Crochet Ribbed Pumpkin Pattern by Crochet For You
When I finished my first pumpkin pattern with velvet yarn, I wanted to try another pumpkin with this beautiful yarn I bought from eBay. It was in my yarn box for more than a year. I’m so happy finally I could use it to make this rustic Ribbed Pumpkin.
So today I decided to share my second pumpkin pattern. This is a ribbed pumpkin pattern that you can easily make with any type of yarn in any size.
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Skill level easy
Finished size: 5″ diameter, 3″ tall
Materials: (I used)
- #5-Bulky / Approx: 100 yards
- US 1-9, 5.5mm crochet hook
- yarn needle for weaving ends.
- wooden stick
Gauge: Gauge is not very important for this project. You can use any type of yarns.
- ch = chain
- sl st = slip stitch
- sc = single crochet
- hdc = half double crochet
- st = stitch
- beg = beginning
- BL = back loop
- BLO = back loop only
- This pumpkin made with rows of hdc in back loop.
- Gauge is not important for this project.
How to crochet ribbed pumpkin in any size
-This pattern can be easily adjusted to any size and can be used in any type of yarns.
-The number of foundation chains makes the height of the pumpkin, and the rows make larger or small pumpkin.
-Change the height of the pumpkin by crocheting more or fewer foundation chains. And make rows (repeat row 2) as much as you want to get your desired size of the pumpkin.
Crochet Ribbed Pumpkin Pattern
Leaving a long tail about 20″ long, crochet 17 chains.
Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from the hook, hdc in each st across, turn.
Row 2: work in back loop only, ch 1, hdc in BL of first st, hdc in BL of each st across, turn.
Row 3 to 24: repeat row 2. Fasten off and cut the yarn leaving a long yarn tail. (my rectangle measures 5.25″ x 15″)
Fold the piece in half and sew with yarn tail and needle through top loops of both short sides. Tie a knot at the end, do not cut the yarn and start weaving in and out through the stitches around the long side. Pull the yarn tightly and close the bottom with few more stitches.
Add fiberfill. With the yarn tail and needle, weave in and out through the stitches around the long side. Pull the yarn while inserting the stick and close the top by pulling the yarn tail tightly. Tie a knot and add few more stitches to secure stick.
Again using your yarn tail and the needle, insert the needle through the center of the pumpkin to the other side and pull the yarn tightly.
Insert the yarn tail again through the center to the other side. Pull the yarn tightly to get the shape of pumpkin as you want.
Lastly, I tied a jute hemp rope around the stick and you are done!
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