Happy Halloween friends and Happy Monday! Part 2 of 8 of the Halloween Crochet Blanket & Wall Hanging is here! Meet the smiley candy corn C2C square!
If you missed Part 1 – the Jack O’ Lantern, you can find that post here.
This little guy (or girl) works up super fast and I forgot to mention in the last post to make sure you block these after you complete and *before* you weave in the tails.
I’m having a lot of fun creating these, and hope you enjoy them.
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Smiley Candy Corn Square | C2C Blanket & Wall Hanging
As I mention in part 1, I created these squares quite small, using a 4mm hook & Lion Brands 24/7 cotton. They measure around 8″ x 8″ (all of the squares in the series will be small).
If you use a different brand, and a larger hook, your squares will be larger! Which is why I titled this post as a blanket OR a wall hanging .
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This is a C2C graph pattern. If you are not familiar with C2C, check out my beginner C2C tutorial here.
Check out the C2C blanket size calculator too, so you can figure out how big your square will be if you choose a yarn different than the recommended yarn.
- 4 mm crochet hook
- Yarn in Orange, Mint Green, White or Ecru, and Lemon Yellow (see below for details on what I used for this pattern)
- Darning Needle
+ Suggested Yarn
Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton, medium weight #4 yarn (100% Cotton, 186 yds/ 170 m per 3.5 oz skein)
- White or Ecru (I used Ecru for the sample)
C2C Smiling Candy Corn Graph
I used the 5 / 2 corner to corner crochet method for the sample. This means that to start, I chained 5, then worked my first double crochet into the 3rd chain from the hook. Then used a ch 2, instead of ch 3 on the inside squares. This technique makes the holes smaller.
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Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoy this Halloween Pattern series. Hope everyone has a wonderful social distancing Halloween. These are strange times we are living in, but we will get through it! ~ together.
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