Learn how to crochet a ribbed pumpkin for your fall home decor. These crochet pumpkins are so fun to make and to decorate with around the house. Crochet several pumpkins in all your favorite falls colors.
The free crochet pumpkin pattern includes 3 sizes and it’s easy to customize further. I’ve included a crochet stem pattern for your pumpkins too. Or you can get really festive and use cinnamon sticks for your pumpkin stems.
Ashely of the Loopy Lamb says, "an amigurumi tarantula is perfect for Halloween so inspiration struck at the perfect time! I gathered my tools and started working on my crochet tarantula while my husband watched TV. I worked like a woman posessed. I would not be swayed from creating my little crochet tarantula. A few hours later, and my little Taran the Tarantula was born. I couldn’t wait until the next morning when the kids woke up to see their reaction. It was priceless. They knew it was a crochet tarantula right away and both immediately asked if they could have it. Taran passed the kid-approved test with flying colours! Only downside is that now they both want their own tarantulas lol."
Mary Beth of Hooed For Life Publsihing says, "I had a blast crocheting “spider webs” from black yarn and metallic thread and using them to decorate this cute snack set with parts from the dollar store. Use the big bowl to serve snacks like chips or popcorn and give each guest their individual matching cup!"
Ashely of the Loopy Lamb says, "Whether it’s for dress-up, Halloween or just because you can, these Crochet Animal Ears Headbands are a quick and easy make that’ll appeal to everyone. I know both my kids absolutely love them and wear them often for dress up. My daughter, who loves cats wears her cat ear headband almost everyday and my son, who’s into bears, wears his a few times a week. They play pretend to be animal friends and it’s just the cutest. Keep reading to find the free crochet pattern to make your own crochet animal ear headbands!"
Christine of Sweet Potato 3 says, "Frankenstein is one of the oldest and most classic Halloween characters to date. That being said, it can be tricky coming up with the perfect costume for Frankenstein… until now! Grab your favorite green yarn and use your crochet skills to whip up this adorable hat."
Ling of Hooked On Patterns says, "This is a free crochet pumpkin pattern to make fun shaped containers. They are perfect for filling with treats at Halloween and would make great prizes for the best costume winner at a party. They would also be lovely as Fall Harvest decorations, displayed around the home and used for small bits and bobs."
Rhondda of Oombawka Design Crochet says, "Today I am sharing my free Halloween Ghost Coin Purse Pattern. If you are not interested in making a change purse, you can easily stuff this little ghost with Poly fil and slip stitch the entire outside of the ghost closed."
Whitney of Pine Tree Crochet says, "Hello October! The leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping, and Halloween is approaching! I am so excited to share this cute little ghost pattern with you today! I love this time of year, especially the decorating part!
The possibilities for this ghost pattern are endless. You can change up the yarn and hook to make a bigger or smaller ghost! "
Ashlea of Heart Hook Home says, "My 8 year old is wanting to be a pirate for Halloween this year. Specifically his favorite pirate – Captain Jack Sparrow. Instead of buying an overpriced wig, I decided to crochet him a Jack Sparrow Inspired Halloween Costume!"
Dayna from This Pixie Creates says, "This pillow uses the half double crochet stitch and alternates between colours to create a striped look. I designed the front and back panels to be different because it not only makes it more interesting to crochet, but it gives you options, depending on your mood. The front panel is designed to be a subtle nod to Halloween, while the back panel is a full blown Halloween vibe. This difference will allow you to switch between the two sides, depending on how Halloween-y you’re feeling."
Michele of Stitch & Hustle says, "I have always wanted to do my own version of a “Halloween” themed hat. Since I don’t really do costumes anymore, I wanted a hat I could wear all season long. I came up with my take on a spider-web cross with a pumpkin hat and I kind of love it. As you can tell because I have made it for myself in about every color of Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn. It is a fun hat to make and to wear."
April of Banana Moon Studio says, "This children’s scrubs costume is a free crochet pattern for children sizes 2 through 10. Crochet this costume for your kiddos and they can dress up as one of today’s greatest heroes, a nurse or doctor! "
Esther of Cute As A Button Crochet says, "I absolutely love a gift that is easy and thoughtful! A Gift Card Cup Cozy is one of my very favorite ideas! Complete a handmade item that is quick and inexpensive, yet cute and unique… tuck a coffee shop gift card inside… and finish off the package with a cute label! I’m providing the pattern and the printable label for this Halloween Cup Cozy… all you need is the yarn and paper!"
Alex from With Alex says, "Halloween is coming up and to get us in the mood and a little inspired, I have created a cat ear headband! I think it's super cute and I love how it looks like lace! I love it so much that I'm sharing it in a free pattern with a video tutorial on how to crochet the cat ears and a video tutorial on how to harden the ears and attach them to a headband for a purrfect and easy Halloween accessory! I hope ya'll love it as much as I do!"
Jen of Jen Hayes Creations says, "I’m so excited to share the Crochet Bat with you! The design is created to be made by those at a variety of different skill levels by simply choosing which yarn and techniques you’ll incorporate into your Crochet Bat creation!"
This crochet pumpkin hat is sure to delight your little loves and big loves alike. The free crochet pumpkin hat pattern is available in baby to adult sizes so you can make pumpkin hats for your whole family.