This crochet pattern will guide you through the process of creating a cute and spooky Pumpkin Jack. The finished pumpkin will make a charming addition to your Halloween decor, and it will add a playful and whimsical touch to any room in your house.
This cute pumpkin is made in the amigurumi method. It's super simple and beginner friendly. With it's pointy wittch hat and dangling stripe legs, it will definitley add that cute halloween charm in your room.
This pattern is suitable for mid-beginner level crocheters and it will make a great project for anyone looking to add a touch of handmade charm to their Halloween decorations. This Pumpkin Jack is sure to become a beloved Halloween tradition.
You can use any medium weight yarn with 5.0mm crochet hook. Stuff it with toy stuffing or you can also use your yarn stash. Add some river rocks or marbles for weight.
The crochet pattern includes detailed instructions, step-by-step photo, some tips and tricks (like how to crochet a perfect circle and how to make a perfect stripes without jagged edges) to help you create the pumpkin and you can customize the colors to match your own personal style.
20" (from tip of hat to toe) x 7"
You can adjust the height of the hat and the length of the legs to your liking.
This pattern is written in Standard US Crochet Terms.
Pumpkin Jack Halloween CrochetPattern
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