Christmas Peppermint Candies

Christmas Peppermint Candies

These little crocheted Christmas Peppermint Candies will add a touch of festive cheer to your home. They are so quick and simple to make that you can easily make a bowl full in an evening. Keep this easy Christmas crochet pattern on hand for those quiet moments watching TV, and in no time you'll have a bowl of yummy looking candies to use in a variety of ways. These festive little tidbits would make wonderful gift toppers or even ornaments. Or leave them in a pretty bowl and just admire your handiwork.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love these. Last year I changed the theme of my tree. Since I have four young grand kids I wanted some thing with a more youthful look. I bought lights shaped like peppermints, ornaments too. Every thing on the tree was candy. These will fit right in with all of that.

How adorable! If I wanted to get a really modern decor look to my peppermints, I could do them in off-the-wall color combos, like a minty cool blue with white- or a soft rose pink with the white. Oooh, even better would be working a third color metallic thread in with the worsted weight. They would sparkle and shine in that candy dish! I think they'd be cute as heck strung together for garland on the tree.

What a little treasure this pattern is. Not only are the instructions clearly written, but there are plenty of photos, including a couple demonstrating how to correctly change yarn colors. The author also gives directions for making an invisible join, and how to stitch two discs together for a thicker candy. Tuck a bit of fiber fill sprinkled with a little peppermint oil between the discs for an extra bonus.


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