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12 Free Vegetable Crochet Patterns

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Let’s dive into the collection of 9+ free vegetable crochet patterns, these are the most valuable educational toys for your children. This collection includes most popular vegetables like tomato, potato, pumpkin, radish, winter melon, beetroot, carrot, cabbage, eggplant, mushroom, corn, peas, and cauliflower.

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I’m using this semi-cotton yarn, with the colors being varied, you can use your own choice colors, or as mine used. This kind of yarn is a 4-ply yarn that you can buy it online easily on ETSY. I’m also using hook size 2.3 mm and Hamanaka is one of my favorite brands, find Hamanaka hook on ETSY.

Try with other sport weight yarns that you have been familiar with. I recommend using Yarnart Jeans as an alternate, buy online with 30% off here. Besides, you will need some extra kinds of stuff as follows:

  • Scissors, pins, needles, stuffings.

For your information, I have shared a post about my best yarn for amigurumi projects? You can read there to have more choices on choosing amigurumi yarns.

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Some notes:

  • For a better result, use single crochet cross stitch (yarn under) and invisible single crochet decrease stitch.
  • Work in a continuous spiral unless otherwise specified.

Abbreviations

Most patterns in this collection are beginner-friendly, but a few others require some intermediate crochet stitches, please refer to this post to learn about all basic crochet stitches for beginners. Interested in more easy patterns to crochet? Click here to find more pattern ideas and inspirations.

This pattern is written using US TERM.

  • FLO: Front loop only
  • Hdc: Half double crochet stitch
  • Dc: Double crochet stitch
  • Sk: Skip stitch
  • Tr: Triple crochet stitch
  • […] … *x: Repeat instructions x times
  • (…): Number of stitches of each round
  • {…}: Work instructions within brackets into the same stitch

[Copyright Notice] This pattern was written, designed, and copyright held by, Lennutas. You are not permitted to copy, share, edit, upload or redistribute this pattern in any way, this includes making video tutorials or translating into other languages. Personal use only.

Tomato

Tomato is one of my favorite vegetables and it’s one of the simple vegetable crochet patterns that I must share firstly.

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Tomato, a simple vegetable crochet pattern.

Body

Use red 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: [inc, 7sc]*6 (54)
  • 10-11 (2 rounds): 54sc (54)
  • 12: [inc, 8sc]*6 (60)
  • 13-16 (4 rounds): 60sc (60)
  • 17: [dec, 8sc]*6 (54)
  • 18-19 (2 rounds): 54sc (54)
  • 20: [dec, 7sc]*6 (48)
  • 21: [dec, 6sc]*6 (42)
  • 22: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)
  • 23: [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 24: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 25: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 26: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 27: 6dec (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Pedicel

Use green yarn

  • Ch 8, ss into the 2nd ch from the hook, 5ss (6)
  • {6X} into the last ch.

Do not fasten off.

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Sepal

Continue from pedicel

  • [7ch, ss into the 2nd ch from the hook, sc, 2hdc, 2dc, sk 1, ss] 3 times.

Fasten off.

Leave a long tail and sew to the body.

Winter Melon

Winter melon, aka Benincasa hispida, the wax gourd, also called ash gourd, white gourd, winter gourd, tallow gourd, ash pumpkin.

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Winter melon

Body

Use green 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: [inc, 7sc]*6 (54)
  • 10-11 (2 rounds): 54sc (54)
  • 12: [inc, 8sc]*6 (60)
  • 13: 60sc (60)
  • 14: [dec, 8sc]*6 (54)
  • 15: 54sc (54)
  • 16: [dec, 7sc]*6 (48)
  • 17-18 (2 rounds): 48sc (48)
  • 19: [dec, 6sc]*6 (42)
  • 20-23 (4 rounds): 42sc (42)
  • 24: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)
  • 25-37 (13 rounds): 36sc (36)
  • 38: [inc, 2sc]*2, inc, 10sc, [dec, 2sc]*2, dec, 9sc (36)
  • 39-40 (2 rounds): 36sc (36)
  • 41:  [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 42: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 43: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 44: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 45: 6dec (6)

Continue to make the stem: ch 7, ss into the 2nd ch from the hook, sc 5 (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Flower

Use yellow yarn

  • Ch 3, [{2dc into the 1st ch, ch 2, ss}]*3.

Leave a long tail and sew at the bottom of the body.

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Radish

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Body

Start with white yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, 3sc]*3 (15)
  • 4: [inc, 4sc]*3 (18)
  • 5: [inc, 2sc]*6 (24)
  • 6: [inc, 7sc]*3 (27)
  • 7: [inc, 8sc]*3 (30)
  • 8: [inc, 4sc]*6 (36)
  • Change to pink yarn
  • 9: [inc, 5sc]*6 (42)
  • 10: [inc, 13sc]*3 (45)
  • 11: [inc, 14sc]*3 (48)
  • 12:  [inc, 7sc]*6 (54)
  • 13-17 (5 rounds): 54sc (54)
  • 18: [dec, 7sc]*6 (48)
  • 19: [dec, 6sc]*6 (42)
  • 20: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)
  • 21: [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 22: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 23: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 24: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 25: 6dec (6)

Change to green yarn

Leaves

  • Ch 25, ss into the 2nd ch from the hook, 17ss (18)
  • Ch 1, turn. Stitches are now working on both sides of the foundation chain
  • sc, 2hdc, dc, 2tr, sc, ss, sc, hdc, 2dc, 2tr, 2dc, tr, {3sc}, hdc, 2dc, 2tr, 2dc, hdc, sc, ss, sc, 2tr, dc, 2hdc, sc, ss, 6ss until reaching the body. 2ss into the next stitches of round 25
  • Ch 30, ss into the 2nd ch from the hook, 17ss (18)
  • Ch 1, turn. Stitches are now working on both sides of the foundation chain
  • sc, 2hdc, dc, 2tr, sc, ss, sc, hdc, 2dc, 2tr, 2dc, tr, {3sc}, hdc, 2dc, 2tr, 2dc, hdc, sc, ss, sc, 2tr, dc, 2hdc, sc, ss, 11ss until reaching the body. 2ss into the next stitches of round 25
  • Ch 28, ss into the 2nd ch from the hook, 17ss (18)
  • Ch 1, turn. Stitches are now working on both sides of the foundation chain
  • sc, 2hdc, dc, 2tr, sc, ss, sc, hdc, 2dc, 2tr, 2dc, tr, {3sc}, hdc, 2dc, 2tr, 2dc, hdc, sc, ss, sc, 2tr, dc, 2hdc, sc, ss, 9ss until reaching the body. Ss into the 1st green chain.

Fasten off and weave in.

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Carrot

Body

Start with orange yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: [inc, sc]*3 (9)
  • 3: 9sc (9)
  • 4: [inc, 2sc]*3 (12)
  • 5: 12sc (12)
  • 6: [inc, 3sc]*3 (15)
  • 7: 15sc (15)
  • 8: [inc, 4sc]*3 (18)
  • 9: 18sc (18)
  • 10: [inc, 5sc]*3 (21)
  • 11: 21sc (21)
  • 12: [inc, 6sc]*3 (24)
  • 13: 24sc (24)
  • 14: [inc, 3sc]*6 (30)
  • 15: 30sc (30)
  • 16: [inc, 4sc]*6 (36)
  • 17-19 (2 rounds): 36sc (36)
  • 20: [inc, 5sc]*6 (42)
  • 21-24 (4 rounds): 42sc (42)
  • 25: [inc, 6sc]*6 (48)
  • 26-32 (7 rounds): 48sc (48)
  • 33: [dec, 6sc]*6 (42)
  • 34: 42sc (42)
  • 35: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)
  • 36: [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 37: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 38: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 39: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 40: 6dec (6)

Change to green yarn

carrot crochet pattern

Stem

  • [20ch, ss into the 2nd ch from the hook, 18ss]*10 (19)

Fasten off, and weave in ends.

Finish

Use brown yarn to embroider some lateral roots.

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Cabbage

Part 1

Use light green 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)
  • 9-10 (2 rounds): 48sc (48)
  • 11: [dec, 6sc]*6 (42)
  • 12: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)
  • 13: [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 14: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 15: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 16: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 17: 6dec (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Part 2 (x4)

Use green 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)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

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Part 3 (x5)

Use green 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, 8sc]*6 (48)
  • 9: [inc, 9sc]*6 (54)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

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Finish

Sew part 2 to part 1, then sew part 3 to part 2.

Mushroom

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, sc 14 (20)22: 20sc (20)23: [sc, inc]4, sc 12 (24)24-25 (2 rounds): 24sc (24)26: [dec, 2sc]6 (18)27: [dec, sc]*6 (12)28: 6dec (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

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, weave in ends.

Sew 2 parts together.

Eggplant

Body

Use purple 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: 42sc (42)
  • 9: [inc, 6sc]*6 (48)
  • 10: 48sc (48)
  • 11: [inc, 7sc]*6 (54)
  • 12-13 (2 rounds): 54sc (54)
  • 14: [dec, 7sc]*6 (48)
  • 15: [dec, 3sc]*2, dec, 14sc, [inc, 3sc]*2, inc, 13sc (48)
  • 16: 48sc (48)
  • 17: [dec, 14sc]*3 (45)
  • 18: 7sc, dec, [13sc, dec]*2, 6sc (42)
  • 19: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)
  • 20-24 (5 rounds): 36sc (36)
  • 25: [dec, 10sc]*3 (30)
  • 26: 30sc (30)
  • 27: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 28: 24sc (24)
  • 29: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)
  • 30: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 31: 6dec (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

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Pedicel

Use green yarn

Ch 8, ss into the 2nd ch from the hook, 5ss, {6sc} into the last chain, continue woking in spiral

  • 1: 6inc (12)
  • 2: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 3: [7ch, ss into the 2nd ch from the hook, sc, 2hdc, 2dc, sk 2, ss]*6

Fasten off, leave a long tail and sew to the top of the body.

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6 thoughts on “12 Free Vegetable Crochet Patterns”

  1. The last pedicel instruction for the tomato says “(6X) into the last ch” – what kind of stitch?

  2. The pdf emailed to me contains patterns for tomato, winter melon and radish. How can I get the patterns for the rest of the vegetables (carrot, cabbage, mushroom, etc?

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