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Mini Pumpkin Amigurumi Pattern

Updated: Feb 29

Hi friends! It's time for another free pattern that would make a cute little keychain! This mini pumpkin amigurumi pattern is super easy, takes less than half an hour to make, and is perfect for the autumn season!

I love this mini pumpkin amigurumi pattern because the pumpkins are the perfect size to be accessories for some of our other Halloween Patterns here on the blog! I originally designed it to go with Little Frankenstein, but it goes so well with others that I decided to make it this week's free mini pattern! I can't wait to see how you all use your mini pumpkins, so let's get to making them, shall we?

If you would like to help keep these patterns free, please consider donating to my ko-fi if you are able! Each donation helps so much!

~If you have any questions about the pattern, or you just want to send me a picture of your finished project please contact me at! Feel free to make and sell these, but please do not mass produce! If you would like to share this pattern, please link to this page, but please do not reprint it on your site. Also, please credit me when using this pattern by tagging me @cutiepie_crochet on Instagram. Thanks, and have lots of fun making your new plushie friend!~

For this pattern you will need:

-Worsted weight yarn (size 4)

-Polyester Fiber Fill

-3.75mm crochet hook

-Yarn needle


-Stitch markers



Mr- magic ring

St- stitch

Sc- single crochet

Inc- increase (sc twice in one stitch)

Dec- decrease (sc two stitches together)

BLO- sc in back loops only


Round 1: mr 6

Round 2: inc x6 [12]

Round 3: (sc 1, inc)x6 [18]

Round 4: (sc 2, inc)x6 [24]

Rounds 5-10: sc around [24]

Round 11: (sc 2, dec)x6 [18]

Round 12: (sc 1, inc)x6 [12]

Round 13: dec x6 [6]

FO, leaving an extra long tail for sewing. Stuff to medium firmness.


Round 1: mr 6 [6]

Round 2: BLO sc around [6]

Tie off, leaving a long tail for sewing.


First, we’re going to make the bumps on our pumpkin.

-Using a yarn needle and the extra long tail from the pumpkin, bring the needle up through the middle of the pumpkin and out the top. Then bring the yarn in a straight line down the side of the pumpkin and insert it back into the middle of the bottom and then back through the top, pulling tight (but not so tight you snap the yarn). Bring the yarn straight down a few stitches away, insert it in the bottom middle, and bring it back up through the top. You’ve just created your first bump!

-Repeat this step to make as many bumps as you want. I usually don't keep track of how many stitches are in each bump, I personally like to make them all slightly different because it looks a little more natural and less uniform.

-When you are done adding as many bumps as you want, tie off and hide your tail, then it’s time to attach the stem and then you are all done!

I hope you have fun making your pumpkins and if you do, you should email me at or tag me on Instagram @cutiepie_crochet and show me your finished plushies! <3


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