I have been making these Knitting Machine Pumpkins all week long for my markets. They are quick makes and oh so cute! Honestly I think these are going to be great sellers. I used my Addi Express King sized machine to make large pumpkins, my Off-Brand Machine for mid sized ones, and my Addi Professional for the mini ones.
Basically what I am telling you is that no matter what kind of machine (or what size it is) you can easily make these adorable knitting machine pumpkins too!
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Knitting Machine Pumpkin Tutorial
Here is the video for any of you who want it! I show you how to make the pumpkins from start to finish on any machine, and I also share how I chose to make my stems. Let me know how you style and finish your pumpkins in the comment section below!
You can use any yarn that works on your machine for this tutorial. I used Bernat Velvet and also pictured is I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby.
- Knitting Machine of any size
- Any yarn that works on your machine
- Some sort of stem of your choosing
- second color yarn for crochet stem
- leather strip
- cinnamon stick
- sticks from your yard
Written Instructions for Knitting Machine Pumpkins
Cast on normally.
Crank out correct number of row for your machine.
- Professional Addi (22 needles) – 30 rows
- Addi Express King (46 needles) – 53 rows
- Off Brand Machine (40 needles) – 45 rows
Cast off by using a yarn needle and picking up all stitches from machine.
Cinch one end of the pumpkin closed by pulling the tail.
Stuff pumpkin with polyfil or any other stuffing your desire.
Cinch opposite end closed.
Pull one tail through the pumpkins center, pull tight and tie to second tail causing pumpkin to flatten to a more disk like shape.
wrap one tail around the outside of the pumpkin, then go back through the bottom of the pumpkin via the center holes.
This will create the indents in the sides of your pumpkin. Repeat to create as many “sections” on the pumpkin as you desire.
Add whatever stem you desire and your pumpkin is complete!
Let’s give ’em pumpkin to talk about
You will be the talk of your next market with these adorable pumpkins. They make great kids toys, dog toys, home decor and more! I cannot wait to see the pumpkins you all make, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram so I can see them! Have fun pumping out your pumpkins babes, XO Tay
I’d really love to know what yarns were used on your beautiful pumpkins!
I love this yarn from hobby lobby, and bernat velvet!