloween and in pastel colors and with white for all occasions.
I made a video explaining in detail how to make these candies. You can also find the written version of the pattern. I let you discover all that below 🔽
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Detailed video explanations
⚠ WARNING: This tutorial is an original creation. You may not copy it by sharing it in writing, video or by reselling it. ⚠
🍭▶ Still in the same theme, if you like to crochet candies, you can find my crochet lollipop tutorial here.◀🍭
🍬 The written explanations 🍬
Material you need
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- Crochet Hook size 2.5 mm (or adapted to the yarn you have chosen)
- Cotton threads : the colors you want ! 🙂
- Wool needle
- Stitch marker
R : Row
sc : Single crochet
Inc : Increase
Dec : Decrease
SlSt : Slip stitch
CH : Chain
hdc : Half double crochet
*…* : Repeat around the row
If you prefer to have the printable PDF file of this pattern, you can find it by clicking on the image below 🔽
Find more magic patterns ✨
For the center of the candy
R1: magic ring with 6 sc
R2: 1 Inc in each sc (12)
R3: *1 sc, 1 Inc* (18)
R4: sc in each sc (18)
R5: *2 sc, 1 Inc* (24)
R6: sc in each sc (24)
R7: *2 sc, 1 dec* (18)
R8: sc in each sc (18)
R9: *1 sc, 1 dec* (12)
R10: 6 decreases (6)
R11: cut the yarn and tuck it into the front loops of the remaining 6 stitches then tighten to close the hole.
▶ Cut and tuck the yarn.
For the edges of the candy (to be done twice)
▶ Make a slip knot then tuck the yarn with your hook into the 1st row of the ball, at the magic ring of 6 sc and make the following rows:
R1: sc in each sc + 1 SlSt in the 1st stitch of the row to close this row (6)
Do not cut the thread that protrudes where you put your hook, it will be used at the end.
R2: CH 2, then 2 hdc in each sc and finish with 1 SlSt to close the row (12)
R3: CH 2, then 1 hdc in each hdc + 1 SlSt to close the row (12)
R4: CH 2, then *1 hdc, 1 Inc* x6 + 1 SlSt to close (18)
R5: 1 SlSt in each hdc (18)
▶ Cut the yarn and tuck in the yarn to bring it up to the 1st starting row and make a double knot with the starting yarn and cut off what goes beyond.
There you go, you made a nice crochet candy to add sweetness to your day 😄🍬
If you make this pattern, don’t hesitate to share it on Instagram by tag me @my_rainbow_crochet so that I can pass you on in my story or on Facebook to send me a photo of your achievement that I would incorporate into the album of your achievements!
Seeing your achievements is always a huge pleasure for me!
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This pattern is for PERSONAL use only. The pattern may not be, in whole or in part, reproduced, published (online or printed), modified or resold according to article L.122-4 of the french intellectual property code.
You can sell the finished products, if they are made by you, in limited quantities and by providing the name of the designer. Please add the following information to the description of the amigurumi sold:
“This plush was handmade by … (your name) from a pattern created by My Rainbow Crochet”
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See you soon Rainbows ! 🙂🌈