Basic Crochet Candy Cane

By: Teresa from Crochet Geek
Basic Crochet Candy Cane
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There's nothing quite like surrounding yourself with candy cane decorations come Christmas time. An easy way to turn your home into your very own candy land is to follow this Basic Crochet Candy Cane pattern. It's so easy that you can make a bunch of these cute candy canes in no time at all! Turn these cute decorations into Christmas ornaments or add them to a garland to make your homemade Christmas decorations even more festive!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueCrochet



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Candy canes are one of my favorite things at Christmas. Now they come in an assortment of colors and flavors too. I love this crochet candy cane and I plan to make them as adornment for gifts I hand out this year. Beautiful.

I have made candy cans with beads in the past and I still use them. I am loving this pattern and can not wait to add them to my Christmas collection. Thanks you for the wonderful pattern.

Super cute and easy! I could make a dozen of these. The directions on the blog were simple and easy, just crochet two ruffles and wrap them alternately around a pipe cleaner. The pipe cleaner makes it sturdy enough to hang from the branches. Kids could even do this project.

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