As the leaves begin to change and a crisp autumn breeze fills the air, it’s time to embrace the cozy charm of fall fashion. What better way to do so than by crafting your very own Candy Corn Beanie? This delightful crochet pattern is not only a treat for your hands but also an absolute delight for your head!
I am thrilled to share with you a free crochet pattern that will have you looking cute and candy-ready for all your autumn adventures. Whether you’re a seasoned crocheter or a beginner eager to try your hand at this craft, this Candy Corn Beanie pattern is perfect for all skill levels.
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Size 4 Worsted Weight Yarn
I used Hobby Lobby I Love this Yarn in White, Burnt Pumpkin, and Sungold.
Stitches (US Terms)
Sl St- Slip Stitch
BLO- Back Loop Only
This beanie is worked flat in rows and seamed together
Fits Adult heads 21-22 inches in circumference.
We will be using all 3 colors at once.
The starting chain will create the height of your beanie, and each row will create the width.
2 X 2 inches
7 SC across by 6 SC BLO Rows
Finished size: 8.5 inches tall
Candy Corn Beanie Pattern
Using White Yarn
Attach Orange Yarn
Attach Yellow Yarn
Row 1: SC in second ch from hook. SC in the next 11 chs. Bring yellow yarn in front of your work. Insert hook into last yellow st, grab orange yarn and pull that through your yellow ch and the loop on your hook.
Using your orange yarn: SC in the next 12 chs.
Bring orange yarn in front of your work. Insert hook into last orange st, grab white yarn and pull that through your orange ch and the loop on your hook.
Using White Yarn: sl st in the next 12 sts. Ch 1, turn.
Row 2: sl st in BLO of the next 12 sts. Color change in last st. SC BLO in next 12 sts. Color change in last st. SC BLO in each st across. Ch 1, turn.
Row 3: SC in BLO of the next 12 sts. Color change in last st. SC BLO in next 12 sts. Color change in last st. sl st BLO in each st across. Ch 1, turn.
Repeat Rows 2-3 until you reach Row 52.
Tie off each color leaving a tail of 6 inches.
Fold your rectangle in half so your two short ends are lined up.
Start at either end (with the white or yellow yarn)
Thread your yarn tail through your yarn needle.
Whip stitch both ends together, stitch for stitch, until you reach your orange section.
Pull your white or yellow yarn off your needle, and thread the orange
Whip stitch your orange section
Pull your orange yarn off your needle, and thread your last color.
Whip stitch it together.
Tie off and weave in any loose ends.
Take your white yarn and cut a 12 inch piece of yarn.
Using your yarn, thread through your needle. Tie a double knot at the opposite end of the yarn.
Weave this through the top stitches of your white section. Skipping a row, going in through the next. All the way around the top.
Cinch close the opening.
Feel free to add a pom or leave it as is!
That’s it, friends! I hope you enjoyed this Candy Corn Beanie pattern!
If you make a Candy Corn Beanie I would love to see them! Please tag me on Instagram @SierrasCraftyCreations