Learn how to make this unique crochet stitch by watching this video tutorial in English subtitles. Keep reading for projects you can make using this easy crochet stitch!
I’ve been holding on to this pattern for over a year now, so I’m excited to finally share it with you all. These pumpkins can be made with just about any worsted weight yarn in any color combo you’d like. To keep them a little more interesting, I made mine with some mini cake yarns (Yarn Bee Lil’ Dollop) to give that cool color-block effect without having to change yarns. Each skein of Lil’ Dollop is enough to make one large pumpkin or to make one medium and one small pumpkin with a bit left over. Gauge isn’t crucial for this pattern, but if you crochet looser you may want to size down a hook so that your stuffing doesn’t come out of the stitches too much.
We’re going to start with the small pumpkin base and work our way up to the large one. Instructions are then given for shaping each pumpkin and attaching the stem. The photos shown for the shaping process are from the smallest version, but they should be a useful reference for each size since they all have the same construction.
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As always, Before you go I want to ask you if you value this work and you liked the knitting course, share it with all your friends on social networks and share it in their crochet groups so that all the little spiders in the world will benefit from it. crochet art !
Video tutorial : How to Crochet a Pumpkin