FREE Small Pumpkin Crochet Pattern
PEACH UNICORN DESIGNS
Instructions on how to crochet this super cute small pumpkin to decorate your home this halloween.
Materials Needed* Scheepjes Catona Cotton 4 ply yarn
1 x 10g Ball of Rich Coral #410
1 x 10g Ball of Caramel # 506 (or scrap of brown)
* 3mm Crochet Hook (US D/3)
* Tapestry Needle
* Toy Stuffing
* Stitch Marker
(Click on the stitch for a video)
Ch - Chain Stitch
Sc - Single Crochet
Inc - Increase (Do 2 sc in next stitch)
Dec2tog - Decrease (Sc the next two stitches together)
Rnd - Round
Pattern Notes* No tension gauge is required.
* Finished Pumpkin size - 7cm round by 3cm high.
* Pattern is written using US terminology.
* Pattern is suitable for a beginner.
* The pumpkin is made up in continuous rounds, Mark the 1st stitch on each round with a stitch marker to ensure you do not lose your place.
Stitch Conversion (If needed)
US to UK/Australia terms
(US) Single Crochet (Sc) same as (UK) Double Crochet (Dc)
Pumpkin - Rich Coral #410
Using a Magic circle start, Sc8
Rnd 1 - (Inc) 8 times (16)
Rnd 2 - (Inc, Sc1) 8 times (24)
Rnd 3 - (Inc, Sc2) 8 times (32)
Rnd 4 - (Inc, Sc1) 16 times (48)
Rnd 5 to 16 - Sc in all (48)
Rnd 17 - (Dec2tog, Sc1) 16 times (32)
Rnd 18 - (Dec2tog, Sc2) 8 times (24)
Rnd 19 - (Dec2tog, Sc1) 8 times (16)
Stuff your Pumpkin.
Rnd 20 - (Dec2tog) 8 times (8)
Fasten off with a long yarn tail, weave the tail through the last 8 stitches and pull to close.
Take the yarn up the side of the pumpkin and down through the centre from the top to the bottom, pull tight and repeat around the pumpkin another 6 times.
Secure the end.
Stalk - Caramel # 506
Row 1 - Sc4, ch1, turn
Row 2 - Sc4.
Fasten off and sew onto the top centre of your pumpkin.
All done, hope you enjoyed making your pumpkin!
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