The colder days are just around the corner and that means it’s time to knit and crochet and do things that make us feel warm and fuzzy. It’s something that has always comforted me and I just love anything handmade. These knitted candy corn potholders are such a sweet gift idea y’all. They’re super easy to make and just flat our adorable. Perfect for this season!
I have crocheted for the longest time but have had a much harder time picking up knitting. Side-note: If you love knitting, you’ve got to check out my friend Amy’s blog, MomAdvice.com. She does the neatest projects and they are almost always specifically for gift giving. Anyways, I have all these needles, yarn, and patterns but was clueless for the longest time. Knitting takes patience, something I don’t have but there’s is something about it (and crocheting), that calms me. What are some of your favorite knitting projects? Do you knit things specifically for events, holidays, etc?
I love the colors of Fall and what’s Fall without candy corn?! These would fun teacher gifts or just to decorate your home. Here are instructions for knitting these super cute candy corn potholders. And I’d LOVE for y’all to ‘pin’ on Pinterest. I’m acowboyswife on Pinterest and would love a follow if you’re up to it!
Enjoy y’all and happy knitting!
- US Size 8 5.0mm Knitting Needles
- Loops & Threads Worsted Yarn (White)
- Loops & Threads Worsted Yarn (Sunny Day)
- Loops & Threads Worsted Yarn (Pumpkin)
Row 17: SS PSSO, K to last 2 STS, K2GO
Row 25: SS PSSO, K to last 2 STS, K2GO
Row 29: SS PSSO, K to last 2 STS, K2GO