4.10.11

Free Knitting Pattern: Jack Be Little Pumpkin


A fall tradition as steadfast as warm buttered bread and steaming hot apple cider on a late September afternoon, is the yearly trip to the local pumpkin patch for oodles of Jack be Little Pumpkins!  {Can you tell I've been immersed in Little House on the Prairie books?}  I adore these little mini pumpkins and thought some wooly Jack Be Little's would be sweet for our own nature table, along with a few for an upcoming Magical Market at my favorite coffee shop.  Enjoy~


Free Knitting Pattern: Jack Be Little Pumpkin

32 comments:

  1. AMAZING! I don't have any dpn, and I have various guests staying from now until Halloween solid (yikes), but I do have delicious orange yarn, so if I can just find some needles and a few hours...

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  2. This is a lovely pattern, t it's a perfect autumn project. Thank you so much for sharing...

    I will definitely be making some, I'll let you know how I get on....
    Deb

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  3. Great pattern, thanks for sharing :) I love the way it looks

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  4. Fabulous looking pattern, I'm giving this a try this afternoon! Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Oh, i like this pumpkin. Can´t wait to knit it in the evening. Btw, i love your blog. I´m a mother for two (soon three) boys myself. They are young at the time but we are thinking of homeschooling them in the future.
    Your blog (and your etsy shop) has been such an inspiration to me. (sry for my wobly english):)

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  6. Thank you for this lovely little pattern. I do have some white wool here that I will be casting on this morning! xx

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  7. This is DARLING! And inspiring. I can feel some pumpkin knitting coming on...

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  8. Thanks for sharing such a sweet pattern!

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  9. i can't wait to make some of these, thank you so much, and yours is adorable.

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  10. Very cute pattern and just the right time of year!

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  11. Very cute pumpkin! I like how you constructed it inside out too. :)

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  12. I love this! Thank you for sharing!

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  13. oh my goodness those are adorable! i wish the weather was feeling a wee bit more fallish for all of that loveliness you speak of...it still feels rather hot here!

    :)
    jen

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  14. Yay! I'm so glad you all enjoyed the pattern:) I posted it up on Ravelry too, I always love to see what everyone creates!

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  15. Thank you for sharing this sweet pattern, I must get some orange yarn!

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  16. Ohhhh - I am just getting the hang of dpns and can't wait to give these a try.
    Thank you!

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    1. You can make it on two needles---just add 2 stitches for the seam and remember to purl the second row stitches. When it's 3 inches long thread the yarn through the stitches on the needle, sew up back seam, draw the stitches on the thread up tight, and follow the instructions for finishing. Voila!

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    2. What about using circular needle and magic loop method??

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  17. What a darling pumpkin! I would love to make these!

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  18. very cute pattern, I can't wait to try them out

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  19. Love it! My oldest and I are going to make a few for my scond daughter, who turns eight on Halloween, and loves her fall nature table.

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  20. It looks like you have inspired a lot of knitted pumpkins! Thanks!

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  21. I'd probably still find it easier to make a fabric pumpkin then crave out a pumpkin with a detailed design. It's crazy the type of craved pumpkins some people can make.

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  22. So, so, so cute! I'm trying this today!

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  23. Thanks so much for sharing this sweet pattern ~ posted the one I made :) haPPy Thanksgiving :)
    crystal

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  24. Thankyou very sweet lil punkins! I love to purl so I will try both ways xx

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  25. The cutest pattern I've seen and most satisfying. I'm going to add some spices to the stuffing for extra sweetness. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  26. Thank you! I can't wait to cast on my first Jack Be Little!

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  27. Hahaha I enjoyed this though I was actually searching for Pumpkin Carving Ideas . I hope it’s fine with you that I could pin them on my Pinterest board. I’m so sure my followers would be happy to see these interesting photos. Keep sharing! :D

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  28. I just wanted to say thanks for the awesome and super easy to follow pattern. I am new at knitting, but was able to successfully make my very own Jack Be Little Pumpkin! I also mentioned the pattern and your blog on my blog. Hop over and take a look! (Also, please let me know if it's okay the way the post is.)

    http://bean-sprouting.blogspot.co.at/2013/11/jack-be-little-pumpkin.html

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