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Halloween Candy Corn Creatures


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FREE CANDY! (kinda...) Do you want a free candy corn crochet pattern??? I'm one of the few people who actually LIKE to eat candy corn. Anyone else? If you don't like eating these sugary cones of goodness, maybe squeezing cute plush versions of this Halloween reject will tickle your fancy! In this pattern, I give you the directions to make these super cute candies as well as how-to guides to creating ZOMBIE candy corn and FRANKENSTEIN candy corn! Make one (or a few dozen) to satisfy your sweet tooth. :) Find more cuteness at A Morning Cup of Jo Creations on Facebook! Submit photos of your finished creations to join 'Our Travel Log' project! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY magic circle single crochet single crochet increase single crochet decrease crocheting in a round SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 2.5 inches tall, 2 inches wide PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lily Sugar 'n Cream

Recommended with this pattern

  • Worsted-weight yarn in 3 colors: yellow, orange, and white
  • F/5 3.75mm crochet hook
  • Two 6mm plastic safety eyes with plastic washers

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A Morning Cup of Jo Creations
A Morning Cup of Jo Creations
Helloooo! I'm currently working hard toward becoming an elementary school teacher (my #1 passion) -- I've been taking classes, working as a substitute teacher, volunteering as a Girl Scout leader, studying for exams, volunteering at an elementary school, and working as a group tutor. In between all of this, I try to remember to BREATHE and make some time to get away from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life. In these moments, I dive into another passion of mine -- creating. Whether I'm crocheting, sewing, sculpting, drawing, or painting, the act of creating something unique and special is rejuvenating and rewarding. I've fallen head over heels with amigurumi (the Japanese art of crocheting/knitting cute, anthropomorphic creatures) for a few years now, and the process of designing/creating new soft sculptures has brought me great happiness. Each creation means a lot to me, so I hope that my designs bring the same joy to you and your loved ones. :)