Need a little something to spruce up your home for Thanksgiving? How about this quick and easy crochet pumpkin pie bunting! I swear these little pie slices almost look good enough to eat! And they are calorie-free of course 🙂
– Worsted weight yarn. I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Honey (for the pie) and Beige for the crust.
– Size F crochet hook.
– Tapestry needle
– Toothpicks (completely optional, see below)
SC = Single Crochet
SC Decrease = Single Crochet Decrease
DC = Double Crochet
Crochet Pumpkin Pie Pattern:
Chain 13, sc in second chain from hook and the rest of the way down, chain 1, turn
Row 2: SC in each stitch across, chain 1, turn (12 SC)
Row 3: SC decrease, SC in next 8, SC decrease over last two, chain 1, turn
Row 4: SC in each stitch across, chain 1, turn (10 SC)
Row 5: SC decrease, SC in next 6, SC decrease over last two, chain 1, turn
Row 6: SC in each stitch across, chain 1, turn (8 SC)
Row 7: SC decrease, SC in next 4, SC decrease over last two, chain 1, turn
Row 8: SC in each stitch across, chain 1, turn (6 SC)
Row 9: SC decrease, SC in next 2, SC decrease over last two, chain 1, turn
Row 10: SC in each stitch across, chain 1, turn (4 SC)
Row 11: SC decrease two times, chain 1, turn
Row 12: SC in each stitch across, chain 1, turn (2 SC)
Row 13: SC decrease, chain 1 and continue to SC around all edges of the triangle.
fasten off and weave in ends
Atttach yarn on the right side of the top edge. Make 4 DC in next stitch, slip stitch to next, 4 DC, slip stitch, repeat across the top to make your “crust.” Fasten off and weave in ends.
You are amazing continually creating and sharing adorable items! 🙂
Vanessa Caine says
If you pin the bunting to an ironing board and lightly spritz with steam the ends will stop curling. I do this with all my work and the wool tends to sit and look better in general 🙂
I don't decorate with bunting but I can see myself stitching them together for a hotpad.
I wish I found this two nights ago! It would have been the perfect hostess gift for my friend's party!
Hi Sarah, thank you for all the cool patterns! I have one question, if you don't mind. The pattern was simple to follow until it was time to single stitch around the edges to finish up. I'm struggling to single stitch into a decrease stitch. They look so different from a normal stitch. I don't know where to insert my needle and where one stitch begins and one ends. Any tips? I tried to google it but not sure I'm even explaining it correctly, hard to put it in search… thank you!
Teri Reitemeier says
These are so cute!! Do you think they would work for coasters? I can see a coffee cup on it with a real piece of pumpkin pie next to it! Thanks for the wonderful patterns. It is so kind of you to share!!
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Adorable. I’d put these on the table as coasters.
Do you have a flat turkey bunting pattern? Would love to find one.
these! pls post more bunting holiday crafts! THX!