Crafting, Crochet

9 Patterns To Fuel Your Pumpkin Obsession



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If you can’t tell from my Instagram posts lately, I have a major problem that I’ve been dealing with: pumpkins have taken over every horizontal surface of my room!

It’s a problem that is not made any better by all of the pumpkin patterns out there. Every time I find a new pattern, I think ”I’ll just make one more pumpkin”. Like potato chips, this is never the case.

That’s why I decided to write this post, to share all of the pumpkin patterns that have caught my eye with you, so that you too can become addicted to the pumpkin ways!

Settle in with the pumpkin spice or fall drink of your choice and enjoy the list. These are listed in no particular order and include patterns for both knit and crochet pumpkins.

All of the patterns on this list use a variety of different techniques to create interesting looks to spice up your home decor.
Most but not all of these patterns are available for free, I will be sure to note if that is the case.
All of the photos are the properties of their respective designers and are included to showcase the pattern.
Be sure to go and show these these patterns and their designers some love!

The yarns & supplies I use for my pumpkins:

I use any vaguely autumnal colored yarn that I have.
Some of these include:

Lion Brand’s Vanna’s Choice in Rust, Terracotta, and Fisherman (Vanna’s Choice is currently on sale for $3.24 instead of the usual $4.99)

Red Heart Soft

Caron Simply Soft


I fill all of my pumpkins with Poly-fil.

Let’s get into the patterns!

Wee Warrior Crafts
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Amazingly Easy And Quick Crochet Pumpkins – Wee Warrior Crafts

This quick and easy pumpkin pattern from Wee Warrior Crafts is perfect whether you’re new to crocheting or an old pro.
It includes directions for 3 sizes of pumpkin and works with any weight of yarn.

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Louise Bollanos, Handy Little Me
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Cinnamon Cable Knit Pumpkins – Handy Little Me

I love a good cable, and this pattern from Handy Little Me features an easy to memorize 6 row pattern with a simple 4 stitch cable. This is perfect if you have never done cables before or just want some practice at cabling.

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Crafting For Weeks
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Houndstooth Pumpkin – Crafting For Weeks

I’m not normally a fan of houndstooth, but this pumpkin pattern from Crafting For Weeks is the exception.

It’s available in 3 sizes and is great with either one or two colors of yarn.

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Who’s Handmade
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Picot Pumpkin – Who’s Handmade

This pattern from Who’s Handmade uses single crochet bobbles as well as the “wrong” side of single crochet to create a great texture.

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Jessica Paz Creates
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Tiger Stripe Pumpkin – Jessica Paz Creates

This pattern from Jessica Paz Creates uses sections of Lion Brand’s Wool-Ease Thick & Quick as well as LB’s Go For Fleece to create a uniquely textured pumpkin.

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Crafting For Weeks
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Great Star Pumpkin – Crafting for Weeks

Another great pattern from Crafting for Weeks, this one features a combination of stitches including the star stitch that give these pumpkins great texture and visual interest.

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Little Leaf Crochet
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Autumn Bean Stitch Pumpkin – Little Leaf Crochet

This pattern by Little Bean Crochet is great if you are looking for a pattern with a boho feel and texture. This pattern works with any worsted weight yarn.

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A Plush Pineapple
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Kelsi Pumpkin – A Plush Pineapple

This pattern from A Plush Pineapple features diagonal ridges and is worked flat. This patterns works with any medium weight yarn.

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K Hook Creations
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Striped Pumpkins – K Hook Creations

The first time I saw these pumpkins by K Hook Creations, I thought they were made of fabric not yarn! The contrasting colors and construction technique combine to create these lovely sectioned pumpkins.

The free version of the pattern includes 4 different ways to make them and the paid version also includes a bonus mini size.

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That’s it for this pattern roundup, be sure to check out my last post for 4 different ways to finish you yarn pumpkins.

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