Candy Crochet Christmas Ornaments


Candy Crochet Christmas Ornaments

Candy Crochet Christmas Ornament
Candy Crochet Christmas Ornament

Decorating the Christmas tree is one of the most fun holiday activities there is. Pulling out each individual ornament and remembering a special memory connected with it is such a special tradition. It's made even more significant when you make your ornaments yourself, like with these Candy Crochet Christmas Ornaments. These cute candy tree decorations are absolutely delectable. They would make such a delicious addition to your holiday decorations. Plus, think of all the sweet new Christmas memories you'll be able to make with this project!


Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

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Knowing me, I would probably fore go the application of the felt but that is probably what gives the project the stability that it needs to stand up over the years. I guess I would call that the attention to detail.

I don't see it. Candy? Well they will work up easy enough and I guess if the circle itself were a color like red and the stripes in white I could see peppermint, maybe. I have to say when you see the disc along with the ribbon candy it may be a better fit.

These are adorable. Last Christmas I changed my theme. I changed it to a candy motif. I had candy lights, ornaments and wreath. The grand kids really liked it. These will really fit right in and look cute. I am wondering if I can use this as a pattern for a tree skirt?

This is a cute Crochet and Craft project that could work for several different age groups. The crocheted circles could be worked ahead. The embroidery could be managed like sewing cards since the holes are so big. And I would be sorely tempted to glue the white felt circles to the back of the crochet pieces instead of hand sewing. That would give the ornaments more stability.

No comments on this one yet? I find that hard to believe. It must be that most people haven't stumbled across it just yet. These look boutique-worthy and expensive. I would pay top dollar for a set of these at a fancy store. But I won't do that because I can actually make them myself because they are so darn easy to put together! The circle is all one piece, and then you choose your contrast stripe colors and do a simple embroidery stitch around it. She did add a layer of felt on the back for extra body and to hold up well. I say you can do without that if need be. It IS a nice finishing touch, though. It is all double crochet, too!


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