Crochet Pattern: Marshmallow Charms

Marshmallow Charm sheet sprinkles
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I’ve made these marshmallow charm headbands in my Etsy shop for a while, and now you can make your own magically crochetlicious accessories! You can use these little charms to make a headband, or separate hair clips, or fridge magnets, or big plush rings, pins/brooches, all kinds of projects!

This pattern is free for 48 hours before I put it in my Etsy shop! (Until noon on Saturday, March 5th.) I think this is a fun way to say thank you to people who follow my blog and social media. 

This pattern is now available in my Etsy shop!

I also have a video tutorial on YouTube.

A few words about the yarn. I always used Red Heart Super Saver for this particular pattern, because it came in all the colors I needed. I prefer to use the same yarn brand and line for all these charms so that the gauge is all the same, and I don’t have to think about it. The charms are all meant to be approximately the same size, or at least the same height, so that they look cute together. As it turns out, the peach color that I used is now discontinued. Yarn getting discontinued is ALWAYS A HUGE BUMMER to me, and I know it makes people crazy when they find discontinued yarn in a pattern, and they will ask me for a substitute. I wanted to wait to post the pattern until I could find another worsted weight yarn line with all the colors that I wanted. I think some people have mentioned I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby, but I have never bought from Hobby Lobby. There are some other worsted weight peach colors like Caron One Pound in Peach and Lion Brand Pound of Love in Creamsicle that you could substitute in, and I’ll make that note in the pattern. If you want smaller charms and don’t mind spending a bit more per yard, Plymouth Encore Worsted has all the right colors. Oh, also I just started checking out what seems to be Jo-Ann Fabric’s yarn line Big Twist, and their Big Twist Baby Yarn has a range of pastels that could work for this pattern, too.

Marshmallow Charm sheet back plain

I hope you guys have a lot of fun thinking of new ways to use your charms! That lil clover is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!

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31 Replies to “Crochet Pattern: Marshmallow Charms”

  1. Bianca Alicia says:


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  2. PenelopePPitstop says:

    Thank you for sharing!

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      You’re so welcome!!

  3. Kristy C says:

    Thank you for posting!! My girls will love a couple of charm headbands this spring. Very generous of you!

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      You’re welcome!! It might be a lot of charms for little girl’s head band, so they can pick their favorites! 😉

  4. Kristen says:

    OMG!!!!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!! I’ve loved your headbands FOREVER (and I own one) but I always wanted to make more and put marshmallows on EVERYTHING!!!!! You’re the best!!!!!!

  5. Maria says:

    Thank you these are so cute

  6. Sara says:

    Thanks! These are so cute!

  7. sue says:

    thank you so much 🙂

  8. Thanks for sharing! I love them on your headband!

  9. Jennifer H. says:

    I am so excited to try these out! Thank you so much!!!

  10. Kerry-Anne says:

    Thank you so much 🙂 xx

  11. Terri says:

    Thank you Any thing Twinkie Chan is AWESOME…:-)

  12. plibellchen says:

    Many thanks for sharing, my girls and i love your work!

  13. Sapphire says:

    OMG! You are so AMAZING!

  14. Kate says:

    I’m so excited! I’ve been practically stalking your Etsy shop for the return of this one and here you are gifting it our way! You’re awesome! Thank you, Miss Twinkie!

  15. Dianne Tunby says:

    They are so cute!! Thank you for sharing!!!

  16. Alecia says:

    Thank you so much Lady!

  17. Regina says:

    Thank you so much!!

  18. karen brathwaite says:

    Magically Delicious!!!! Thank you Ms. Twinkie for the marshmallow patterns bringing me back to my childhood days. God bless you.

  19. Kim says:

    This is great!! And just oh-so-adorable!! I’m thinking they might be fun in neons too! 😀

  20. Milissa says:

    So great of you to do this for us. I can not wait to go to buy some yarn and make some.

  21. Peggy says:

    Thanks for sharing

  22. Juju says:

    Thank you!!!!

  23. Liz says:

    I’m already halfway done with a headband! Thank you for sharing the pattern. This is one I have been admiring for a long time. 😀

  24. Jess Miller says:

    Thank you!!! They and you are awesome!!!

  25. Darlene says:

    Did you know you need to turn you horseshoes the other way as you are letting all the luck run out! Superstitious I know, but if you are going to do lucky charms you don’t want to lose your luck.

  26. Queen says:

    in love with this charms.. can’t wait to try them.

  27. Dani says:

    I found yarn at Hobby lobby , it is Yarnology needle art yarn, it comes in like 30 yard sample things. They are like 1.39 🙂
    Just thought I would share in case anybody asks for suggestions !

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