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Crochet a Candy Garland

17 December 2008 6,022 views 6 Comments

by heather

Create this simple garland by crocheting the candy directly to a crochet chain. These are an easy way to brighten up your tree or holiday decor. I have mine up around my windows and they remind me of Christmas lights, but they shine in the daytime and make me happy!

Project Materials:

  • Individually Wrapped Hard Candy, $1 for 12 oz bag
  • Pretty yarn (the brighter, the better!), on hand or $1

Total cost: $2 or less

Use up your stash yarn for this! No need to buy new yarn (unless any excuse will do!)

To make:

Crochet a chain to start your garland. If you don't know how to crochet, this is the most basic stitch in crocheting, and truly anyone can learn how to do it in a matter of minutes.

I started with thirty chains.

When you're ready to attach the candy, slip the yarn off your crochet hook and around the twisted part of one side of your candy and tighten. You can add another knot here if you want for security.

Take your yarn and twist around the other side of the candy. Put your hook under the yarn that is stretched across the candy and yarn over the hook (like with a regular chain stitch) and pull through. Continue to chain (I did 15 between each candy), and repeat.

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