Christmas Seasonal Crochet

The 5 Best Candy Cane Tree Ornament Free Crochet Patterns

There’s only one kind of candy cane: a marvellous one

In addition to evergreen boughs and holly, a candy cane tree ornament is probably the most iconic Christmas decoration. Indeed, candy canes are one of the earliest memories of Christmas, and one we pass on to our own kids. Thus, few people don’t have a memory of hanging them on a tree or stirring their hot chocolate with a long candy cane. Therefore, as these are all treasured memories, you will undoubtedly bring a nostalgic tear to everyone’s eye with a candy cane tree ornament. Moreover, due to “the nature of the beast”, they are super easy and can be made in just about any size and color to match.

Candy Cane Applique

To begin with, this candy cane tree ornament is actually an applique. However, with a bit of string, it’ll be an easy way to put this classic minty treat on a tree, without fear of your youngest ones eating them uncontrollably.

Candy Cane Applique

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Candy Cane Applique

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Candy Cane Ornament

So, here is a simple beginner candy cane tree ornament by Yarnspirations. In brief, it’s a perfect decoration for a Christmas Tree: quick, easy AND 3D.

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Candy Cane  Ornament

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Candy Cane Ornament Candy Cane Ornament

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Candy Cane  Ornament

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Candy Cane and Reindeer Ornament

However, here is one that’s a little more involved, though not much more difficult, a reindeer candy cane tree ornament. Indeed, this is one that that stands out because it’s different, yet still familiar. It’s a playful, joyful take on a candy cane that is being used as a swing by a reindeer. Undoubtedly, it’s a beautiful amigurumi project that will be a great decoration, for the tree or wreath, a fun stocking stuffer, or simply a splendid toy for the kids.

Reindeer Candy Cane Ornament

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Candy Cane  Tutorial

 Reindeer Christmas Ornament

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Victorian Candy Cane Covers

Next, how about we combine a crocheted candy cane tree ornament with an actual candy cane? Not only can it be an ornament, but also a caddy or case for giving candy canes to kids.

Victorian Candy Cane Covers

The full article about this pattern is here:

Victorian Candy Cane Covers

on Ravlery.

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