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Get Ready for Fall With Pumpkin Knitting Projects
Snuggle up with a warm beverage and start knitting pumpkins of all kinds this fall! From stuffed gourds to wooly wearables, these free pumpkin knitting patterns have all you need for the season.
Best of all, you don't even need to rely solely on orange yarn, as these patterns have plenty of modern designs along with the classics. Grab your needles and cast on some autumn fun!Continue to 2 of 11 below.
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Knit Pumpkins With a Twist
Julie from the blog Julie Measures gave knit pumpkins a classy twist when she added a cable to the design. The heathered gray yarn makes them unique too, although they'd still look amazing in more natural pumpkin colors. If you crochet, she also shares the pattern for the crochet version!Continue to 3 of 11 below.
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Miniature Pumpkin Candy Dish
This sweet little pumpkin is a fun way to leave a few treats around your house. It's basically a partially knit stuffed pumpkin that's been transformed into a container. Of course, you don't have to fill it with candy. You could use it as a special wrapping for a small gift or as a cute way to hold your stitch markers.Continue to 4 of 11 below.
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Chunky Pumpkin Cable Knit Scarf
Wrap yourself in a warm, wooly scarf with this free pattern from Watkins and George. It may not have an actual pumpkin on it, but it is a deep pumpkin orange color. The chunky cables are perfect for wearing as you sip your favorite fall coffee!Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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The Cutest Stuffed Pumpkin Knitting Pattern
What's better than a tiny knit pumpkin? How about a tiny knit pumpkin with a face! Amanda Berry designed this cutie with felt and button eyes, plus a stitched-on smile and an i-cord stem. You can knit this flat, so apart from the stem, you don't even need to work on DPNs. It even makes a great pincushion!Continue to 6 of 11 below.
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Pumpkin Hat for Your Little PumpkinContinue to 7 of 11 below.
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Cozy Knit Pumpkin Pie SocksContinue to 8 of 11 below.
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White Pumpkin and Pom Pom Knit Garland
Knit pumpkins aren't just for placing on a shelf or giving to a child as a toy. With this pattern from Leslie North, you can attach them to a garland with pom poms for an autumn wall decoration. Knit them as creamy "ghost" pumpkins for a fall garland or in traditional orange with black poms for Halloween decor.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Spicy Chevron Knit Pumpkins
Add some spice to your fall knitting with this free pattern for striped and chevron pumpkins! They look great in these bold colors, but you could also make them with a more subtle color combination. Pair them with solid pumpkins (perhaps the cabled pumpkins above) for a sweet showing of knit gourds!Continue to 10 of 11 below.
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Halloween Pumpkin Pullover Sweater
For those who prefer their pumpkins in the form of a jack-o'-lantern, this sweater lets you practice your colorwork as you make onething special for your favorite trick-or-treater. The free pattern provides sizing for 2 to 10 years, so you could even make a couple for siblings.Continue to 11 of 11 below.
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Pumpkin Cozy for Autumn Tea Time
Enjoy a hot cup of tea on an autumn afternoon when you cover your teapot with this adorable pumpkin tea cozy! Not only does it add a bit of whimsy to your tea time, but it also really does help keep your tea warm. Faye from Buttons and Beeswax shares her free pattern.