Delicious Desserts C2C CAL: The C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square

[Image description] C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square laying flat on a wood grain background with 4 skeins of yarn, along the left side of the square

It’s that time again friends, the last Tuesday of the month. This month’s last Tuesday is particularly sad for me because that means that Halloween month is almost over. I shall weep later, because first I have to share with you the newest C2C Square – the Candy Corn Afghan Square!

Long time fans will know that I just do not like candy corn. It’s one of my least favorite snack and for a seasonal treat, I’m more willing to be tricked. But when it comes to Halloween looks, it’s tough to beat. This candy has in looks what it lacks in flavor (IMO, my husband loves candy corn so I’m more-a-less indifferent to it these days)… those iconic colors are immediately recognizable to those of us who grew up in the US and when it hits the shelves you know that Halloween is right around the corner.

So of course I needed to make this month’s C2C Delicious Desserts square the Candy Corn Afghan Square. It’s just too powerful to be denied. And I know, it’s not really “dessert” but it’s sweet, it’s yummy, and people really dig it. So I couldn’t pick any other design for this month (especially because I decided November was going to get pumpkin pie as soon as I decided on this year’s theme). Honestly, I would love a whole blanket of these cuties. Maybe I’ll make one someday, to be the best auntie to my brother’s kids. 😀

Anyway, I hope you like this month’s new pattern. Let me know in the comments if you’re a candy corn kind of person or not. No shame or judgement for having never tried it either 😀
I hope you like this year’s theme and join in using the hashtag #DeliciousDessertsC2CCAL and #DivineDebris so I can share your makes!

Want more CALs? Check out 2021’s Plant CAL here, 2020’s C2C Coffee CAL, 2019’s Coffee Tapestry Squares, and the 2018’s Tapestry Afghan Squares.

I hope you all are healthy and happy and have a fabulous Halloween. Please be kind to one and other, wear your masks, wash your hands, and be safe friends!

Please note: I was provided the yarn for this pattern by Lion Brand Yarn for the purposes of making the C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square, without compensation. I wasn’t provided the yarn with the expectations of positive or negative reviews but I did enjoy using this yarn, I’ve used it many times and it’s always a great worsted acrylic yarn.


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[Image description] A half-finished C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square lays flat on a wood-grain background, with skeins of yarn along the top left and a white woman's hand holding the bottom right corner.

-Details-
12 squares (one each month)
16″ x 16″
New square will be released on the last Tuesday of each month
Graphs will be free on my blog (although there will be pdfs available for purchase for the written instructions)
Use the tag #DeliciousDessertsC2CCAL or #DivineDebris so I can see the projects – I might share them on my social media

Where to buy the C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square

COMING SOON

Level

Intermediate – must know how to C2C and read a graph

Materials

Gauge

  • 5 squares x 5 rows = 4” (blocked)

Notes

  • In keeping with industry standards, the graph for this square is free here on my blog but you can purchase the written instructions here.
  • This is a C2C pattern worked from the bottom right corner to the top left corner.
  • This pattern is a square, so you don’t have to worry about increasing on one side and decreasing on the other.
  • Each C2C block consists of 3 double crochets and a ch-3. The directions will only tell you what color (ie: Color A, Color B, etc…) and the number tells you how many blocks to make.
  • Check out the tutorial by Meghan Makes Do on how to do C2C designs if you’re unfamiliar on this technique.
  • You will need to know how to change colors in a C2C for this pattern.
  • Rows 1 – 20 you will be increasing and rows 21 – 39 you will be decreasing.
  • The even-numbered rows are worked up and the odd-numbered rows are worked down. The odd-numbered rows are the Right Side.
  • In the photos: Color A is off-white (Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Choice in Linen 2.2 oz/ 107 yds), color B is yellow (stash yellow .9 oz/ 44 yds), color C is orange (VC in Terracota 1 oz/ 48 yds), and color D is white (VC in White .3 oz/ 14 yds).
[Image description] A top down view of the C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square laying flat on a wood-grain background

Finished product dimensions (measurements may vary by gauge and yarn used)
Approx 16″ x 16″

Graph for C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square

Key: Color A is gray, color B is yellow, color C is orange, and color D is white.

Graph for the Candy Corn Afghan Square

Seaming

I plan on using the join method I used on my Concentric Squares Throw to join this new CAL, you can check it out here.

Don’t forget, you can buy an ad-free pdf of the written instructions for this pattern in my Ravelry shop or in my LoveCrafts shop (coming soon).

Tada! There it is, the C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square! I hope you love it and use the hashtag #DivineDebris on Instagram and I’ll share it in my stories!

Learn to make the colorful C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square from a free graph (great for crochet, knitting, cross stitch) by DivineDebris
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1 thought on “Delicious Desserts C2C CAL: The C2C Candy Corn Afghan Square

  1. I used to LOVE Candy Corn! And so did my one son. I don’t eat much candy anymore now that my kids are grown, but I still buy it for Halloween Treat Bags for my nieces and their friends.

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