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This free crochet pattern for the Mini Pumpkin Crochet Earrings includes both photo and video tutorial.
The vibrant orange color of pumpkins is just so cheery and perfectly complements the reds and golds of fall leaves. I could not resist making mini pumpkin crochet earrings so that I, too, could wear this bright fall color. If you love mini earrings and pumpkins, this is the accessory for you. Please continue to read below for the full pattern.
How do you Crochet Earrings?
YES! Finally, we are getting into the fall season. I am super excited as I love the fall and winter season. And to get started on fall crochet patterns, I decided I needed some pumpkin earrings. These mini crochet pumpkin earrings are so fast and easy to make. I believe it took me under 15 minutes to make both earrings.
And in case you do not like to make yourself earrings, these mini pumpkins are perfect as appliqués or other decoration ideas for the house.
Luckily, as they are very small and cute, you do not need a lot of yarn. Just 2 colors are needed which is orange and green. I used Lion Brand DIY yarn. You could use even thinner yarn and the pumpkin will be a bit smaller. Or you use very bulky yarn and sew 2 pumpkins together and add some polyfill in between to make a small pillow.
As you can see you have many possibilities with this Mini Pumpkin pattern. I would love to see what you created with this pattern. So be sure to follow me on social media (click the buttons on top of this page) and share your Mini Pumpkin creations.
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How to Crochet the Mini Pumpkin Earrings
Now, let’s get right into the pattern. Even though the pattern is super easy and fast, I also made a video for it which you can find at the end of the written pattern.
You will need:
- Lion Brand DIYarn in orange and green
- 4.0mm hook
- tapestry needle
- green thread or cord
2 x 2.25 inches (without earring, but with stem)
Stitches (US terms) used:
Making the pumpkin with orange yarn:
Round 1: Make a magic ring and crochet 10 sc’s into the circle, pull tight to close it, sl st to the first sc
Round 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in the same st, 2 hdc, 2 dc, 2 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc, 2 hdc, 2 dc, 2 dc, 2 hdc, sl st to the first st, fasten off and weave in the ends
Adding the stem with green yarn:
Row 1: add the green yarn with a slip knot to the top of the pumpkin, ch 4, 1 sc in each st starting from the 2nd ch from the hook, fasten off and weave in the ends.
Add an earring to the top of the green stem with some thread or thin cord in a matching color.
Complete Video Tutorial on how to make a Mini Pumpkin:
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