Are you ready to add some fall decor to your home crochet-style? Whip up a few of these crochet pumpkins. I’ve rounded up 15 crochet pumpkin patterns I think you’ll love.
Can you believe I’ve been crocheting for over 20 years and last fall was the first time I ever made crochet pumpkins? I know, craziness.
I had quite a bit of scrap yarn leftover from a few sweaters and blankets I had made and they were the perfect colors for pumpkins.
So I made a few.
I love how they turned out and I can’t wait to get them out again this fall. I’m definitely planning on adding a few more designs, especially after creating this round-up post and seeing some must-makes.
Here's a well-done crochet pumpkin pattern for simple ribbed pumpkins. She shares step-by-step photos to walk you through the process, helping you whip out a pumpkin or two in no time. Add a cinnamon stick as the stem and you're good to go.
For those of you (like me) who love making modern crochet patterns, these crochet pumpkins that look like knit are for you. What's the secret to knit-like pumpkins? Back loop and front loop only, a crochet technique I have come to love.
This pattern caught my eye because she turned these tiny crochet pumpkins into a garland and it's just about the cutest idea with pumpkins I've seen. Grab her pattern and instructions on making a crochet pumpkin garland at the link below.
How about adding a plaid pumpkin to the mix? I am definitely going to try to make a few of these this year to add to my collection. This pumpkin is surprisingly easy to make, using only double crochets. I am all for it!
These look so incredibly perfect! What I like about these is they have a special stitch which gives them this unique look. I also like that you can make them without having to create the ridges like in other patterns.
Here's another unique pumpkin pattern. Plus, it has the best name wouldn't you agree? She used Caron Big Cakes yarn to get this look. This is a very large pumpkin and you can really tell the size in the picture where she's holding it. So go take a look!
How about a striped pumpkin? Well, here you go! Meg Made With Love created these and shared them on the Sewrella blog. The finished size is 8″ tall by 6.5″ wide and the whole pumpkin is worked with two strands of yarn.
1DogWoof never disappoints with her crochet designs. It doesn't get much better than this pumpkin succulent planter. She has a bunch more pictures of different sizes and with different varieties of succulents, so go check them out!
Which Crochet Pumpkin Will You Make?
I’ve got my eye on those gingham pumpkins for sure.
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Hi! I’m Julie. I design modern crochet patterns and tutorials to help you learn to crochet. I’ve been crocheting for over two decades and with the gentle nudging of my husband, decided to turn this passion into a career. Although we travel a lot in our campervan, you’ll never find me without a bag of yarn and projects.