How To Crochet Pumpkin Fall Décor With Leaf Coasters Free Pattern

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Create your own adorable fall pumpkin that is a nifty coaster holder! The charming curly stems can be easily pulled out from the center, transforming into leaf-shaped coasters. It’s a quick and fun project, perfect for sprucing up your fall home decor or gifting to loved ones. And if you love festive coasters, also check out the Shamrock Crochet Coaster Pattern or the Crochet Wreath Ornament and Coaster.

This is a quick and affordable project with only two balls of yarn. For the pumpkin pattern, we will be using a method that creates a bulkier weight yarn by holding three strands together, but this can be worked from one ball! Check out the tutorial on how to make Bulky Yarn from One Skein.

If you would like, a bulky weight yarn can be substituted instead of using three strands at once.

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Autumn Vibes

Fall brings us outside to admire the changing foliage and allows us to stay inside and enjoy time with our loved ones. One way to do this is by hosting game nights with friends or family. I suggest jazzing up your board games with these unique nesting fall-themed coasters – they’ll add a bit of festivity to your gatherings!

Looking for a DIY project this fall? How about trying your hand at making crochet pumpkin coasters? This simple crochet project will add a touch of autumn to your home and make a perfect gift for friends and family. It is a budget-friendly way to showcase your creativity and allows you to embrace the spirit of the season.

Why not make several and create gifts of your fall-themed décor? These cute and easy crochet pumpkin patterns and leaf-shaped coasters are functional and delightful, making them an excellent addition to any home or office space. Let your festive spirit shine through with these charming coasters!

It’s almost that time of year when comfort and warmth are the order of the day. And what better way to celebrate autumn than with a warm fall beverage? Whether it’s hot apple cider, spiced tea, or a classic pumpkin-spice latte, there's nothing quite like sipping on an autumnal treat while enjoying the breathtaking views of fall.

However, if you decide to celebrate this season, don’t forget that it’s a time to enjoy the small delights and make memories with friends and family. So why not add extra festivity to your home or office by crafting unique coasters? They’ll bring an autumnal touch to any space and will surely get you in the spirit of the season while protecting your furniture.

About the yarn

When looking for yarn to make your pumpkin crochet pattern and coasters, you want something that's soft and easy to work with. If you’re looking for the perfect yarn to make your crochet pumpkin coasters, then Mary Maxim Starlette Worsted is an excellent choice. This lightweight yarn is soft and easy to work with, and it comes in a wide variety of colors so you can find the perfect shade for your project. This yarn is versatile and easy to work with. Plus its 100% Ultra Soft Acrylic makes it easy to wash and care for.

For a truly unique fall piece, try out Mary Maxim Starlette Worsted weight yarn in the color Pumpkin Spice. The subtle blend of orange and yellow will bring the fall decorations on your pumpkin coasters to life! This acrylic yarn is also perfect for making sweaters, hats, and scarves so you can keep warm all season long.

Add a little extra warmth and cheer to your home this autumn. Get creative with your crafting and make memorable pieces you can enjoy all season long. With the help of Mary Maxim Starlette Worsted yarn, you’ll have the perfect supplies to make exquisite items for yourself or loved ones!

Fall crochet coasters

Crochet coasters are an easy way to add a touch of autumnal flair to your home. With a few simple supplies, you can quickly make these unique nesting fall-themed crochet pumpkin pattern coasters! These will bring a festive feel to your home.

These coasters are perfect for adding a bit of festivity and warmth to any space this fall season, so why not give them a try? Adjust the colors and patterns to make each coaster unique, or combine different crochet patterns and stitches to create something extraordinary. So don’t forget to add some handmade touches around your home this autumn – they’ll make your celebrations even more memorable!

Why not give this fun crochet pumpkin-free pattern a try? Not only will you get to create something unique and special, but it’s also budget-friendly. This free crochet pumpkin pattern is below on my blog for subscribers, so don't forget to check it out! It's as simple as entering your e-mail to see the written pattern with photos and video tutorials.

You can adjust the colors and patterns to make each coaster unique or combine different crochet stitches to create something truly special. So don’t forget to add some handmade touches around your home this autumn – they’ll make your celebrations even more memorable!

This unique project is a great way to add festive touches to your home this season. They are just the most adorable crochet mini pumpkin coasters!

For an extra special touch, why not insert a cinnamon stick into the stem of your crocheted pumpkin? It's the perfect finishing touch, bringing a warm autumn aroma to your home.

Happy crafting and happy fall, everyone!

P.S: Don't forget to check out my blog for other festive ideas, free patterns, and helpful tutorials! There are plenty of ways to get creative with your fall décor this season. Have fun! 🍁🎃❤️👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 🧶🎅✂️🧵☕️

Check out some of my other patterns.

How to Crochet a Table Runner and How to Decorate with Table Runners
Pumpkin Knit & Crochet Mug Rug Free Patterns
Hello Fall Crochet Pillow – Free Decor Pattern
Monstera Leaf Crochet Square Free Colorwork Pattern
Shamrock Crochet Potholder Pattern

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Supplies You Will Need:

Crochet Hook:

Size H (5.0mm), & M/N (9.0mm) or hook to obtain gauge


Removable stitch markers (2)
Yarn needle to weave in ends


Mary Maxim Starlette Worsted
100% Ultra Soft Acrylic, 180yds/100g


Colorways Shown:
Pumpkin: Cottonwood Natural, Medium
Taupe and Warm Brown.
125 yds (1 skein per pumpkin)
Leaves: Mid-Green
120 yds per 4 leaves and pumpkin stem (1 skein)


ch - chain
dc - double crochet
rnd- round
sc - single crochet
sl st - slip stitch
st(s) - stitch(es)
Stsc - stacked single crochet


16 sts x 8 rows = 4x4” in double crochet
Not critical for this project.


Pumpkin sits approx 3.5 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide.
The coaster measures approx 4.25 inches across.

Skill Level:

Intermediate Beginner

Notes for the Crochet Pumpkin with Leaf Coasters Pattern

Special Stitches:
Stacked Single Crochet (Stsc): Do NOT chain, insert hook into next stitch, yo, pull up a loop, yo and pull through both loops, insert hook in the vertical bar below, yo, pull up a loop, yo and pull through both loops on the hook. https://brianakdesigns.com/stacked-single-crochet/

With just two balls of yarn, you can create a beautiful pumpkin in no time. We'll be using a cool method that involves combining three strands of yarn to create a bulky weight for the pumpkin. Don't worry, though - you can still make this project with just one ball of bulky weight yarn if you preffer.

Working in The Third Loop:

Video Tutorial for the Crochet Pumpkin with Leaf Coasters Pattern

Written Instructions for the Crochet Pumpkin with Leaf Coasters Pattern

Crochet Leaf Coaster

With H (5.0mm) Crochet Hook

Rnd 1: Create a Magic Circle and work the following inside the circle: Stsc, dc 11, join with a sl st to the first st in the rnd. (12 sts)

Rnd 2: Stsc in the first st, ch 1, *dc 1, ch 1; repeat from * to * around, join with a sl st to the first st in the rnd. (24 sts including chains)

Rnd 3: Stsc in the first st, 2 dc sts in the next ch-space, [dc 1 in the next, 2 dc sts in the next chspace] 4 times, ch 1, skip the next dc st, (dc 2, ch 2, dc 2) in the next ch-space, ch 1, skip the next dc st, [2 dc sts in the next ch-space, dc 1 in the next] 5 times, 2 dc sts in the last ch-space, do not join. (36 dc sts, and 4 ch sts)

Rnd 4: Working in the third loop or bottom hump of a ch stitch, sc 18, (sc 1, ch 2, sc 1) in the ch 2-space, working in the third loop or bottom hump of a ch stitch, sc 20, do not join. (40 sc sts, and 2 ch sts)

Stem: Ch 21, working in the bottom humps of the ch-sts, 2 sc in the second ch from the hook, 2sc in each remaining st across. Your work will start to curl, which is what we want! Sl st to the base of the coaster leaf, fasten off, and weave in ends. (40 stem sts)


With M/N (9.0mm) Crochet Hook

Row 1: Using the 1 ball to 3 strands method, ch 16, blo sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, blo sc in the next 9 ch sts, blo sl st in the last 5 sts, turn. (15 sts)

Row 2: Ch 1, blo sl st in the first 5 sts, blo sc in the last 10 sts, turn.

Row 3: Ch 1, blo sc in the first 10 sts, blo sl st in the last 5 sts, turn.

Repeats: Continue to work Rows 2-3 until there is a total of 25 rows.

Fold the fabric in half length-wise, matching up the first row with the current row. Ch 1, insert your hook into the blo of the current row and also through the loop from the first row, sl st together. Repeat the crochet pattern across all the sts.

Once the edges are joined, we will work around one side of the pumpkin. Sl st one stitch per two rows all the way around, approximately sl stitching 13 stitches around. Join and fasten off, or fasten off and use your yarn needle to create an invisible join.


To finish off the blo sc side, which will be our base, use your beginning tail to weave through a loop at the end of each round, then pull the opening closed.

Weave in all ends; block leaves if necessary. Stuff the leaves in your own pumpkin shape and pull them out when you need coasters. I hope you enjoy this fall home decor project. Cheers!

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