Crochet Vegetables Free Pattern Part 2

Hey there! It’s your friendly designer, Thao, and I’m thrilled to continue our exploration into the whimsical world of crochet vegetables.

In this blog, we’re diving into the fantastic final seven vegetable-inspired amigurumi patterns. So, grab your yarn and hooks, and let’s cultivate a garden of crochet happiness together!

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Crochet Vegetables Part 1

The first eight vegetable crochet patterns are ready to be brought to life through the magic of yarn and hooks. I hope these delightful creations, each showcasing a unique vegetable-inspired design, bring a burst of joy and creativity to your crafting haven.

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Crochet Vegetables Part 2

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Mushroom

Get ready for a magical stroll through the crochet forest with my mushroom crochet vegetables pattern! This whimsical project guarantees to sprinkle a dash of magic into your crafting space. So, grab your hooks and let the enchantment begin!

Big mushroom

Start with brown yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 4: [inc, 2sc]*6 (24)
  • 5: [inc, 3sc]*6 (30)
  • 6: [inc, 4sc]*6 (36)
  • 7: [inc, 5sc]*6 (42)
  • 8: [inc, 6sc]*6 (48)
  • 9-11 (3 rounds): 48sc (48)

Change to cream yarn

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  • 12: [dec, 6sc]*6 (42)
  • 13: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)
  • 14: [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 15: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 16: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 17: FLO 18sc (18)
  • 18-20 (3 rounds): 18sc (18)
  • 21: [sc, inc]*2, 14sc (20)
  • 22: 20sc (20)
  • 23: [sc, inc]*4, 12sc (24)
  • 24-25 (2 rounds): 24sc (24)
  • 26: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 27: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 28: 6dec (6)

Fasten off, and weave in ends.

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Small mushroom

Start with brown yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 4: [inc, 2sc]*6 (24)
  • 5: [inc, 3sc]*6 (30)
  • 6: [inc, 4sc]*6 (36)
  • 7-8 (2 rounds): 36sc (36)

Change to cream yarn

  • 9: [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 10: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 11: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 12: FLO [dec, 4sc]*3 (15)
  • 13-15 (3 rounds): 15sc (15)
  • 16: [sc, inc]*3, 9sc (18)
  • 17: 18sc (18)
  • 18: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 19: 6dec (6)

Fasten off, and weave in ends.

Sew 2 parts together.

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Corn

Embrace the season with my crochet vegetables pattern featuring corn! This cheerful amigurumi is a delightful project that captures the essence of sunny days and crafting joy.

This is one of the vegetable crochet patterns that are suitable for intermediate levels, if you are a beginner, you might need to learn and practice following crochet stitches.

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Continue to making the corn.

Body

Use yellow yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: [inc, sc]*3 (9)
  • 3: [inc, 2sc]*3 (12)
  • 4: 12sc (12)
  • 5: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 6: [inc, 2sc]*6 (24)
  • 7: [inc, 3sc]*6 (30)
  • 8: [inc, 4sc]*6 (36)
  • 9: 36sc (36)
  • 10: [inc, 5sc]*6 (42)
  • 11-27 (17 rounds): 42sc (42)
  • 28: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)

Start stuffing.

  • 29: 36sc (36)
  • 30: [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 31: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)

Stuff firmly.

  • 32: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 33: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 34: 6dec (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Sepal

Use green yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: BLO 12sc (12)
  • 4-6 (3 rounds): 12sc (12)
  • 7: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 8: [inc, 2sc]*6 (24)
  • 9: [inc, 3sc]*6 (30)
  • 10: [inc, 4sc]*6 (36)
  • 11: [inc, 5sc]*6 (42)
  • 12-13: 42sc (42)

From now, work in row and ch 2 at the end of each row and turn to make the leaf

Leaf 1
  • 14: (BLO 4dc), 10dc, (FLO 4dc) (18)
  • 15-16 (2 rows): 18dc (18)
  • 17: Dc dec, 14dc, dc dec (16)
  • 18: Dc dec, 12dc, dc dec (14)
  • 19: 2dc dec, 6dc, 2dc dec (10)
  • 20: Dc dec, 6dc, dc dec (8)
  • 21: 2dc dec, 2dc dec (4)
  • 22: 2dc dec (2)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Leaf 2

Join green yarn into the 15th remaining loop of round 13, repeat from row 14 to row 22 to make the second leaf.

Leaf 3

Join green yarn into the 29th remaining loop of round 13, repeat from row 14 to row 22 to make the third leaf.

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Peas

Join the pod of crochet enthusiasts with my peas pattern. This adorable project is perfect for both beginners and seasoned crafters, offering a charming addition to your amigurumi family.

Besides most basic amigurumi stitches, you need to know the following stitches to make the peas.

  • Hdc: Half double crochet stitch
  • Dc: Double crochet stitch
  • Dc inc: Double crochet increase stitch
  • Dc dec: Double crochet decrease stitch

Peel

Use dark green yarn

Work in row, ch 2 at the end of each row and turn

  • 1: ch 3, 2dc into the 1st chain (2)
  • 2: 2dc inc (4)
  • 3: dc inc, 2dc, dc inc (6)
  • 4: 2dc inc, 2dc, 2dc inc (10)
  • 5: 2dc inc, 6dc, 2dc inc (14)
  • 6: dc inc, 12dc, dc inc (16)
  • 7-10 (4 rows): 16dc (16)
  • 11: dc dec, 12dc, dc dec (14)
  • 12: 2dc dec, 6dc, 2dc dec (10)
  • 13: 2dc dec, 2dc, 2dc dec (6)
  • 14: dc dec, 2dc, dc dec (4)
  • 15: 2dc dec (2)

Continue to make the leaves

  • [Ch 7, ss into the 2nd chain from the hook, sc, hdc, dc, hdc, sc] *3

Fasten off, weave in ends.

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Beans (x3)

Use light green yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 4-5 (2 rounds): 18sc (18)
  • 6: [dec, sc]*6 (12)

Stuff firmly.

  • 7: 6dec (6)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

Finish

Sew the beans to the peel

Cauliflower

Cauliflower has never been this cute! Dive into the world of crochet veggies with my free pattern. This project is a fantastic way to add a touch of whimsy to your crafting repertoire.

  • Dc: Double crochet stitch
  • FLO: Front loop only
  • BLO: Back loop only

Part 1

Startt with light green yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: BLO 6inc (12)
  • 3: BLO 12sc (12)
  • 4-6 (3 rounds): 12sc (12)
  • 7: 2sc, 2hdc, 4dc, 2hdc, 2sc (12)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

From now, work in row, join dark green into the remaining loops of round 1, ch 2

  • 1: 6idc (round 1), 12idc (round 2) (36)
  • 2: ch 2, turn, 36idc (72)
  • 3: turn, [ch 3, sc] til the end 

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Stuff firmly.

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Part 2

Start with light green yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 4: BLO 18sc (18)
  • 5-15 (11 rounds): 18sc (18)

Stuff firmly.

  • 16: BLO [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 17: BLO 6dec (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

From now, work in row, join dark green into the remaining loops of round 17, ch 2

  • 1: 6idc (round 17), 12idc (round 16), 18idc (round 15) (72)
  • 2: ch 2, turn, 72idc (144)
  • 3: turn, [ch 3, sc] til the end 

Finish

Sew part 1 from round 6 to round 10 of part 2.

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Capsicum

Spice up your crochet collection with a burst of color and creativity using our capsicum crochet vegetables pattern! This fun and vibrant project is sure to pepper your crafting journey with heaps of joy.

So, grab your yarn and let the colorful crochet adventure begin!

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Part 1

Use red yarn

  • 1: 6 sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6 inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc] * 6 (18)
  • 4: [inc, 2 sc] * 6 (24)
  • 5: [inc, 3 sc] * 6 (30)
  • 6: [inc, 4 sc] * 6 (36)
  • 7: [inc, 5 sc] * 6 (42)
  • 8: [inc, 6 sc] * 6 (48)
  • 9: [inc, 7 sc] * 6 (54)
  • 10-18 (9 rounds): 54 sc (54)
  • 19: [dec, 7 sc] * 6 (48)
  • 20-23 (4 rounds): 48 sc (48)
  • 24: [dec, 6 sc] * 6 (42)
  • 25-26 (2 rounds): 42 sc (42)
  • 27: [dec, 5 sc] * 6 (36)

Start stuffing.

  • 28: [dec, 4 sc] * 6 (30)
  • 29: [dec, 3 sc] * 6 (24)
  • 30: [dec, 2 sc] * 6 (18)
  • 31: [dec, sc] * 6 (12)

End stuffing.

  • 32: 6 dec (6)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

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Part 2 (stem)

Use green yarn

  • 1: 8 sc into MR ()
  • 2-6 (5 rounds): 8 sc (8)
  • 7: dec, 6 sc (7)
  • 8: dec, 5 sc (6)
  • 9: 6 sc (6)
  • 10: 6 inc (12)
  • 11: [inc, sc] * 6 (18)
  • 12: [sk 1, {4 dc}, slst] * 6 

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

ASSEMBLY

  • Use the tail from part 1 to device part 1 into 4 parts.
  • Sew part 2 to part 1 from round 1 to round 3.

Chili

Part 1 (x2)

Use red yarn

  • 1: 4 sc into MR (4)
  • 2: inc, 3 sc (5)
  • 3: inc, 4 sc (6)
  • 4: 2 inc, 4 sc (8)
  • 5: 8 sc (8)
  • 6: sc, 2 inc, 2 sc, dec, sc (9)
  • 7: 9 sc (9)
  • 8: 3 sc, inc, 5 sc (10)
  • 9-10 (2 rounds): 10 sc (10)

Stuff as you go

  • 11: 3 sc, 2 inc, 2 sc, dec, sc (11)
  • 12: 11 sc (11)
  • 13: 5 sc, inc, 5 sc (12)
  • 14: 5 sc, inc, 6 sc (13)
  • 15: 5 sc, 2 inc, 4 sc, dec (14)
  • 16-17 (2 rounds): 14 sc (14)
  • 18: 6 sc, 2 inc, 4 sc, dec (15)
  • 19: 15 sc (15)
  • 20: [dec, 3 sc] * 3 (12)
  • 21: [dec, 2 sc] * 3 (9)

End stuffing.

  • 22: [dec, sc] * 3 (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Part 2 (stem)

Use green yarn

Part 2A: 

  • 1: 6 sc into MR (6)
  • 2: [inc, sc] * 3 (9)

Fasten off.

Part 2B:

  • Ch 10, slst into the 2nd chain from the hook, 8 slst (9)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

Sew part 2B to the center of part 2A.

ASSEMBLY

  • Sew part 2 to part 1 from round 20 to round 21.

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Lady’s Fingers

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Use green yarn

  • 1: 4 sc into MR (4)
  • 2: 4 sc (4)
  • 3: [inc, sc] *2 (6)
  • 4-5 (2 rounds): 6 sc (6)
  • 6: [inc, sc] * 3 (9)
  • 7: 9 sc (9)
  • 8: inc, 8 sc (10)
  • 9: 10 sc (10)
  • 10: inc, 9 sc (11)
  • 11: 11 sc (11)
  • 12: inc, 10 sc (12)

Stuff as you go

  • 13-14 (2 rounds): 12 sc (12)
  • 15: 2 inc, 4 sc, dec, 4 sc (13)
  • 16: 13 sc (13)
  • 17: 2 sc, inc, 10 sc (14)
  • 18: 14 sc (14)
  • 19: [sc, inc] * 2, 10 sc (16)
  • 20-21 (2 rounds): 16 sc (16)
  • 22: 2 sc, inc, sc, inc, 11 sc (18)
  • 23-24 (2 rounds): 18 sc (18)
  • 25: 18 slst (18)
  • 26: 18 sc into back loops of round 24 (18)
  • 27: [dec, sc] * 6 (12)
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End stuffing

  • 28: 6 dec(6)
  • 29-32 (4 rounds): 6 sc (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

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And that, my fabulous fellow crocheters, concludes our delightful journey into the realm of crocheted vegetables! I hope these patterns, each a unique vegetable-inspired creation, add a sprinkle of joy and a dash of creativity to your crafting space.

Remember, the world of amigurumi is limitless, and these crochet vegetables are just the beginning. Keep those hooks busy, share your creations with the community, and let’s continue spreading the magic of handmade happiness together.

Until next time, happy crocheting with your favorite crochet vegetables!

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