Sunday, October 13, 2013

DIY: crochet pumpkin pie

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Mhmm what would the world be without pumpkins. They are delicious and colorful vegetables that comes in lots of shapes. Halloween is almost here and I bet people are looking forward to carve out a nice scary pumpkin head c:

Tho Holland isn’t a big Halloween country so I rather work with yarn and hook and create something like a sliced crocheted pumpkin pie. And that is something I want to share in today’s DIY post!  
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Wat zijn pompoenen toch heerlijke lekkernijen. En zo gezond as well c: Ik vind vooral pompoen soep oh zo lekker! Dat mag van mij wel iedere dag op de eettafel geserveerd worden. Iets wat ik minder zie in Nederland is de ‘pompoentaart’. Ik moet eerlijk bekennen dat ik het nog nooit gegeten heb maar het moooet heerlijk zijn. Like applepie.

Ik moet het nu maar doen met een gehaakt versie van mijn pompoentaart en dit wordt ook het hoofdonderwerp van deze DIY post!  

Ch = chain, sc = single crochet, dec = decrease single crochet, st = stitch 

An easy way to create a pompom! Trim in desired size and hotglue it with a glue gun. 


STEPS:
tart base back
R1: ch 9
R2: ch 1, sc in the first st until the end
R3: repeat r2
R4 (scalloped edge): ch 3, dch in the 1st st, hdch in the same st, skip next st, sc in the next st, ch 2, dch in the same st, hdch in the same st, REPEAT until end. 

 filling 
The length depends on the thickness of the yarn. Cotton is thinner than wool so it need a longer chain. 
When use cotton chain 13. When use wool chain 11. 
R1: ch 11 or 13 
R2: ch 1, sc all the way
REPEAT  

34 comments :

  1. SO cute! I haven't crocheted in a while actually! x

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  2. It's adorable! I love the trick you use to make a pompom! Never knew you could make it that way!
    Keep up the great work :)

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  3. omg super cute ! I tried learning how to crochet before but I just couldn't get it XD instead I just sewed felt and stuffed cotton in to make little cakes haha!

    http://huangwrites.blogspot.com

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  4. Did you make it? This is so cute!

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  5. omg this is so adorable haha! I don't think I've ever crocheted before lol :X

    Metallic Paws

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  6. That's so cute! Maybe I'll make some and tie them to keychain holes :]

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

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  7. Its so cute!
    I think the only thing i'd be able to make would be the pompom, crochet looks tricky

    xx
    www.shogoxo.blogspot.com

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  8. Seriously, this is too cute.. I wish I was this handy-dandy~~ They all look soo adorable. Would be awesome as a keychain ;)

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  9. super cute.

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    christian | my blog : www.christianyuen.blogspot.com
    greetings from hong kong
    peace.

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  10. i just can't get over how amazing your skills are. i learned how to crochet years ago and the language just completely threw me off. i really felt like i was learning a new language! i am working on a scarf now - just a plain ole scarf - and i am having the same problems i have always had.. it keeps shrinking! :)

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  11. I don't like pumpkin but this is so cute! I've always wanted to know how to crochet; I find that you could make way more things by crocheting than knitting.

    Louise | Vanity Corner

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  12. This looks so cute!

    http://abigailalicex.blogspot.com

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  13. this is adorable! you are so talented :)

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  14. Awww these are the cutest thing, you are so creative sweety....Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me, wishing you a good start to the new week!

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  15. How cute! :) I know the basics about knitting which will only allow me to knit a simple wool scarf but seeing this I should try to learn crochet.

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  16. Cute!

    xx Mounia
    www.nonchalantrebel.blogspot.com

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  17. Oh man, I wish I could do that - it's so adorable!

    Have a great day,
    -Kati

    P.S.: Thanks for commenting on my last post - I highly appreciate it!

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  18. This is super cute mei :) I could imagine this as a great keychain decoration! ^_^

    Joyce @ carouselstreet.com

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  19. Sooo cute!! Ik heb ook nog nooit pumpkinpie gegeten, weet zelf niet of ik hem lekker zou vinden :P Heb je het patroon al op Ravelry gezet? xx

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  20. I love these!! So cute! And also, pumpkin pie is my favorite so I'm a little biased :) I've been wanting to learn how to crochet for the longest time, just haven't had the time to do so - I really want to make my own warm things for winter! It's on my list, though, I must learn soon! Thanks for sharing this cool and cute DIY!

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  21. Oh my gosh these are the cutest things ever. I have a friend who knits so i definitely have to shoow her this!

    -Violet
    RosesareRedblog.com

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  22. omg dit is echt het schattigste dat ik ooit heb gezien :D

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  23. Dit ziet er zo cute en leuk uit! <3 Ik wil dit ook kunnen hihi! En ik heb je pakketje binnen, super bedankt!! <3 ook voor de extra dingentjes <3

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  24. This is so adorable! I love pumpkin soup especially :)
    I haven't tried pumpkin pie before though - it sounds yummy!

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  25. Your very talented mei. I'm not good with anything related to stitching or crocheting.

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  26. AWWWWWW this is sooooo cuteeeeeeee!!! so gonna attempt something like this... and fail haha!

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  27. Those are adorable! I'd love to feature them! Just follow this link and link them up at my craft party! They are so cute! http://sewlicioushomedecor.com/saturday-show-licious-home-decor-53/

    Marti

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  28. This is so cute! I've never crocheted something, but I love pumpkin pie. What a great idea.

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  29. What a fantastic pattern. I love your photos, too! I featured this in a roundup on my blog yesterday. http://bookpeoplestudio.wordpress.com/2013/11/29/collinktion-perfect-pie/

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