Crochet Pumpkin Patterns, a Round-up

Picture collage of pumpkin crochet patterns.

I’m so excited about our weather forecast this coming week! We are going to have some fall thunderstorms and lower temperatures. It feels like fall is finally here! With fall comes pumpkins of course! I’m a pumpkin spice lover myself and love pumpkins and how they feel like part of a cozy, charming, traditional fall. As such, I’ve collected ten crochet pumpkin patterns for you. Enjoy!

Stuffed Crochet Pumpkin Patterns

Berry Beautiful Pumpkins crochet pattern from Peach and Paige.

Berry Beautiful Pumpkins from Peach and Paige designs has really great texture! And I love the corkscrew vines and leaves as well! This pattern has instructions for two sizes of pumpkins as shown here. This is a paid pattern.

Get the Berry Beautiful Pumpkins crochet pattern here.

Farmhouse crochet pumpkins from Grace and Yarn.

Farmhouse Crochet Pumpkins are from Grace and Yarn. These are made with worsted weight cotton yarn. The designer used a few different yarns including Dishie from We Crochet. Each pumpkin takes about 95 yds of yarn. Free pattern.

Get the Farmhouse Crochet Pumpkins pattern here.

Fall Harvest Crochet Pumpkins from Jen Hayes Creations.

Fall Harvest Crochet Pumpkins is a pattern from Jen Hayes Creations. Each pumpkin takes less than one skein of yarn! You may be able to make an additional pumpkin that is a mix of colors. Free pattern.

Get the Fall Harvest Crochet Pumpkins pattern here.

Rick Rack Pumpkin is from Hooked by Kati.

Hooked by Kati is the designer of this Rick Rack Pumpkin. Isn’t it cute?! The stitch pattern, called “rick rack stitch” is a variation of v-stitch. You will learn how to increase and decrease in this stitch pattern with this pattern. Free.

Get the Rick Rack Pumpkin crochet pattern here.

Pretty in Gingham Pumpkin crochet pattern from Divine Debris.

This Pretty in Gingham Pumpkin crochet pattern is from Divine Debris. Get your pumpkin fix with this velvet gingham pumpkin! Free pattern.

Get the Pretty in Gingham Pumpkin pattern here.

Other pumpkin patterns

Crochet Pumpkin Coaster from Desert Blossom Crafts.

This cute Crochet Pumpkin Coaster is from Desert Blossom Crafts. This will be a cute way to dress up your table for festive fall holidays! Free pattern.

Get the Crochet Pumpkin Coaster pattern here.

Pumpkin Beanie from Crochet It Creations.

Crochet It Creations designed this adorable pumpkin hat pattern! The pattern includes four sizes from newborn to child. The pattern uses post stitches to create the texture. If you aren’t familiar with post stitches, see my tutorial here. Free pattern.

Get the Pumpkin Beanie crochet pattern here.

Pumpkin Dishcloth from Krissy's Over The Mountain Crochet.

This pumpkin crochet pattern is a dishcloth! I think I could feel just a bit more festive while washing my dishes with one of these cute dishcloths. This paid pattern is from Krissy’s Over The Mountain Crochet.

Get the Pumpkin Dishcloth crochet pattern here.

Crochet Pumpkin Pot from Hooked on Patterns.

Hooked on Patterns designed this clever Crochet Pumpkin Pot. You could use this to pass out your candy, or give it as a gift filled with a treat. Maybe you could give it as a prize for a costume contest! Free pattern.

Get the Crochet Pumpkin Pot pattern here.

Tapestry Crochet Pumpkin Potholder from Raffamusa Designs.

Tapestry Crochet Pumpkin Potholder is an elegant fall design from Raffamusa Designs. This is a tapestry colorwork crochet pattern that will look beautiful in your kitchen or dining room. Free pattern.

Get the Tapestry Crochet Pumpkin Potholder pattern here.

And there you go! Ten beautiful, fun, festive crochet patterns for pumpkins! Which one will you make first? What fall crochet projects have you made in the past?

Happy crocheting,

April

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2 thoughts on “Crochet Pumpkin Patterns, a Round-up”

  1. It’s really hard to print the free version of your patterns because of the header on the page. It cuts off lines of instructions. Love the patterns, but not the work to get a written version.

    1. Hi Sallie. The free version on the website isn’t intended to be printed, but used while looking at the website. If you would prefer a printed version I suggest you purchase the PDF, which only costs a few dollars. Bloggers get paid because you view ads while on their site, or because you pay for the PDF. I hope you’ll agree that everyone, including bloggers, deserve to paid for their work. Best wishes, April.

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