I don’t know about you, but I love knitting and crocheting cute pumpkins in the Fall! They make beautiful and classy home decor, and some are great for scrap yarn you may have in your stash, depending on the size. You can also sell pumpkin in your online shop or at Fall markets. Customers love them!
I have rounded up some of my favorite knit and crochet pumpkin patterns to make this fall. Each pumpkin on this list is designed by a talented maker.
So grab a PSL, your crochet hook or knitting needles, and cozy up with one of these cute patterns!
What you will need to make a pumpkin
- Hook or needle
- Polyfil, yarn scraps, or another form of stuffing
- Tapestry needle
- I like to use cinnamon sticks. Other ideas include twine, leather strips, small sticks.
- I like to hot glue my stem so it doesn’t fall out.
The Coffee Bean Pumpkin
This is my own pattern and it is FREE here on the blog! It features the stitch I use for all my Coffee Bean designs and is knitted with super bulky yarn. Find the pattern here!
The Sweater Pumpkin
The Sweater Pumpkin is my other pumpkin pattern and is available on Etsy. It features squishy cables that remind me of a cozy sweater. Click here for the pattern!
The Berry Pumpkin
This large crochet pumpkin features a cute, berry texture. It’s quick to make with super bulky yarn and would look beautiful in any home. Click here for the pattern from Oak and Willow.
Luxe Leopard Pumpkin
I love this leopard print pumpkin from Crafting for Weeks! It is a FREE crochet pattern on her blog, and my favorite part is that it looks knit! Click here to head over to the free pattern.
The Cozy Pumpkin
This cute crochet pumpkin from Cozy Moon Design is made with two strands of worsted yarn held together, and also looks knit! Find the pattern by clicking here!
The Blue Ridge Pumpkin + The Parkway Pumpkin
Velvet Knit Pumpkin
Do you love velvet yarn? These knit pumpkins are so classy. I have a pink one in my home! This knitting pattern from The Ville Crochet is available here.
The Autumn Sweater Pumpkin
This crochet pattern from Christina Ann Studios features tall and short pumpkins. It also includes a tutorial for how to create the unique stem. The pattern is written for super bulky yarn but is easily adaptable. Click here for the pattern!
Happy pumpkin making, everyone!
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