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MevvSan Design

Amigurumi Pumpkins
If you have any questions about this tutorial you may contact me through a
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www.mevvsan.etsy.com
or email me at:
mevvgusick@gmail.com
Finished items made from this pattern may be sold provided credit is given to MevvSan with a link to my website
www.mevvsan.etsy.com. Rewriting, redistribution or resale of this pattern in any format is strictly prohibited. & 20092015 Mevlinn Gusick.

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What Youll Need


Materials Needed:

Equipment Needed:

Worsted weight yarn:


Orange, Brown, Green
Poly-fill stuffing

Size 2.75mm Crochet Hook


Scissors
Yarn needle
Stitch marker (optional)

Abbreviations: Pattern is in US Crochet Terms


ch: chain stitch
st: stitch
sc: single crochet
(*): when you see instructions written between parenthesis you will work these instructions as many times
as the pattern tells you to.
inc: single crochet increase
dec: single crochet decrease
slst: slip stitch
BLO: back loops only
FLO: front loops only
FO: fasten off

Designer Note:
When I crochet amigurumi I let the wrong side face outwards. All the photos you will see in this tutorial
are worked this way and it is my personal preference when it comes to making amigurumi. If you choose
to crochet with the traditional right side facing outwards there will be no significant difference regarding
how the finished piece will turn out so feel free to crochet this amigurumi however you like.
Be aware that when you work with the wrong side out the front and back loops of a stitch will be reversed.
When you see instructions written as FLO (BLO) in this pattern you will work what is before the () if you
are crocheting with the right side out, and you will work what is in the () if you are working with the wrong
side facing out.
Finished items made from this pattern may be sold provided credit is given to MevvSan with a link to my website
www.mevvsan.etsy.com. Rewriting, redistribution or resale of this pattern in any format is strictly prohibited. & 20092015 Mevlinn Gusick.

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Pumpkin: Small (in orange yarn)
Rnd 1: start 5 sc in a magic ring [5]
Rnd 2: inc 5 times [10]
Rnd 3: (inc, sc in next st) repeat 5 times [15]
Rnd 4: (inc, sc in next 2 st) repeat 5 times [20]
Rnd 5: (inc, sc in next 3 st) repeat 5 times [25]
Rnd 6-8 : sc in all 25 st [25]
Rnd 9: (dec, sc in next 3 st) repeat 5 times [25]
Rnd 10: (dec, sc in next 2 st) repeat 5 times [15]
Rnd 11: (dec, sc in next st) repeat 5 times [10]
Rnd 12: dec 5 times [5] FO with at least 12 inches of
yarn. Weave yarn tail through last 5 stitches and pull
tight to close. Do not weave in the yarn tail yet.
Pumpkin: Medium (in orange yarn)
Rnd 1: start 7 sc in a magic ring [7]
Rnd 2: inc 7 times [14]
Rnd 3: (inc, sc in next st) repeat 7 times [21]
Rnd 4: (inc, sc in next 2 st) repeat 7 times [28]
Rnd 5: (inc, sc in next 3 st) repeat 7 times [35]
Rnd 6-11 : sc in all 25 st [35]
Rnd 12: (dec, sc in next 3 st) repeat 7 times [28]
Rnd 13: (dec, sc in next 2 st) repeat 7 times [21]
Rnd 14: (dec, sc in next st) repeat 7 times [14]
Rnd 15: dec 7 times [7] FO with at least 24 inches of
yarn. Weave yarn tail through last 7 stitches and pull
tight to close. Do not weave in the yarn tail yet.
Pumpkin: Large (in orange yarn)
Rnd 1: start 8 sc in a magic ring [8]
Rnd 2: inc 8 times [16]
Rnd 3: (inc, sc in next st) repeat 8 times [24]
Rnd 4: (inc, sc in next 2 st) repeat 8 times [32]
Rnd 5: (inc, sc in next 3 st) repeat 8 times [40]
Rnd 6: (inc, sc in next 4 st) repeat 8 times [48]
Rnd 7-18: sc in all 25 st [48]
Rnd 19: (dec, sc in next 4 st) repeat 8 times [40]
Rnd 20: (dec, sc in next 3 st) repeat 8 times [32]
Rnd 21: (dec, sc in next 2 st) repeat 8 times [24]

Rnd 22: (dec, sc in next st) repeat 8 times [16]


Rnd 23: dec 8 times [8] FO with at least 24 inches of
yarn. Weave yarn tail through last 8 stitches and pull
tight to close. Do not weave in the yarn tail yet.
Finishing the Pumpkin:
To finish the pumpkin take your yarn end and go around
the outside of the pumpkin and weave it back through
the center. Give the yarn a nice tug to create an
indented section to your pumpkin. Repeat 5 more times
for a total of 6 sections. For each section you can
thread the yarn back through multiple times for a more
obvious segmented look.

Different Sizes:
To get different sized pumpkins besides the ones
mentioned on this page you can try experimenting with
larger or smaller sized crochet hooks. Increasing the
amount of single crochet rounds you work before
decreasing will give you a taller pumpkin.
Stem: Small (in brown yarn)
Rnd 1: start 4 sc in a magic ring [4]
Rnd 2: BLO (FLO) sc in all 4 st [4]
Rnd 3: sc in all 4 st [4] FO Leave long enough end of
yarn for sewing. Without stuffing sew stem onto small
pumpkin.
Stem: Medium (in brown yarn)
Rnd 1: start 5 sc in a magic ring [5]
Rnd 2: BLO (FLO) sc in all 5 st [5]
Rnd 3-4: sc in all 5 st [5] FO Leave long enough end
of yarn for sewing. Without stuffing sew stem onto
medium pumpkin.

Stem: Large (in brown yarn)


Rnd 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring [6]
Rnd 2: BLO (FLO) sc [6]
Rnd 3-5: sc [6] FO Leave long enough end of yarn
for sewing. Without stuffing sew stem onto large
pumpkin.

Finished items made from this pattern may be sold provided credit is given to MevvSan with a link to my website
www.mevvsan.etsy.com. Rewriting, redistribution or resale of this pattern in any format is strictly prohibited. & 20092015 Mevlinn Gusick.

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Vines (in green yarn)
Vines can be made any length you want. Simply make a
chain the length you want plus a bit extra to make up
for the curl that will happen. Single crochet into the
second stitch from the hook and single crochet the rest
of the chain. It will naturally want to curl on its own.
Leaf (in green yarn)
Row 1: start 8 sc in a magic ring. [8]
Do NOT slst into the first sc, instead ch1 and turn.
Row 2: * sc, hdc, dc, tc into first st. dc, hdc, sc into next
st. slst into third stitch. Repeat from* 2 more times to
make a 3 tipped leaf. slst into the first sc of this row. Ch
2 FO

Finished items made from this pattern may be sold provided credit is given to MevvSan with a link to my website
www.mevvsan.etsy.com. Rewriting, redistribution or resale of this pattern in any format is strictly prohibited. & 20092015 Mevlinn Gusick.