Follow this free crochet pumpkin pattern and learn how to make these super cute crochet pumpkins. Whip them up in solid or multi-colors!
Say hello to this month’s guest poster Geneva from Knot and Stitch Design. She is sharing her Pumpkin Patch Crochet pattern with us!
Hello Fall. This fun and easy crochet design will have you making all pumpkins. Perfect for fall decor and even make for great gifts.
This pattern includes instructions for solid and striped pumpkins that measure 5 inches wide by 2 inches tall (without the cinnamon stem). These cute little pumpkins are the perfect project for beginner crocheters. A great stash buster as well. So get all of your scraps ready to make your own pumpkin patch.
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Crochet Pumpkin Patch Materials
5mm H hook
Vanna’s Choice (4 weight) – Solid pumpkin (36 yards) striped pumpkin (MC 18 yards and CC 18 yards)
Stitch Key (US Terms)
Sc: single crochet
Sl st: slip stitch
Blo: back loop only
4×4 swatch: 15 sc in the blo, ch 1 and turn x 2, sl st loosely 15 times once. Repeat sequence 3 times (total of 12 rows).
Crochet Pumpkin Instructions
This pumpkin is worked in a flat rectangle. I’ve included photos to help with the finishing section of the pattern.
Dimensions when laid flat: 10 inches wide x 4.75 inches tall
Row 1: Skip the first chain, sc down the chain 17 times. Ch 1 and turn.
Row 2: Sc in the blo 17 times. Ch 1 and turn
Row 3-4: Sl stitch loosely in the blo 17 times. Ch 1 and turn.
Repeat rows 1-4 10 times for a total of 40 rows.
Start with the MC and change the color of the yarn every other sequence of the pattern (rows 1-4). You will have five stripes of each color. Five in the MC and five in the CC.
Fold your work in half on the wrong side and slip stitch together in the blo.
Cut an 18 inch tail. Weave in all ends.
Turn right side out. Using your yarn needle, stitch a running stitch all the way around and pull to close. This is the bottom of your pumpkin.
Make a secure stitch then pull yarn through the center towards what now is the top of your pumpkin.
Stitch a running stitch all the way around.
Stuff Polyfil and close the top leaving a small opening for your cinnamon stick.
Pull your yarn down to the bottom and back to the top a few times always coming back to the center of the pumpkin. This will help create that pumpkin shape. Secure and fasten off.
Add the cinnamon stick and ta da. You’ve made a pumpkin.
What a fun & quick pattern! Huge thank you to Geneva for sharing such a falltastic project with us!! Be sure to tag @knotandstitch and @acraftyconcept on Instagram to share off your Pumpkin Patches!
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