Want to know the best place to find cute and unique pumpkin-themed patterns this fall? Look no further than the Pumpkin Palooza blog hop! This year’s event may be over, but you can still check out almost all of these 21 patterns for free! That’s why I’ve complied all of them in one neat place: Pumpkin Palooza 2022 Pattern Round Up.
If you’ve never heard of it, Pumpkin Palooza is an annual blog hop event hosted by Kelsie of Crafting for Weeks and Sarah of A Plush Pineapple. Together, as the Pineapple & Pine team, these ladies collect pumpkin-themed patterns from top designers and put together a super fun blog hop.
It’s an awesome chance to not only get fantastic patterns for free, but also find new designers you’re sure to love!
Pumpkin Palooza 2022 Pattern Round Up
Scroll through and check out this year’s awesome patterns! If you find one you like, click on the image and you’ll be directed to that designer’s blog (if the pattern is available for free) or their Ravelry (if it’s a paid-only pattern).
A classic autumn must-have for your home, these quirky cute hand-knit gourds are beginner friendly and super easy to assemble. The pumpkins are knit flat in super bulky yarn and seamed together with extra yarn and a tapestry needle. Video tutorials for how to assemble the pumpkins and how to knit the Seeded Rib Stitch are included in the Helpful Links section of the pattern and on the blog post.
Craft fairs are right around the corner and in a market season filled with pumpkins, this Wavy Pumpkin is sure to stand out in a crowd! With endless color combos, size customization and all sorts of unique stem possibilities, you'll be dazzling people in your booth with these gourdgeous beauties!
Hello, gourdgeous! It's time to spice things up. Let's carve out some fun and give 'em pumpkin to talk about. The Granite Gourd is worked in the round, starting at the base and working towards the stem while creating integral ribs for shaping. No sewing is required for that perfect pumpkin form; just cinch the top opening and attach your stem. Life is gourd! Options are provided for eighteen finish sizes to fully customize your pumpkin patch.
A must-have autumn decoration, the Loopy Herringbone Pumpkin is both fun to make and adds a touch of whimsy to your home. Using bulky yarn, the pumpkins are crocheted flat and are assembled using the slip stitch and a tapestry needle. The stem and loopy leaves are then crocheted using worsted weight yarn and are sewn onto the top of the pumpkin. A photo tutorial for the loopy leaves is included in the tutorials section of the pattern.
Fall is upon us, friends! Celebrate the shift in season by making your favorite little one a bitty pumpkin buddy to love on all season long. The bitty pumpkin buddy is a tiny-sized lovey offering both comfort and fun for littles. The bobble texture and soft body structure give great sensory input while the cute design makes this bitty perfect for play!The bitty pumpkin is a quick work-up with minimal sewing and lots of versatility. Made with cotton yarn and worked from the bottom up, these bitties are perfect for fall markets or quick baby gifts!
This is Halloween!!! Celebrate spooky season with this cuddly, spooky cute jellyfish plush! Customizable with two different jack-o-lantern faces, this pumpkin jellyfish – or a Jelly Lantern, if you will – is the perfect toy, plush, decor, and/or Halloween gift this autumn season! The pattern is easy to follow and has photos to guide you. So don’t wait – pop in your favorite scary movie, dim the lights, and crochet a whole pumpkin patch of these Jack the Jelly Lanterns!!!
The Bobblicious Pumpkin is the ultimate super-stash-buster project to help you decorate your home for the fall season, stock up on handmade gifts for Halloween, and clear up those odd balls of yarn you have in your stash and make room for new ones! The super-rich texture of the bobble stitch, combined with the realistic short-row leaves and fun tendrils will make you want to crochet this pumpkin on repeat!
The Mini Country Pumpkin is the perfect addition to your FALL decor. It's an advanced beginner pattern and you can easily make several in no time! From making garland for your mantle by connecting a few with jute across the stems to adding a name tag and using them as part of your Fall table settings these are sure to be super fun to decorate with.
Decorate this fall and be ready for Halloween with this cute happy pumpkin. A very easy project for the adventurous beginner as it only makes use of single crochet stitches but doing colorwork technique.
The Ridges & Rows Pumpkin Pattern is a great beginner pattern! Featuring repeats that create textured ridges, this pattern is a quick, fun make! Whether you want a solid pumpkin in traditional fall colors, a fun colored pumpkin, or variegated pumpkins, The Ridges & Rows Pumpkins can do it all! With two sizes available and a variety of ways to customize the tops (vines, stems, and leaves), the combinations are endless! Use them for home decor or stock at a vendor show! They're sure to be a crowd pleaser no matter where you use them!
The Houndstooth Pumpkins are a funky take on autumn decor. These pumpkins come in three different sizes and use a combination of single and double crochets to create a fun printed effect. These beauties look complex but are simple to make and will be beautiful fall decor for years to come.
Pumpkin Pocket Wall-Hanging Pattern, is beginner-friendly and provides options so you can customize your wall-hang to your liking. the final holds a 2" plant, dried herbs or whatever you want to store in your pumpkin pocket.
What fun textured pumpkins these make! The pattern is written for 2 different sizes, but if you switch up your yarn & hook sizes, the options are endless! Work them up in different colors, and you have yourself a cozy, yet unique pumpkin patch of your own making.
The Gourd-geous Pumpkins are a gorgeous textured pumpkins with 3 sizes and a ton of suggestions for ways to embellish them and make them your own! These textured pumpkins are quick to make and perfect for craft markets, hostess gifts, and decorating your home for all the fall holidays!
Which design was your favorite out of this year’s collection? Leave a comment below about which pattern you’re most excited to make!
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