This fun Santa candy cane holder would make a great Christmas treat for kids. The Santa holds 2 candy canes that form the arms and legs. Keep reading to learn how to get the plastic canvas pattern. It’s quick to stitch!
This Christmas candy cane holder is super fast to make. I stitched mine while I was watching tv in the evening and it took me a couple of nights to finish.
This is the second pattern in my line of plastic canvas candy cane holders. The snowman is already available – just click on the next link down on the page to see it.
I plan on stitching up a few more of these candy cane holders – Mrs. Claus, an Elf, and a Reindeer – in the near future. I want to give each of my kids one that has a different design. So watch for those patterns coming soon!
Santa Candy Cane Holder Plastic Canvas Pattern Details
Finished size: The finished plastic canvas candy cane holder measures approx. 9″ x 4″ (with the candy canes). The Santa by itself measures 5-1/4″ x 3-1/4″.
Colors of yarn used: 6
Stitches used: continental (half cross-stitch), cross-stitch, slanted gobelin, overcast, and whipstitch)
Plastic canvas used: 7 count
Snowman Candy Cane Holder Supplies
- 7 count plastic canvas
- plastic canvas needle
- worsted weight yarn in white, red, black, pink, fleshtone, and gold
- 2 candy canes
Get the Santa Candy Cane Holder Plastic Canvas Pattern
The Santa Candy Cane Holder Plastic Canvas Pattern is available in my Etsy Shop. Get a copy of the pattern here and start stitching it TODAY!
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