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Saturday, November 7, 2015

Crochet Candy Cane Holder Tutorial: How to Make a Fun and Functional Decor

These Candy Cane Holders are fun to make for the holidays. They can be used as gifts or you place them on your Christmas tree! You will need average-sized candy canes and yarn. This festive pattern has an easy follow-along video if you need assistance! Enjoy! 
If you're looking for an easy and fun way to add a little Christmas spirit to your home, look no further than this crochet candy cane holder tutorial! This decoration is easy to make and can be used for any event or simply as decoration in your home.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make a crochet candy cane holder that is both fun and functional. You'll be able to use this decoration year-round, and it will add a little bit of Christmas cheer to any room in your home! Watch the video and learn how to make this fun and functional crochet candy cane holder today!
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sl st=slip stitch
dc=double crochet
sc=single crochet
F hook
yarn needle

Row 1: Ch 32, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across: -31 sc.
Row 2:  Ch 4, turn work (counts as first dc, chain 1); sk next sc, dc in next sc, (ch 1, dc in next sc) twice, ch 1, [ (dc, ch 1, dc) in next sc] 4 times, (ch 1, sk next sc, dc in next sc) 11 times, -23 dc
Row 3: Ch 1, turn work; sc in first st; *(dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc) in next dc, sc in next dc; *Repeat from * across: -33 dc Fasten off and Weave in the ends


Martha said...

Thank you for sharing your pattern and video!

barbara73146 said...

Thanks for the video and written pattern.

HeatherHansen said...

Thank you so much! I cannot believe how fast these work up!

Unknown said...

Thank you. They Re so easy that I have my six year old granddaughter making them

GP said...

So agree with everyone these are super easy and very nice to give as gifts. I am giving them to co-workers this year.


Unknown said...

Thank you for the pattern and video. I made 2 of these and they are too big for the candy canes. Did I crochet too loose? Do I need bigger candy canes (I thought they were regular size)? Thanks! Norma

amyscrochetpatterns said...

yes they should be regular size, try a smaller hook and watch the video just in case you missed something,

Unknown said...

Thank-you!! I think hook size is my problem....

Unknown said...

Thank you for video and the printed instructions. Very nice!!

Tammy said...

I was having such a hard time with this pattern and then I found your tutorial video and you saved the day! :) Thanks for taking the time to do all of this!

Katie said...

Hi, sorry if this is a stupid question, but is it possible to take the candy cane out after it has been placed inside the crocheted holder? I would like to make one as a gift for a friend, but I'm thinking she will want to take it out and eat it, lol

amyscrochetpatterns said...

Yea I think so

Unknown said...

Yes you can take it out.

Pat K. said...

I saw that several ladies said that the candy cane holder is too big for the candy cane. I used a G HOOK, too big. Switched to F HOOK still too big.Plus I crochet tight.what is the formula for the foundation ch so I can try making it smaller? Thank you for the help and thank you for the pattern

Unknown said...

I used an F hook and Loops and Threads Impeccable yarn but holder was too big. I also remade using a G hook and it was still too big. Is there a way to make holder smaller?

amyscrochetpatterns said...

I would go down another hook size and use thinner yarn.

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