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Pumpkin Palooza: 26 Awesome Pumpkin Patterns

Pumpkin Palooza: 26 Awesome Pumpkin Patterns

It’s officially fall and that means it’s time for everything pumpkin! If you haven’t been following Pumpkin Palooza, hosted by A Plush Pineapple and Crafting for Weeks, don’t worry! Pumpkin Palooza: 26 Awesome Pumpkin Patterns will round up all the great designs that were shared!

This round up includes all the pumpkin-themed patterns that were featured during the hop and many of them are actually available for free on the designer’s respective blogs!

Plus, for the month of October (2021), you can join in the Pumpkin Palooza fun by joining the Pick Your Pumpkin CAL hosted by A Plush Pineapple and Crafting for Weeks! Scroll to the bottom for more information about the CAL.

26 Awesome Pumpkin Patterns

1. Popcorn Pumpkin by cbfiberworks | Aug. 30

Want a textured pumpkin that’s quick and easy to customize in size? The Popcorn Pumpkin is by yours truly and is available for free here on the blog!

popcorn pumpkin for pumpkin palooza: 26 amazing pumpkin patterns
Image by Chanel Beauchamp of cbfiberworks.

Popcorn Pumpkin

2. Granite Gourd by Fig & Filament | Aug. 31

Soft and subtle, this pumpkin pattern is classically beautiful and perfect for fall décor! You can get this lovely pattern in Beth’s Ravelry shop!

granite gourd for blog post
Image by Beth Henderson of Fig & Filament.

Granite Gourd

3. Cinnamon Pumpkin by Cafe Luna Design | Sept. 1

Cinnamon sticks are wonderful embellishments for crocheted pumpkins and this design highlights this amazingly. This simple pattern is beginner-friendly and quick! You can get it for free on Wendy’s blog!

cinnamon pumpkin for blog post
Image by Wendy Luna of Cafe Luna Design.

Cinnamon Pumpkin

4. Fable Pumpkin by Crafting for Weeks | Sept. 2

What do you get when you mix faux fur yarn and pumpkins? A squishy, soft, and luxurious pumpkin that will have you over the moon! This super chic design is available for free on Kelsie’s blog.

fable pumpkin for pumpkin palooza: 26 amazing pumpkin patterns
Image by Kelsie Weeks of Crafting for Weeks.

Fable Pumpkin

5. Witch Way to the Pumpkin Patch by The Coffee Shop Crochet | Sept. 3

This textured pumpkin has some witchy vibes which is perfect for Halloween! Alicia even shows how you can adapt this pattern to create a cute fall wreath. This pattern is available in her Ravelry shop!

witch way to the pumpkin patch for blog post
Image by Alicia Blake of The Coffee Shop Crochet.

Witch Way to the Pumpkin Patch

6. Pumpernickel the Pumpkin Man by Crochet Wizard | Sept. 4

If you’re looking for something different and super fun, Pumpernickel the Pumpkin Man is the perfect choice! This awesome pattern is available for free on Cydnee’s blog!

pumpernickel the pumpkin man for blog post
Image by Cydnee Hepworth of Crochet Wizard.

Pumpernickel the Pumpkin Man

7. Mini Pumpkin by Patternscompany | Sept. 6

Do you have a craft fair coming up? This mini pumpkin works up so fast that you can crank out a bunch in no time! Even better, this pattern is available for free on Ashley’s blog!

mini pumpkin for blog post
Image by Ashley Brown of Patternscompany.

Mini Pumpkin

8. Jorge & Jack the Scarecrow Pumpkins by Finch and Fletcher Crochet | Sept. 7

Fun and different, these farmhouse inspired cuties will be the gem of your pumpkin collection! And they’ll keep the crows away from your pumpkin patch! This adorable pattern is available in Rebecca’s Ravelry shop!

jorge & jack scarecrow pumpkins for blog post
Image by Rebecca Lapinsky of Finch and Fletcher Crochet.

Jorge & Jack, the Scarecrow Pumpkins

9. Velvet Bobble Pumpkin by E’Claire Makery | Sept. 8

Soft and satiny, these Velvet Bobble Pumpkins are perfect for decorating or cuddling! Claire has a free version of this pattern on her blog!

velvet bobble pumpkin for blog post
Image by Claire Goodale of eclairemakery.

Velvet Bobble Pumpkin

10. Wide Ribbed Pumpkin by Crafting Each Day | Sept. 9

Want something classic but with a little twist? The gorgeous ribbing on this pumpkin pairs beautifully with chunky yarn and a simple cinnamon stick. Check out the free pattern on Suzanne’s blog!

wide ribbed pumpkin for pumpkin palooza: 26 amazing pumpkin patterns
Image by Suzanne Carslon of Crafting Each Day.

Wide Ribbed Pumpkin

11. Autumn Fair Pumpkin by Pine Tree Crochet | Sept. 10

Have you tried the griddle stitch? This beginner-friendly pattern is the perfect opportunity to give it a shot and make some adorable pumpkins in the process! This pattern is available for free on Whitney’s blog!

autumn fair pumpkin for blog post
Image by Whitney Dunning of Pine Tree Crochet.

Autumn Fair Pumpkin

12. Double Twist Pumpkin by You Should Craft | Sept. 13

If you’re looking for texture that’s a bit more subtle than puff or bobble stitches, check out the Double Twist Pumpkin! Using the twisted single crochet stitch, Alex walks you through how to create these addicting little pumpkins in the free pattern on her blog!

double twist pumpkin for blog post
Image by Alex DellAringa of You Should Craft.

Double Twist Pumpkin

13. Rustic Pumpkin Garland by Knotted Nest | Sept. 14

Looking for a different kind of pumpkin project? Check out this simple and beautiful pumpkin garland! Nikki has this beginner-friendly pattern for free on her blog.

rustic pumpkin gourd for pumpkin palooza: 26 amazing pumpkin patterns
Image by Nikki McMahon of Knotted Nest.

Rustic Pumpkin Garland

14. Twisted Country Pumpkin by Peg Nolan | Sept. 15

This pumpkin has texture for DAYS! Using the alpine stitch, these pumpkins work up fast and the result is gorgeous! Peggy has this pattern available for purchase on her website.

twisted country pumpkin for blog post
Image by Peggy Nolan of Peg Nolan.

Twisted Country Pumpkin

15. Tunisian Crochet Puffy Pumpkin by Raffamusa Designs | Sept. 16

Have you tried Tunisian crochet? This puffy pumpkin is absolutely stunning and a great project to start learning a new skill! Check out the free version of this pattern on Raffaella’s blog!

tunisian puffy pumpkin for pumpkin palooza: 26 amazing pumpkin patterns
Image by Raffaella Tassoni of Raffamusa Designs.

Tunisian Crochet Puffy Pumpkin

16. Crochet Pumpkin Hat by ChristacoDesign | Sept. 17

For the hat lovers out there, check out how adorable this pumpkin hat is! Even cooler than the design is the fact that it’s available is sizes from child to adult, for free on Crystal’s blog!

crochet pumpkin hat for blog post
Image by Crystal of ChristaCoDesign

Crochet Pumpkin Hat

17. BONUS DAY: Luxe Leopard Pumpkin by Crafting for Weeks | Sept. 18

It may look knit, but it’s crochet! This spotted pumpkin is a cool spin on a classic design and it’s available for free on Kelsie’s blog!

luxe leopard pumpkin for blog post
Image by Kelsie Weeks of Crafting for Weeks.

Luxe Leopard Pumpkin

18. Knotty Punkin’ by Sassy Specialty Shoppe | Sept. 20

Beautiful and wonderfully classic, the Knotty Punkin’ is a must have for your pumpkin collection! This wonderful pattern is available in Angie’s Ravelry shop.

knotty punkin' for pumpkin palooza: 26 amazing pumpkin patterns
Image by Angie Dooley of Sassy Specialty Shoppe.

Knotty Punkin’

19. Puffed Up Pumpkin by Warming the Heart Crochet | Sept. 21

If you love puff stitches, this is the pumpkin for you! You can get this beautifully textured pumpkin

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Image by Rebecca Bowers & Rachel Gutshall of Warming the Heart Crochet.

Puffed Up Pumpkin

20. This is Not a Pumpkin Pumpkin by Crochet Highway | Sept. 22

Don’t let the beautiful stitch definition of this pumpkin fool you! It’s crocheted, not knitted! This awesome design is available on Ana-Maria’s blog.

this is not a pumpkin pumpkin for pumpkin palooza: 26 amazing pumpkin patterns
Image by Ana-Maria of Crochet Highway.

This Is Not A Pumpkin Pumpkin

21. Puff Stitch Pumpkins by Lizzy Bee Handmade | Sept. 23

Puffs, puffs, and more puffs! This wonderful design has a beautiful visual quality in the stitch definition! You can get this lovely pumpkin pattern for free on Lizzy’s blog!

puff stitch pumpkin for blog post
Image by Lizzy Brown of Lizzy Bee Handmade.

Puff Stitch Pumpkins

22. Even Berry Pumpkins by Ravin Sekai Designs | Sept. 24

These pumpkins are gently textured and classically designed, perfect for any décor style. This beautiful design is available on Rachel’s blog for free!

even berry pumpkin for blog post
Image by Rachel Hill of Ravin Sekai Designs.

Even Berry Pumpkins

23. The Kent Pumpkin by Heart Hand Wool | Sept. 27

Whether embellished with a faux leather tag or a cinnamon stick, this pumpkin is gorgeous! This beautiful and simple design is available in Rachel’s Ravelry shop!

the kent pumpkin for pumpkin palooza: 26 amazing pumpkin patterns
Image by Rachel Pyle of Heart Hand Wool.

The Kent Pumpkin

24. Life is Gourd Dishcloth by Crowchet Creations | Sept. 28

Want to express your love of pumpkins without actually making a pumpkin? This beautiful dishcloth pattern incorporates textured stitches that mimic little pumpkins! This wonderful pattern is available for purchase on Emily’s website!

life is gourd dishcloth for blog post
Image by Emily Crow of Crowchet Creations.

Life is Gourd Dishcloth

25. Little Pumpkin Hat by Ambassador Crochet | Sept. 29

Who doesn’t want an adorable pumpkin hat? This cute pattern comes in 5 sizes, so the whole family can match! This gourdeous pattern is available in Kristine’s Ravelry shop!

little pumpkin hat for blog post
Image by Kristine Mullen of Ambassador Crochet.

Little Pumpkin Hat

26. Amigurumi Pumpkin Spice Latte by Crafty Kitty Crochet | Sept. 30

And what pumpkin-themed round up would be complete without an Pumpkin Spice Latte Amigurumi? This pattern is beyond adorable and even better, it’s free over on Melissa’s blog!

pumpkin spice latte for pumpkin palooza: 26 amazing pumpkin patterns
Image by Melissa of Crafty Kitty Crochet.

Amigurumi Pumpkin Spice Latte

Pumpkin Palooza Pick Your Pumpkin CAL (Oct. 1st-31st)

If you want to join the pumpkin-y fun and win some awesome prizes, be sure to head over to Instagram to participate in this crochet-along! Make sure you’re following the host account @pineapple.and.pine to stay up to date for details, but the prizes include a notions bag, a yarn tote, a skein of hand-dyed yarn, and more!

How can I participate?

Make sure to pin this post for reference later and share it with your friends. Pick any of the awesome designs from this round up, make your own and share your awesome creations on Instagram! Be sure to check the host’s posts for any tag or hashtag information.

Wrap Up

Which design is your favorite? If you were following the blog hop in September, are there any patterns you’ve already collected and made? Leave a comment and share your thoughts!

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