Clove & Spice Knit and Crochet Pumpkin Free Pattern


Link to the Clove & Spice Knit and Crochet Pumpkin Pattern

The rains are here and I know it’s time to start thinking about pumpkins, golden leaves and early frosts. My favorite pumpkin patch has started sneaking tempting images of ripe pumpkins into my Facebook feed and my Pinterest is filling up with October crafts (beeswax-dipped leaves, anyone?) so it’s definitely time to get my fall crafting started! To celebrate the cooler weather and changing seasons I whipped up a quick little pattern with instructions for both knit and crochet pumpkins.

Both versions of the Clove & Spice Pumpkins are great beginner patterns with written pattern instructions and photos illustrating how to create those chubby little ridges. These little fellas are the perfect size to perch on a book shelf or to add into a little tabletop tableau (the knit Spice pumpkin has a 10.5″ circumference and the crochet Clove pumpkin has a 13.5″ circumference) and there’s enough yarn in one ball of Wool of the Andes Sport to make two pumpkins.

I can’t think of a cuter way to welcome in the fall season! What are your favorite cold-weather crafts? Are you gearing up for a trip to the pumpkin patch too? I can’t wait


  1. Rachel / October 10, 2013

    These pumpkins are so precious and I can’t wait to make them. But when I went to click on the link it says there is no pattern. 🙁 is there another link that I can try?

  2. Niki / October 9, 2013

    Where is this pattern, the link is broken!?

  3. Kate / October 3, 2013

    Love them! Thank you so much for the pattern! Definitely making these.

  4. Grace H. / October 2, 2013

    These are soooooooooo cute! I just love them — so squishy & cute! I definitely want to make a few of these. Good thing I just got yarn from Michael’s Art Store!

  5. Jenn / October 2, 2013

    I enjoy knitting pumpkin hats for babies and children when the weather gets chilly. I do like the miniatures pumpkins here! I may have to knit one.

  6. Terry Morris / October 2, 2013

    These are wonderful! I love their “over-plump” appearance. Thanks so much for the free pattern.

  7. Betty Wharton / October 2, 2013

    Thank you for the pattern. It is very cute.