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Farm House Chic Pumpkins Crochet Pattern

How about some Farm House Chic Pumpkins for your crocheting pleasure today?  I am so excited about this pattern as it is fairly easy to complete.  The pattern incorporates 2 stitches with one being single crochet and the other being bobble stitch.  On top of that is a 4 row repeat pattern.  So that means working up fast because all 3 sizes use the same 4 row repeat pattern.  

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Dimensions Of Pumpkins Without Stem

12″ around x 3″ tall(23″ around x 7″ tall)

Supplies needed

4 med weight yarn 36 yds (157 yds/314 yds)
I/9-5.5 mm hook
Yarn needle
Scissors
2 1/2”-3” sticks
Twine, jute or ribbon
Poly-fil

Abbreviations

sl st:  slip stitch

ch:  chain

sc:  single crochet

beg:  beginning

rep:  repeat

sk:  skip

sp:  space

st:  stitch

bo:  bobble

Notes

Small size (med size/large size) instructions

Rep instructions in [] as many times as indicated

Pattern in US terms

Special stitches

Bobble stitch: [yo, insert hook into designated stitch, yo, pull up loop, yo, pull thru 2 loops] 4 times, yo, pull thru all 5 loops on hook

Farm House Chic Crochet Pattern

Row 1:  ch 12 (22, 32), sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in every ch across, turn, 11 sc, (21 sc/31 sc) mark this row as right side

Row 2:  ch 1, sc in same sp as ch 1, * bobble in next sc, sc in next sc, rep from * across, turn, 5 bobble st, 6 sc (10 bobble st, 11 sc/15 bobble st, 16 sc)

Row 3:  ch 1, sc in same sp as ch 1, sc in every ch across, turn, 11 sc (21 sc/31 sc)

Row 4-5:  rep row 3

Rows 6-21:   (6-29/6-37):   [rep rows 2 thru 5] 4 times (6 times/8 times)

Row 22:   (30/38):  [Rep row 2] 1 time 

Rows 23-24:   (31-32/39-40):  [Rep row 3 ] 2 times 

Assembly

Lay rectangle piece right side up.  (see image A-1)

A-1

Fold rectangle piece in half with right sides together.   (see image A-2)

A-2

Slip Stitch Seam Closed, tie knot to secure.  In addition you could sew the seam closed if you prefer that technique.   (see image A-3)

A-3

Sew running stitch to cinch close bottom of pumpkin completely, tie knot to secure.  (see image A-4)

A-4

Turn piece right side out.  Stuff pumpkin with poly-fil, run needle and yarn back thru middle of pumpkin to other side.  Sew running stitch to cinch close top of pumpkin leaving small hole for the stem.  Tie knot to secure and weave in ends.  (see image A-5)

A-5

Hot glue stick/cinnamon stick into hole on pumpkin top.  (see image A-6)

A-6

Tie jute twine, raffia or ribbon around stick and hot glue in place.

 

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If you are in the mood to get started like I am on the Holidays check out this great book for Retro Christmas Ornaments.  Super cute angel patterns in paperback or digital form.  I wonder if I can make all of my Christmas ornaments this year?????  Better get started NOW!  HE HE HE…I am a glutton for punishment. 
 
 
Happy Crocheting!
Chrissy 
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I am a wife, mother and grandma all rolled into one women's body. I have a PASSION for creating through Crochet with LOVE!!!!

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