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Pumpkin Spice Crochet Afghan

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Tired of the traditional rectangular shaped crocheted afghans? This seven sided afghan is an easy pattern to crochet for your home. The unique shape is fun to make and will look great in any room of your house. Orange, white, and yellow yarns complement each other perfectly and make this Pumpkin Spice Crochet Afghan the perfect pattern to make for the autumn months. Cozy up on the couch with your pumpkin spiced latte and this autumn afghan for a relaxing night at home.

Thanks to user sdlugas 2403965 for the name suggestion!

Pumpkin Spice Crochet Afghan
Pumpkin Spice Crochet Afghan
This image courtesy of redheart.com

Easy

Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

MATERIALS:

  • RED HEART® Fiesta®: 4 skeins of 6261 Autumn A
  • RED HEART® Super Saver®: 2 skeins each of 400 Grey Heather B, 313 Aran C, and 320 Cornmeal D
  • Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 6mm [US J-10]
  • Yarn Needle

GAUGE: 13 sts and 8 rows in dc = 4” in pattern. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge given.

SIZE: Throw measure 55” (139.5 cm) in diameter, from side to side

ABBREVIATIONS:

Front Post treble crochet (FPtr): Yarn over (twice), insert hook from front to back to front again around the post of corresponding st 2 rounds below, yarn over and draw up a loop to height of current round, [yarn over, draw through 2 loops on hook] 3 times, skip st behind FPtr just made.

NOTE: After Round 3 is made, always work FPtr around first and last st of side, 2 rounds belo. Ch-1 spaces worked in even-numbered rounds will show placement of FPtr’s in next round

THROW
Starting at center, with B, ch 4; slip st in first ch to form a ring.
Round 1 (right side): Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), 13 dc in ring; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3 – 14 dc.
Round 2: Ch 3, 2 dc in first st, ch 1, skip next dc, *3 dc in next dc, ch 1, skip next dc; repeat from * around; join with slip st in top of beginning ch-3 – 7 groups of 3-dc. Change to A. Fasten off B.
Round 3: With A, ch 3, dc in first st, FPtr around the post of next corresponding dc, 2 rounds below, (always skip st behind FPtr just made), 2 dc in next dc (5 sts between ch-1 spaces), ch 1, skip next ch-1 space, *2 dc in next dc, FPtr around the post of next dc 2 rounds below, 2 dc in next dc, ch 1, skip next ch-1 space; repeat from * around; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3 – 7 sides with 5 sts on each side between ch-1 spaces.
Round 4: Ch 3, dc in first st, *dc in each of next 3 sts, 2 dc in next dc, ch 1, skip next ch-1 space**, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3 – 7 sts on eachside between ch-1 corner spaces. Change to C. Fasten off A.
Round 5: With C, ch 3, dc in first st, *FPtr around first dc in group 2 rounds below, dc in each of next 3 dc, FPtr around last dc of group 2 rounds below, 2 dc in next dc (9 sts on side), ch 1, skip next ch-1 space**, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3.
Round 6: Ch 3, dc in first st, *dc in each of next 3 sts, ch 1, skip next dc, dc in each of next 3 sts, 2 dc in next dc, ch 1, skip next ch-1 space**, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3. Change to A. Fasten off C.
Round 7: With A, ch 3, dc in joining, *FPtr around first dc in group 2 rounds below, dc in each of next 3 dc, FPtr around next dc 2 rounds below, skip ch-1 space behind FPtr just made, dc in each of next 3 dc, FPtr around last dc in group 2 rounds below, 2 dc in next dc, ch 1, skip next ch-1 space**, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3.
Round 8: Ch 3, dc in first st, *dc in each of next 3 sts, [ch 1, dc in each of next 3 dc] twice, 2 dc in last dc, ch 1, skip next ch-1 space**, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3. Change to D. Fasten off A.
Round 9: With D, ch 3, dc in first st, *FPtr around first dc in group 2 rounds below, dc in each of next 3 dc, [FPtr around next dc 2 rounds below, dc in each of next 3 dc] across side, FPtr around last dc in group 2 rounds below, 2 dc in next dc, ch 1, skip next ch-1 space**, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3.
Round 10: Ch 3, dc in first st, *dc in each of next 3 sts, [ch 1, skip next st, dc in each of next 3 dc] across side, 2 dc in last dc, ch 1, skip next ch-1 space**, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3 – 19 sts on each side between ch-1 corner spaces. Change to A. Fasten off D.
Rounds 11-50: Repeat Rows 9-10 (20 times), working in the following color sequence: *2 rounds each of A, B, A, C, A, D; repeat from * throughout, ending with 2 rounds of B.
Note: 2 sts will be added to each side on each round. There should be 99 sts on each side between corner ch-1 spaces, at end of last round. Change to A. Fasten off B.
Round 51: With B, ch 3, dc in first st, *dc in each st across side, ending with 2 dc in last dc on side, ch 1, skip next ch-1 space**, 2 dc in next dc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3, turn.
Round 3: With wrong side facing, ch 1, 2 sc in first st, *ch 1, skip next ch-1 space, 2 sc in next dc, sc in each dc across to last dc of side**, 2 sc in next dc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with a slip st in top of beginning ch-3. Fasten off A.

Autumn AfghanABBREVIATIONS:
A, B, C, D = color A, B, C, D; ch = chain; dc = double crochet; sc = single crochet; st(s) = stitch(es); tr = treble crochet; ( ) = work directions in parentheses into same st; [ ] = work directions in brackets the number of times specified; * = repeat whatever follows the * as indicated.

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I'm new to crochet and would love to make this as a Christmas gift. In the instructions after line 51, it says "Line 3" with different instructions. Is this a pattern correction?

I am in the process of making this afghan and it is beautiful and works up easily. I used pink colors and it looks like tye dye. Can't wait to give it as a gift.

Shades of Autumn that's what I'd call it.

I love the colours, and thought straight away that I would call it Caramel Swirl. Will definitely be trying my hand at this one. Thank you for all your hard work bringing us fantastic free patterns every day. See you soon x

Very pretty. I'm a beginner. Looks kind of hard to do. How about "Round about Autumn Time" for the name. Weegie

I would call it the circle of warmth afghan because its round and the colors are warm ..........Marg

When I saw it, right away it reminded me of the Cosmos (definition: the universe seen as a well-ordered whole).

I think this afghan should be named "Kaleidoscope". That's what it reminds me of. I love the patterns from the round afghans and it's beautiful !!

Anthea - I would call it Mesmerising

Could this be called "New England Comfort"? Pretty design.

I would call it Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin Spice sounds good to me

Autumn Hexagon Throw

I would call it Autumn Dream

I would call it Autumn Pile of Raked Leaves

Autumn All Around!

I would name it Autumn Spice

Shades of Autumn

I would name this afghan "Fall Fiesta". pattialice 9577450

Name -- "Autumn-Go-Round"

I would name it Field of Pumpkins. It is beautiful. This will go on my "to do" list

I would name it 'Lazey Maizey' (on a Lazy day cuddle up in the blanket [reason for the Lazey] Maizey because it looks like a Indian Corn [Maize] and walking thru a never ending Indian Corn Maze too! It is stunning!

Maple Leaf

I think it should be caled Kaleidoscope as itreminds me of looking into one

I would call it the Pumpkin Patch Afghan.

autumn festival, or candy corn

I would call it Sand and Sea. Another name would be Desert Autumn.

"the 7 days of creation" afghan because of the 7 points.

I have a few names, Autumn Star, Ring around Autumn, Harvest moon, & Play in leaves.

Maple Medallion

Maple Medallion

I would call it "Pumpkin Prism" Afghan

I would call this a " Cornucopia of Comfort"

I would call it Autumn Dreams.

I would call it Autumn Dreams.

Meriva

I would call it "Autumn Sunrise Afghan"

I would call it Candy Corn Carousel

I would call this afghan AUTUMN GATHERING

Colors of autumn

Autumn Equinox

Call it "Autumn Equinox"

Autumn Equinox

Seven Sides of Autumn

Autumn in the Round, or Fall around I believe would be a good name for that afghan. It is beautiful.

I would call it " Seven Corners of Fall" Very nice. I like it loads...going to make one.

I would call it Pumpkin Spice.

I would call it Pueblo Nights afghan.

Warm Harvest Nights Afghan

I would call it the Candy Corn Afghan.

I would call it (Bright Autumn Colors Afghan)

I would call it Changing Leaves, because it has all the colors the leaves show as they change in the fall.

It's beautiful. I would call it Autumn Star Flower.

Fall Festival

Butterscotch candy

Fall Reflection

Circle of Love

autumn kaleidoscope

Autumn Sunset

harvest home

harvest radiance

harvest spice

Leaf Pile!

Sorry about the double post!

Leaf Pile!

Autumn Leaves

Fall Snuggle

Fall Snuggle

How about "Autumn Glow"?

September Septenary (grouping of seven)

Ablazing Autumn Colors

Layers of Autumn

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