Follow this easy crochet Pineapple Planter pattern to add some fun and functionality to your plants! Free crochet pattern.
Welcome this month’s guest poster Allie from Stuck on You Crochet! She designed this super adorable pineapple planter pattern and has provided the written pattern along with a video tutorial to help you every step of the way 🙂
“Looking for a fun, quick, and adorable summer project? Look no further! The pineapple is a sign of “welcome” to others and represents friendship, hospitality, and warmth. With a cute little succulent, this crochet pineapple planter is perfect for gifting to others or displaying as an accent in your home!
This pattern creates a cover for a 2-inch succulent planter. It is most appropriate for intermediate crocheters and beyond. An advanced beginner with experience using the bobble stitch and working in the round may also enjoy this pattern! It is a great stash-buster for scrap yarn!”
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Do you love Pineapples? Check out this fun Pineapple Wall Hanging Pattern on the blog 🙂
Pineapple Succulent Planter Materials
Size F 3.75 mm (I used a Clover size F hook)
Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Cotton Yarn in Curry (~ 40 yards)
Stitch Marker (for the end of each circular row)
Needle (for weaving ends)
Succulent Plant (pattern should work for 2-inch succulents)- I like to get mine at Trader Joe’s!
Ashley found these faux succulents on Amazon and said they fit perfectly in the pineapple planter.
Stitch Key (US Terms)
Bobble Bobble Stitch (*Bobble Stitch is 4 double crochets together)
BLO Back Loop Only
mr Magic Ring
sc Single Crochet
[ ] Repeat instructions within these brackets
To make a 2×2 square, ch 11. Sc x 10 across. Ch 1. Turn. Repeat x 10 rows (11 rows total).
Pineapple Succulent Planter Instructions
1) Start with a magic Ring (MR). Crochet 6 single crochet (sc) into MR and pull to tighten.
2) Increase (inc) in each stitch (st) around.
3) [ inc / sc ] repeating around.
4) [ inc / sc x 2 ] repeating around.
5) sc in the back loop only (BLO) in each st around
6) [ sc x 2 / bobble] x 8
7) [sc / bobble / sc ] x 8
8) [ bobble / sc x 2 ] x 7, bobble, sc, bobble
9) [ sc x 2 / bobble ] x 7, sc, bobble, sc
10) [ sc / bobble / sc ] x 7, bobble, sc x 2
11) [ bobble / sc x 2 ] x 6, bobble, sc, bobble, sc x 2, bobble
12) [ sc x 2 / bobble ] x 6 followed by [ sc / bobble / sc ] x 2
13) [ sc, bobble, sc ] x 6 followed by [ bobble / sc x 2 ] x 2
14) [ bobble, sc x 2 ] x 5, bobble, sc, bobble followed by [ sc x 2 / bobble ] x 2
15) sc in the BLO in each st around. Fasten off, leaving a long tail to sew in.
Sew in your tail. Carefully place your succulent inside of your pineapple planter and pull up to cover the entirety of your planter.
Looking for More Help?
If you’d prefer a step-by-step video tutorial, check out my YouTube video and make a pineapple planter alongside me!
Big thanks to Allie for sharing this wonderful pattern! Be sure to tag @ACraftyConcept and @_StuckonYouCrochet_ on Instagram so we can see all your pineapple succulent planter projects!
We hope you enjoyed the pattern! Be sure to come back to check out all the free patterns on the blog and for future guest designers 🙂