19 Free Crochet Pumpkin Patterns
Crochet pumpkins, big or small, are lovely décor items for fall. You can also use the as centerpieces for festive occasions like Thanksgiving. The pumpkin face patterns would be hot property for Halloween. You can also use them as gifts or favors. They offer a unique way of wowing your guests. Pumpkin patterns can also be used in appliques, potholders, coasters, pins, key chains, baskets, etc.
Kick off autumn in style by crocheting these jumbo crochet pumpkin patterns. They are made with worsted-weight yarn.
These mini crochet pumpkins are worked in the round. The small leaves make them complete. The technique of tightening the pumpkin after inserting the stuffing has been explained nicely in the tutorial.
This cute little crochet pumpkin pattern is perfect for Halloween. It is crocheted in back loops only. You can stuff it with fiberfill.
This is a beginner crochet project as it is made from basic crochet stitches. You can use these large, ribbed pumpkins as decorations for Halloween and Thanksgiving.
A flat pumpkin pattern can be a motif or an applique. The tiny pumpkin is made with a magic circle and mainly relies on single and double crochet stitches.
Crochet Pumpkin Applique Pattern Free
This decorative pumpkin patch potholder boasts textured stitching and big full leaves. You can use it to celebrate fall, Thanksgiving, and Halloween.
This farmhouse crochet pumpkin can be crocheted pretty fast and is fun to make. You need to change colors, and it can be whipped up in the evening.
Small stuffed crochet pumpkins are the perfect fall décor. They are made from brown and orange worsted-weight yarn.
This crochet pumpkin basket with a lid would prove to be useful in storing your knick-knacks. You can also use it as a little bowl without the cover.
Now that you are through with the various patterns and items associated with crochet pumpkins, it’s time to take the plunge. Don’t worry. Most of the above are simple patterns. You would love the squishiness of the amigurumi pumpkins.
Published on July 24th 2020 by Peyton Derrida