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This mosaic crochet pumpkin is the perfect small project to practice mosaic crochet techniques. My detailed instructions make it easy level up your crochet skills while creating a stunning piece of fall decor!
This mosaic crochet pumpkin is a delightful and versatile project that captures the essence of autumn. For beginning crocheters, it offers an excellent opportunity to learn the basics of mosaic crochet, with clear and easy-to-follow instructions. Meanwhile, seasoned crocheters can elevate their crafting game by experimenting with different color combinations.
This pumpkin showcases the technique of mosaic crochet, where simple stitches and contrasting colors create a striking geometric pattern. Alternating squares of earthy brown and warm cream pop against one another, making it a standout piece in any fall decor collection.
This mosaic crochet pattern will show you how to create a miniature masterpiece that brings the spirit of fall into your home. Whether adorning your tabletop, mantel, or window sill, this mosaic crochet pumpkin is a must-have addition to your autumn decorations, showcasing both your crochet skills and the beauty of the season.
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Never attempted mosaic crochet before? It’s simpler than you may believe. This is a beginner-friendly technique uses only basic crochet stitches. All you have to do is use the color graph (provided below) to make this crochet pumpkin that is great for adding visual interest to fall displays.
Even better, this mosaic crochet pumpkin pattern is not my first mosaic crochet pattern. So if you’ve caught the mosaic crochet bug, you can learn everything there is to know about Mosaic Crochet! I have written 59 other mosaic crochet patterns, along with 8 tutorials and 14 videos in my all-in-one course.
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So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this cute pattern.
How to Crochet the Mosaic Crochet Pumpkin Pattern
Materials you will need
- Premier Anti-Pilling Everyday Yarn (100g) – worsted (#4) yarn
- Aran (1 skein)
- Premier Anti-Pilling Everyday Medley Yarn (100g) – worsted (#4) yarn
- Autumn (1 skein)
- 5.00 mm hook -> I used a WeCrochet Dots Hook
- tapestry needle
4 sts x 4 rounds = 1 square inch
8 x 4 inches
Stitches used in the pattern
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- st/sts = stitch/stitches
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- blo = back loop only
- flo = front loop only
- mdc = mosaic double crochet (place around front loop 2 rows down – same color yarn)
- dc = double crochet
- sl st = slip stitch
- ATC = Alternative Turning Chain
Free Written Mosaic Crochet Pattern for the Pumpkin
Using Overlay Crochet in Rounds, follow the graph to crochet this pattern.
All odd rounds are aran. All even rounds are autumn.
ALL sc’s are made in the BLO!
All mdc’s are made in the FLO 2 rows down (same color)!
Repeat EACH pattern repeat 7 additional times to have 80 stitches per row.
All FIRST DC stitches are made as a ATC (stacked single crochet). Sl St first and last st per round.
R1: (sc) x 10
R2: (sc) x 10
R3: (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 2
R4: (sc) x 2, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 5, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1
R5: (mdc) x 2, (sc) x 7, (mdc) x 1
R6: (sc) x 2, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 5, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1
R7: (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 2
R8: (sc) x 4, (mdc) x 3, (sc) x 3
Repeat rounds 3 to 8 for the pattern.
All pixels without an X are made with SC in the BLO
All pixels with an X are made with MDC which are DC sts in the FLO 2 rows down
Assembling the Mosaic Crochet Pumpkin
Weave through the first round in and out and pull, to close the hole. Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Sew the top closed the same was as the bottom.
Then weave yarn 6 times in and out through the center with big but tight loops to make the ridges of the pumpkin.
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Glue on a wood stick to the top.
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