22 Crochet Pumpkin Patterns
Discover a pumpkin crochet pattern like you've never seen before!
Crochet pumpkin patterns are the perfect way to get ready for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and fall in general. You can crochet all kinds of pumpkin patterns for the fun fall holidays, from wearable crafts like hats and earrings to decorative pumpkins and more!
Pumpkins are what symbolize fall the best. You see pumpkins as decorations all over the place. You can paint them, carve them and even crochet them.
I love the spook-tacular Halloween holiday. Pumpkin picking is the greatest too, you can really get inspired for all your pumpkin patterns. Here you can find a collection of free easy crochet patterns for pumpkins.
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Crochet Pumpkin Patterns
Dress your newborn up for Halloween this year. Although there may not be a tiny little costume for that bundle of joy you can still crochet this adorable pumpkin beanie. It fits newborns up to three months old.
Another easy crochet pattern is this pin. It's so easy that even kids can make it themselves. You can wear the pin around during the whole week of Halloween just to prepare for that fun time.
Polly Pocket has come back? Crochet this cute pumpkin pattern with Polly Pocket. Your kids will love this free crochet pattern especially your daughters and granddaughters, they can play with her too.
Add a little farmhouse style to your fall decor. These easy pumpkins just take a bit of scrap yarn, some fiber fill and a cinnamon stick to complete. They work up quickly and make fantastic mantel decor.
This pumpkin is a conversation starter. With it in the middle of your table, people will be compelled to ask “why the big pumpkin” and you can say, “Because fall is awesome.”
The vibrant orange color of this pumpkin makes it a wonderful fall decoration. The lovely leaves and that tendril are fabulous details, and it is really easy to make. It's crocheted in the round with some easy finishing touches.
Why make a pumpkin when you can take it one step further and make a pumpkin bear? This adorable project will be a conversation starter at your holiday gathering. He's just so cute!
This pumpkin pillow is both decorative and functional! Cozy up on the couch with your fall decoration, and have it readily on display in your living room when guests come in the door.
Make the cutest little teapot cozy for your fall decor! This pumpkin teapot cozy is worked in post stitches and adorned with crochet leaves that cascade over the dome lid creating an almost life-like pumpkin.
Make a rainbow of pumpkins! Why settle for classic orange when you can make pumpkins in red, yellow, gold, and even teal? This is an easy, squishy pattern to try.
Don't just crochet pumpkins: wear them, too! This tapestry pattern involves color changing, and though it takes some paying attention to, the finished results are so worth it!
Go big or go home. This lovely pumpkin is great for beginners! Work it up using two strands of worsted yarn held together or a bulky yarn instead. The curly tendrils are a wonderful touch!
When fall rolls around, you simply can't have too many pumpkin decorations. This cute little crochet pumpkin and garland is the perfect way to send off summer and get into the spirit of autumn.
These little pumpkins are so charming that you will look forward to sharing them with your friends and neighbors. DIY fall decorating ideas have never been so adorable or so easy.
This cute pumpkin involves a darling detailed top with stem and leaves. Make versions in different colors with white, orange, and green yarns.
If you're feeling really ambitious, make an entire pumpkin afghan! This project works up quickly with a big crochet hook and is great if you're looking to practice working up patterns with a graph.
Explore another graph pattern with this pumpkin pillow! Make a cute design that will sit nicely on your living room couch. Prepare for Halloween with crochet!
Work up the tiniest pumpkins in this roundup when you crochet pumpkin earrings! There are several cute color options to choose from, and these earrings are great for teachers or simply for homeowners answering the door for trick or treaters.
What type of pumpkin are you looking to make?