It’s FINALLY fall in Chicago!
For a few days there, Chicago was experiencing weird 80 degree fall days and I was having NONE OF IT. BRING ON THE SWEATER WEATHER!
To help cozy up my house for cool weather, I decided to make a couple of these adorable little crocheted pumpkins. Aren’t they the cutest?!
This pattern is very forgiving and you can make a whole series of pumpkins smaller and bigger than this by stopping or continuing your increase rows.
You can find this pattern at 5littlemonsters.com. I made two of the “large” pumpkins, but there’s also a pattern for a pumpkin about half the size of these.
You can also add a little face for a fun jack-o-lantern or just leave them as is to decorate your home for Halloween and Thanksgiving! I think I might even make some pumpkins in a series of fall colors to help cozy up the living room!
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