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Candy Cones Tutorial by Katie Lewis from The Red Kitchen

Posted by  ·  November 9, 2013  ·  Last Updated: November 9, 2013

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Hi! I’m Katie from The Red Kitchen and author of Simple Sewing: 30 Fast and Easy Projects for Beginners. I have a passion for quick and easy sewing projects and I’m excited to share one with you today!

 

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These fun little Candy Cones are a great way to share your favorite holiday candies and they’re so quick and easy to sew. Make several to share with friends, school teachers, or add them to your children’s stockings! So many fun ways to give your favorite goodies!

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Get the full how-to below! …

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Materials:

  • Free printable Candy Cones pattern in large or small (click here for both sizes)
  • 1/4 yard of fabric*
  • baker’s twine, ribbon, or string
  • candy
*Many different kinds of fabric would work well for this project, but for the candy cones in this tutorial I used regular quilting cotton.
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Step 1: Cut 2 triangles from pattern.

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Step 2: Pin and sew the triangles (right sides together) along the two long side edges. Do not sew across the top edge. Trim the sewn edges with pinking shears.

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Step 3: Turn the cone right side out and press. Trim across the top edge of the cone with pinking shears.

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Step 4: Fill cone with your favorite candy!

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Step 5: Cut a piece of baker’s twine, ribbon, or string to about 10″-15″ long. Tie the twine around the top of the cone to keep the candy inside.

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Finished!

Enjoy making and giving your favorite candies in style this holiday season! If you’re giving them within your own home, be sure to save them to re-use again next year!

Happy sewing!

xo Katie

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  3. Angela Miller
    Sunday, November 10th, 2013
    Simple but very effective, what a clever idea. thankyou for the tutorial.
  4. Saturday, November 9th, 2013
    These would me a fun way of dropping off little gifts to the neighbors. They look super easy, too. Thanks!
  5. Saturday, November 9th, 2013
    This is such a cute thing, be nice to put on a gift, Thanks for sharing. Kay