Get ready for the fall season with this list of twelve crochet pumpkin patterns to make!

“I would rather sit on a pumpkin, and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion.”

Henry David Thoreau

Introverts Unite! At home alone with our pumpkins!

As I was looking for a quote for this blog post, this quote by Henry David Thoreau really stood out to me. I tend to fall for the deeper more meaningful quotes rather than the “pumpkin spice and everything nice” types of quotes. This one struck a chord for me because I’m truly an introvert at heart. Being at home with my family and my craft is my favorite place to be!

And if one is to be sitting all alone on a pumpkin, why not make ALL THE PUMPKINS SHE CAN HANDLE?! Well with the PUMPKIN PALOOZA BLOG HOP by Pineapple and Pine, we have got. you. covered! We’ve got textured pumpkins, mini pumpkins, pumpkin decor, and MORE!

What is Pumpkin Palooza?

Pumpkin Palooza is a pumpkin-themed blog hop hosted by Pineapple and Pine. If you’ve never heard of Pineapple and Pine, it is a maker community that was begun by Kelsie of Crafting for Weeks and me, Sarah of A Plush Pineapple. For more information on the other events and how we got our start, check out our information page.

We decided that it would be fun for fall to host a blog hop specifically geared to pumpkin lovers! Each day during the month of September 2022, you will find a FREE pumpkin pattern PDF download! But that’s not all! We want you to get to know each designer a bit too so be sure to shop her other patterns and give her a follow on her social media platforms once you snag your freebie!

Are the Patterns Available in One Place?

I am so glad you asked! I got you. You can purchase the entire bundle for 80% off the retail value. It includes all 21 patterns + 2 free printables! The printables include a leaf gift tag printable as well as a cup cozy printable that are exclusive to the bundle!

How Can I Get My Free Patterns?

Loving the sound of PUMPKIN PALOOZA but not sure how to participate? Here’s a quick infographic to help you navigate the blog each day to get your freebie!

Each freebie is only good for 24 hours on the feature day so be sure to check back each day to get your code and freebie! The post will be updated each night at 9 PM EST. Now that you know all about Pumpkin Palooza and how to participate let’s get ready for…

…all you can handle pumpkins!

Jelly Lantern Pattern

This is Halloween!!! Celebrate spooky season with this cuddly, spooky cute jellyfish plush! Customizable with two different jack-o-lantern faces, this pumpkin jellyfish – or a Jelly Lantern, if you will – is the perfect toy, plush, decor, and/or Halloween gift this autumn season! The pattern is easy to follow and has photos to guide you. So don’t wait – pop in your favorite scary movie, dim the lights, and crochet a whole pumpkin patch of these Jack the Jelly Lanterns!!!


Pumpkin Phone Case Pattern

This phone case is a great way to use up left over yarn. It can be made as a pumpkin case for the holidays or just use any colors and enjoy the fun it will give you.


Cinnamon Pumpkin Pattern

You can’t go wrong with these Cinnamon Pumpkins to bring in the fall season. Choose between 3 sizes of pumpkins and top off with a cinnamon stick for a fresh fall scent!


Bobblicious Pumpkin Pattern

The Bobblicious Pumpkin is the ultimate super-stash-buster project to help you decorate your home for the fall season, stock up on handmade gifts for Halloween, and clear up those odd balls of yarn you have in your stash and make room for new ones! The super-rich texture of the bobble stitch, combined with the realistic short-row leaves and fun tendrils will make you want to crochet this pumpkin on repeat!


Mini Country Pumpkin Pattern

The Mini Country Pumpkin is the perfect addition to your FALL decor. It’s an advanced beginner pattern and you can easily make several in no time! From making garland for your mantle by connecting a few with jute across the stems to adding a name tag and using them as part of your Fall table settings these are sure to be super fun to decorate with.


Pumpkin Throw Pillow Pattern

Decorate this fall and be ready for Halloween with this cute happy pumpkin. It is a very easy project for the adventurous beginner as it only makes use of single crochet stitches but doing color work technique.


Ridges & Rows Pumpkin Crochet Pattern

The Ridges & Rows Pumpkin Pattern is a great beginner pattern! Featuring repeats that create textured ridges, this pattern is a quick, fun make! Whether you want a solid pumpkin in traditional fall colors, a fun colored pumpkin, or variegated pumpkins, the Ridges & Rows Pumpkins can do it all! With two sizes available and a variety of ways to customize the tops (vines, stems, and leaves), the combinations are endless! Use them for home decor or stock at a vendor show! They’re sure to be a crowd-pleaser no matter where you use them!


Houndstooth Pumpkin Pattern

The Houndstooth Pumpkins are a funky take on autumn decor. These pumpkins come in three different sizes and use a combination of single and double crochets to create a fun printed effect. These beauties look complex but are simple to make and will be beautiful fall decor for years to come.


Pumpkin Pocket Wall Hanging Pattern

The Pumpkin Pocket Wall Hanging Pattern, is beginner friendly and provides options so you can customize your wall-hanging to your liking. The final product holds a 2″ plant, dried herbs, or whatever you want to store in your pumpkin pocket.


Cozy Bobble Pumpkin Pattern

What fun textured pumpkins these make! The pattern is written for 2 different sizes, but if you switch up your yarn & hook sizes, the options are endless! Work them up in different colors, and you have youself a cozy, yet unique pumpkin patch of your own making.


Gourd-geous Pumpkin Pattern

The Gourd-geous Pumpkins are a gorgeous textured pumpkins with 3 sizes and a ton of suggestions for ways to embellish them and make them your own! These textured pumpkins are quick to make and perfect for craft markets, hostess gifts, and decorating your home for all the fall holidays!


That’s all for this year’s Pumpkin Palooza! We hope you enjoyed it! Happy Crocheting!

Written by


Sarah is the maker and designer behind A Plush Pineapple. She is a wife of thirteen years to her college sweetheart and momma to two awesome kiddos. When she is not crocheting, designing, or blogging, you can probably find her soaking up the sun or eating seafood. Her goal as a designer is that love, sunshine, and pineapples make their way into the hearts and homes of all who make her designs.