[Free Pattern] This Crochet Pumpkin Is The Perfect Pattern For Autumn!

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This little guy is adorable and looks amazing! This Pumpkin pattern by June Gilbank is perfect! It makes a quick project that turns out wonderfully! You can easily make several of these as gifts for the season! Keep your crochet pumpkin simple, or embellish it with a cute face or a scary Halloween face.



Crochet yourself a pumpkin – the perfect pattern for autumn! With this one basic pattern, you can create a realistic pumpkin for your Fall table, a cute amigurumi-style pumpkin for the kids, or a spooooooooooooooky pumpkin for Halloween.

Yarn: worsted weight yarn in orange, plus brown or green for the stalk

Hook: E US/3.5mm crochet hook

Size: approx 3.5” diameter. (Your gauge and yarn choice will affect the finished size slightly.) (Source)


Thanks to June Gilbank for the article inspiration and featured image.

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4 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] This Crochet Pumpkin Is The Perfect Pattern For Autumn!”

  1. My pumpkin for my 3 month old grandson.


    Chain 20.
    Turn chain 3 for first dc.
    Row 1 to 20..
    1 dc in each back loop.
    Tie off
    Join to make seam.
    Join with appropriate stitch.

    Ch 2.
    In first ch dc 18.
    Row 2 dc 36 join
    Row 3 dc 54 join and tie off
    Stitch bottom to body with seam on inside.

    Stem n top
    Ch 2
    Row 1 to row 10
    Single crochet 5..
    Keep it 5 SC for 10 rows ..tie iff
    Work in and tie off yarn at beginning.
    Now with pumpkin color join with slip stitch to stem.
    Row 1With dc do 28 in stem bottom.
    Row 2 is 53 dc
    Row 3 is 70 dc
    Row 4 is 82 dc
    Tie off ..work in and tie all ends securely.

    Curly vine
    Brown or any color desired.
    Chain 25..
    2.sc in each chain till end. .tie well.
    Work yarn ends in bottom of stem from front to back.
    Tie and work in.

    15 chain
    Turn..SC in next 3 ch
    Half dc in next 3 ch
    DC in next 3 ch
    Half dc in next 3 ch
    SC in last 3 ch..
    Going back into chain and repeat stitches
    Tie off.
    Work ends in as for curly vine.. from front to back.
    Tie and work in.

    Stuff body careful not to stretch stitches too much.

    Attach top to body loosely with different color yarn just to hold in place while securing with pumpkin color yarn.

    Taking a yarn needle working around the pumpkin secure the top to the body.
    Work in ends and tie.

    The yarn around the leaf is done with 2 contrasting colors just using yarn needle and picking up the front stitch of the dc.

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