crochet pumpkin amigurumi

On Monday I mentioned that I had been playing around with variations on the Tiny Crochet Ball pattern. Hmmm… it’s October. Is it any surprise that I’m making pumpkins? Here’s how you can, too.

Using Tiny Crochet Ball pattern:

Magic ring, R1-2: brown yarn
R3-R11: orange yarn
R12: brown yarn

R1: using brown yarn, chain 5
R2: sc in second bump from hook, sc in next three bumps*

Break yarn and tie a knot. Using a darning needle, attach the stem at the top and bring the ends down through the bottom. Squinch the ball until it’s pumpkin shaped and tie a knot to hold the shape. Bury the ends inside the pumpkin.

*Go into the bumps on the back of the chain, not the stitches on the front of the chain.


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21 Responses to pattern: tiny crochet pumpkin

  1. ganxetades says:

    Beautiful and the photography is wonderful!

  2. Stephanie says:

    That is perfectly eatable!!

    xo Steph

  3. Deborah M. in CA says:

    Would you please share the dimensions of this cute little pumpkin… Thx

  4. Karisa says:

    Absolutely adorable! Thanks so much for linking up. I really appreciate that you participated in our blog hop, and I hope to see your link next month too!

  5. Anne Marie says:

    Love these and your yarn colors are so perfect!!

  6. Ann says:

    Hi—I just came across your blog & want to say how cute your little pumpkins are! I also really like all of your other pretty crochet projects and just wanted to say “thank you” for listing the patterns. I’m not a real experienced crocheter but I think your patterns are easy to follow and for that you’ve given me alot of inspiration! Thanks again :)

  7. OMG – so cute and what a great idea with the little balls you have been making!

  8. kq says:

    love love love. it is so fab it gives me cutosis.

    will you make any for sall in your etsy site? please? i would love a bowl of these. (i am avoiding cut flowers in the winter). they are so colorful and happy they want to be grouped and displayed.

  9. Marr Williams says:

    Hi Julie! Congrats on the Craft magazine write up on the pumpkins. I’m going to make some this weekend. Thank you for sharing.

  10. I think this is one of the nicest pumpkins I’ve seen this year! I’m going to share it with my readers on my linking party, can’t resist linking to it myself….and would love to see you there too of course if you’d like to share some more projects. all the best!

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  13. Ana says:

    Me encanta! espero que no te importe que haga referencia en mi blog.

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  16. Jocelyn Mast says:

    With all our grandkids I would love to make more amigurumi things. My increase side of the ball looks good but I end up getting gaps on the decrease and I just don’t like how it looks. What’s your trick?

  17. Anya says:

    What a cutie! A perfect Fall project.

    Could I link it to my “Make It Thursday” post this week? I will need to use one image (with proper credits) and it will lead readers to your post.

    Thank you,

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