Looking for cool Halloween and Thanksgiving decor? Candy Corn Garland is the perfect decoration for your mantle or window. Bonus? So EASY to crochet!

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Every year, I wade into the great candy corn debate. Some people love it and others hate it. Me? I am one of those who LOVE candy corn.  So much that every single Halloween I will over indulge on it and end up with a massive sugar hangover. Every. Single. Halloween.

Yeah my husband gives me that same look too.

Luckily for me, this candy corn crochet garland won’t trigger a headache, even if I crochet too many (If that is even possible).

The candy corn crochet pattern works up super fast and doesn’t require a lot of yarn. This could be a great stash busting project.  The pattern uses only simple stitches: chain, DC, and DC2TOG. That is it!


NOTE: The materials noted in this section are to make 1 candy corn crochet triangle.  I will give my totals in yards for making 8, however you may need more or less yarn depending on how many candy corn crochet triangles you need.

1 Triangle

  • Yellow: 2 yards
  • Orange: 3 yards
  • White: 1 yard

What I used (8 Triangles) 

  • Yellow: 16 yards (Big Twist Baby in Baby Dandelion)
  • Orange: 24 yards (Red Heart Super Saver in Pumpkin)
  • White: 8 yards (Red Heart Super Saver in White)

Hook: U.S. H/8 – 5.00mm

Also needed:

  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.

Gauge: (U.S. H/8 – 5.00mm) 7 stitches/4 rows = 2×2 inch square in double crochet

Stitches Used:

  • DC = Double Crochet
  • DC2TOG = Double Crochet 2 Stitches Together
  • CH = Chain

Related: How-to Calculate Yarn Length from Weight


Start with Yellow

Chain 26

Row 1: DC in 3rd chain from hook.  DC in each stitch across.  Ch 1. Turn = 25 DC

Row 2: DC2TOG, DC in next 21 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 23 DC

Row 3. DC2TOG, DC in next 19 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 21 DC

Change to Orange

Row 4. DC2TOG, DC in next 17 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 19 DC

Row 5. DC2TOG, DC in next 15 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 17 DC

Row 6. DC2TOG, DC in next 13 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 15 DC

Row 7. DC2TOG, DC in next 11 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 13 DC

Row 8. DC2TOG, DC in next 9 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 11 DC

Row 9. DC2TOG, DC in next 7 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 9 DC

Change to White

Row 10. DC2TOG, DC in next 5 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 7 DC

Row 11. DC2TOG, DC in next 3 stitches, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 5 DC

Row 12. DC2TOG, DC in next 1 stitch, DC2TOG. Ch1. Turn = 3 DC

Row 13. DC3TOG. = 1 DC

Fasten off and weave in all ends.


Block your triangles.  This will allow you to fix the corners to look sharper and relax the stitches.

To attach

Ch 5

Join chain to first yellow corner of the triangle

SC across using the join color across the top of the triangle


Repeat with the next triangle.

End with a Ch 5.  Fasten off and weave in all ends.


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