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Farmhouse Pumpkin

By: Bailey Williams from hookedontillylife.com
Farmhouse Pumpkin
Farmhouse Pumpkin

"As Fall is approaching I’ve noticed a multitude of “crochet pumpkin” patterns show up all over my Pinterest feed. I LOVE how they look, but one thing I noticed was I didn’t see any patterns using a textured stitch. We all know I love textured stitches. Naturally, I used my favorite stitch; The Sedge stitch. And made my first ever “Farmhouse” pumpkin! It turned out exactly as I had hoped, I will definitely be working on a few more to add to my Fall decor this year."

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeNot important for this project.

Finished Size4"T x 6"W

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This project uses the basic method for creating all this designers winter squash. The pumpkin is worked flat and then gathered at the top and bottom. The top stays loose until the pumpkin is stuffed, and then additional yarn used to form the shape. I love that rustic touch of using a dried twig for the stem, and you could go a bit further and find some dried grape tendrils.

Country chic pumpkins. They are really all the rage right now. NO shortage of patterns for them. These are among the top 3 on my virtual list. The way she makes the pumpkin segments is easier than other pumpkin patterns I have seen. The addition of the cinnamon stick for the stem is the best part!

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