Pinteresting Projects: crochet fruit
Over the past week, we’ve been celebrating picnics and fruits, and today is no exception. Check out these adorable crochet fruit patterns and projects from around the web!
Earlier this week, we had Emma Varnam give us an exclusive tutorial and free pattern to make these fruity and fun potholders. Check it out!
Wow, can pompoms get any cuter than these? We all squealed with delight when we saw these cuties! The tutorial includes detailed instructions and photography, so you’ll be making fruity pompoms in no time. (Link)
Crochet all of the fruits
We love the idea of a crochet fruit bowl full of tasty temptations that will always be fresh. Take a peek at this banana by Little Conkers!
We also adore these citrusy creations from the HappyBerry blog – whole, half, and quarter citrus segments all in one pattern!
Her fabulous pattern includes an in-depth tutorial with video instructions. She uses DK weight yarn for this project, which makes lifesized fruits that are simply delightful. (Link)
Who doesn’t love a pear? These Happy Pears by Kornflake Stew are cheery little friends guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
This sweet pattern includes 2 sizes of pear, which measure 5 inches and 2 inches tall. This is recommended as a beginner pattern, and the designer recommends Drops Paris yarn.
Fruit garland by kikalite
This adorable pineapple garland bunting would be perfect at a garden party, a wedding, or a birthday for a pineapple enthusiast. (If you’re on Instagram, follow us @LoveCrochetCom!)