Pumpkin. © June Gilbank 2008 Crochet yourself a pumpkin – the perfect pattern for autumn!
With this one basic pattern, you can create a realistic pumpkin for your Fall table, a cute amigurumi-style pumpkin for the kids, or a spooooooooooooooky pumpkin for Halloween. This pumpkin pattern is Donationware – the pattern is available for free, but if you like it please consider sending me a donation to show your appreciation: Crochet carrot pattern. Happy easter!!
SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM FOR THE PATTERN ** how big is it? It fits in my hand, almost as big as a can of soda... i tried a small skinny carrot, but this one looks happier ;-) ** and what is that chicky thing in the background? Last year i found this rolling suitcase, meant for kids, but just had to have it... here's a photo of it, it opens up and has straps to tie down garments, and there is a telescoping handle and wheels on the bottom... how cool is that? Crochet Pears - free pattern. Crochet Pears... just because I like pears.
I just love to eat a juicy pear. At the moment bananas are a ridiculous price because of cylclone Larry, so pears have become a good alternative. These ones are crochet. The green one is a packham pear, and the lemon one is a corella pear. Pear juice is incredibly good for your insides. Because I like pears so much I am posting the pattern. Australian Instructions4mm or size 8 hook.8 ply or worsted weight yarn You need 4 colours: Brown for stalk and base, light green for body, lighter green or lemon for colour splotch. Large Pear Starting with brown1. 2ch, 6dc into 2nd ch from hook, slst into first ch.
WR1070 Crocheted Fruits & Vegetables Basket. Calling all knitters and crocheters, take a few minutes to unwind with Red Heart’s free crochet patterns and knitting patterns and find inspiration for your next knit or crochet project.
Are you looking to create a soft blanket or hat for charity? Looking to create a bespoke gift for your friends or family? Perhaps you want to create something for yourself that is sure to have someone say – did you make that? You can choose from thousands of free crochet and knitting patterns which range from throws, accessories, baby blankets, clothing and home decoration. To find all of these exciting projects you can browse the free pattern categories to the left of the page, this will help you narrow down the huge number of patterns and projects we have so that you can find the one which is just right for you! Don't worry if you are new to this, we have a range of easy crochet patterns and easy knitting patterns. Easy Peasy Strawberries Free Crochet Pattern - Inner Child Crochet. Watermelon slice. During a fit of amigurumi maddness I had a hankering to whip up a watermelon slice...but alas, I was unable to find a pattern for such a thing.
So, in my brilliance, I decided it was high time I try creating a pattern of my own. Thus...these lovely watermelon slices. The first attempt as a bit lumpy and bumpy, but it set a great foundation for the second attempt, which was a success. Here's the pattern for you other amigurumi addicts itching for a new pattern to try out. I'd love to hear back from those who try it out...to date, I'm the only one to have used the pattern. Amigurumi Watermelon SliceCreated by Kay Farquharson Materials:3.5 mm (E) crochet hookGreen worsted weight yarn (I used Red Heart Soft Touch)Red worsted weight yarn (I used Bernat Berella "4" Afghan Yarn - Geranium)Black worsted weight yarn (about 1 m long) (I used Red Heart worsted)BattingDarning Needle Note: This pattern is completed in joined rounds Foundation Row: Using green yarn ch 31.
Stuff slice. Bushels of Apples, WITH PATTERN. I made about a dozen of these tiny apples in just a few hours...They are great gifts, and look very sweet as a necklace Make yourself a bushel, and let me know how they turn out!
You will need:red or green yarn for the applebrown yarn for the stema green yarn for the leafsize G crochet hookstuffingyarn needle Abbreviations used:ch= chainsc = single crochetst = stitchss = slip stitchinc = increase (do 2 single crochets in one stitch)dec = decrease ( insert hook into first stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, insert hook into the next stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through the two loops on your hook) APPLE:Rnd 1: Ch 2. Sc 6 into the second st from the hook.Rnd 2: sc twice into each st (12 sts)Rnd 3: *sc one st, sc twice in next st, repeat from * (18 sts)Rnd 4-7: sc aroundRnd 8: *sc one st, sc2tog (dec), repeat from * (12 sts)Rnd 9: *sc2tog (dec), repeat from * (6 sts)Cut yarn, leaving a long tail for sewing. ASSEMBLY:Sew the leaf onto the apple. Fresh strawberries......... I was looking for a strawberry amigurumi pattern the other day.
I found several flat ones for magnets, etc. but I couldn't locate one for what I wanted....well, not one that was FREE! So, I made one up. I put them in this little basket that some real strawberries had come in a few weeks back. When the kids came in, they were both so excited....until they realized they weren't real! I decided that if they could fool the kids, they must look real enough to write down the pattern.I have two sizes of strawberries here but you'll find the pattern is simple enough to change to all sizes....even little buds.So, here it is... another freebie!