Apple Free Crochet Pattern Main Image

Apple Free Crochet Pattern

Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Honeycrisp, Gala or Fuji – there’s something for everyone in this crochet apple pattern! Pick your favorite and dive in. Whether it’s for a teacher’s gift or an addition to your own collection, these apples come together super quickly and easily with continuous rounds of single crochet. So in celebration of this juicy autumn bounty, here is an apple free crochet pattern for you!

Apple Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

Realistic and charming, these crochet apples will make the perfect, vibrant addition to your little one’s toy food collection or to your crochet fruit and veg centerpiece. The pattern includes the method for crocheting the apple in 2 different color ways – solid green or red, and a combo of green & red like a honeycrisp apple. So, pick your favorite and go for it!

If you’re ready to go, you can find the printable 7-page pattern available for free in the Resource Library here!

Apple Crochet Pattern Preview Image

Materials you will need for the Apple Free Crochet Pattern:

Stylecraft Naturals 100% Organic Cotton: (DK/light worsted)
LEAF (green) x1 ball
POPPY (red) – x1 ball
-Brown leftovers (stem)
-Dark green leftovers (leaf)
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– Stuffing (here’s a great chance to use all those tiny yarn snippets you’ve been saving for stuffing!)

Crochet Apples Image Box

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:

  • st (stitch)
  • sl st (slip stitch)
  • hk (hook)
  • sc (single crochet)
  • hdc (half double crochet)
  • dc (double crochet)
  • inc (increase)
  • dec (decrease)
  • (…) x – repeat instructions within parenthesis indicated number of times
  • […] – number of stitches in row/round

Get the full printable PDF for the apple free crochet pattern here!

Crochet apples in a line green red honeycrisp

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Size & Gauge:

Size: The apple will end up being 2.5″ tall x 3″ wide – a realistic size for an apple.

Gauge: 4”x4” of single crochet = 28 stitches x 30 rows. Ultimately with toys, gauge doesn’t matter. It won’t have to fit someone’s body or a specific space. My patterns will include the size of the finished toy based on the yarn and hook I use. But if you want it smaller or bigger, just use a bigger yarn and hook! Just remember, when crocheting toys, crochet tightly and choose a hook one size smaller than the yarn size recommends in order to avoid holes between each stitch where the stuffing will show through.

Crochet apples green and red

I’d love to see your finished apples! Post pics on instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook. Enjoy!

Love crochet amigurumi? I have more free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in, but there are MANY more in my free crochet pattern library!

Apple Free Crochet Pattern Resource Library Graphic


Crochet Rainbow Carrot Main Image in Burlap Sack

Rainbow Carrot Free Crochet Pattern

Carrots have always been one of my very favorite vegetables. I remember as a small girl, pulling them up out of our garden with my dad, rinsing them in the hose and eating them fresh within minutes of pulling them from the warm earth – long dangly root and all. When it comes to eating vegetables it just doesn’t get much better than that. These days, I absolutely love cooking with rainbow carrots in-particular. Their vibrant and interesting color adds such a special touch to the dinner plate. So in honor of these beautiful market vegetables, here is a rainbow carrot free crochet pattern for you!

Rainbow Carrot Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin Image

Realistic and adorable, these crochet rainbow carrots will make the perfect, vibrant addition to your little one’s toy food collection or to your crochet fruit and veg centerpiece. The pattern includes the method for crocheting the carrots in 2 different sizes. So, if you want to make an entire interactive bunch of carrots, the different sizes will make it more interesting.

If you’re ready to go, you can find the printable pattern available for free in the Resource Library here!

Rainbow Carrot Crochet Pattern Preview Photo

Materials you will need for the Rainbow Carrot Free Crochet Pattern:

Stylecraft Naturals 100% Organic Cotton: (DK/light worsted)
JADE (large carrot stems) x1 ball
SEAGREEN (small carrot stems) – x1 ball
BUTTERMILK (carrot) – x1 ball
BLUE DUSK (carrot) – x1 ball
CARROT (carrot) – x1 ball
BONE (lateral root scars) x1 (or any leftover yarn you have in a cream-ish color)
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– Stuffing (here’s a great chance to use all those tiny yarn snippets you’ve been saving for stuffing!)

Crochet Carrots Small and Large

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:

  • st (stitch)
  • sl st (slip stitch)
  • hk (hook)
  • sc (single crochet)
  • inc (increase)
  • dec (decrease)
  • (…) x – repeat instructions within parenthesis indicated number of times
  • […] – number of stitches in row/round

Get the full printable PDF for the Rainbow Carrots free crochet pattern here!

Market Vegetable Carrot Bunch Crochet

This post contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you. If you purchase materials through these links I earn a small commission which helps support my small business and allows me to continue to create free patterns for you! So, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support!

I’d love to see your finished rainbow carrots! Post pics on instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook. Enjoy!

Love crochet amigurumi? I have more free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in, but there are MANY more in my free crochet pattern library!

Rainbow Carrot Crochet Resource Library Graphic


Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern Image of all 3 sizes

Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern

I have a love/hate relationship with broccoli. I LOVE to eat it, and fortunately, my husband and my son do too. Give it to me raw with a bit of ranch or hummus, steamed with butter and salt, cooked into a casserole, as a pasta topping, as a salad with a creamy or vinaigrette dressing, grated, stir fried, in soup, in your eggs. The ways to eat it are endless and it makes an appearance once a week on our dinner table in some way, shape or form. So, when Benjamin requested broccoli to be added to his crochet toys, I was surprised that I hadn’t made a stalk for him yet! So finally, here it is… for him and for you…a broccoli free crochet pattern!

Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

Realistic and charming, these crochet broccoli bits will make the perfect, colorful addition to your little one’s toy food collection or do your crochet fruit and veg centerpiece. The pattern includes the method of crocheting the broccoli 3 different ways: the large stalk, large floret with stems and small floret. The printable pattern is available for free in the Resource Library here!

Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern Preview Image

Materials you will need for the Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern:

Schachenmayr 100% Organic Cotton: Sea Green x1 (DK/light worsted)
Stylecraft Naturals 100% Organic Cotton: Artichoke – x1 (DK/light worsted)
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– Stuffing (here’s a great chance to use all those tiny yarn snippets you’ve been saving for stuffing!)

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:

  • st (stitch)
  • sc (single crochet)
  • dc (double crochet)
  • hdc (half double crochet)
  • TcBo (triple crochet bobble)
  • BLO (back loop only)
  • FLO (front loop only)
  • inc (increase)
  • dec (decrease)
  • sl st (slip stitch)

Get the full printable pattern for the Broccoli here!

Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern Image Large Stalk

This post contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you. If you purchase materials through these links I earn a small commission which helps support my small business and allows me to continue to create free patterns for you! So, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support!

I’d love to see your finished broccoli bits! Post pics on instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook. Enjoy!

Love crochet amigurumi? I have more free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in, but there are MANY more in my free crochet pattern library!

Broccoli Free Crochet Pattern Resource Library Graphic


Lemon Free Crochet Pattern Main Image Whole Set

Lemon Free Crochet Pattern – Whole, Wedge & Slice

The number of quotes involving suggestions on what to do with lemons when life gives them to you are innumerable. But here are my two favorites: “when life gives you lemons, freeze them and throw them as hard as you can at the people making your life difficult”, and “when life gives you lemons, grab tequila and salt.” Well, I’m going to add one for us hookers: When life gives you lemons, make a crochet pattern that looks like them. So here it is for you, a lemon free crochet pattern which can be downloaded for printing here.

Lemon Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

The lemon pattern includes the method for crocheting a lemon in 3 different conditions: whole, wedge and slice. Pick one or make them all, it’s up to you! The printable pattern is available for free in the Resource Library here!

Lemon Crochet Pattern Preview Image

There’s no doubt that if it were a competition, limes would win out as my all-time favorite citrus. I love lime everything…especially when it involves said tequila (or gin). But coming in a close second, is the almighty lemon. Mediterranean meals dominate my dinnertime cooking, so there is at least one lemon in my fridge at all times. Like 100% of the time. I prefer Meyer lemons but they only show up in stores seasonally around here, so the standard lemon is always a go-to.

But let’s get to crocheting these lemon bits!

Lemon Free Crochet Pattern Image 1 close up lemon slices

Materials you will need for the Lemon Free Crochet Pattern:

Stylecraft Naturals Organic Cotton | DK/light worsted weight yarn | 100% organic cotton
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– Stuffing (here’s a great chance to use all those tiny yarn snippets you’ve been saving for stuffing!)

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:


ch (chain)
st (stitch)
hk (hook)
sl st (slip stitch)
sc (single crochet)
inc (increase)
dec (decrease)
(…)x (repeat instructions indicated number of times)
[…] total number of stitches in round

Get the full printable pattern for the Lemon here!

Lemon Free Crochet Pattern Image only whole lemon
Lemon Free Crochet Pattern Image Only lemon slices
Lemon Free Crochet Pattern Image Only lemon wedges
Lemon Pattern Resource Library Graphic

This post contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you. If you purchase materials through these links I earn a small commission which helps support my small business and allows me to continue to create free patterns for you! So, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support!

I’d love to see your finished lemons! Post pics on instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook. Enjoy!

Love crochet amigurumi? I have more free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in, but there are MANY more in my free crochet pattern library!

Berry Patch Bundle Free Crochet Pattern Strawberry Raspberry Blackberry Blueberry

The Berry Patch – Crochet Berries Free Pattern Bundle

Among the many things that kids have 100% right: an obsession with fresh berries. After all, happiness is a bowl of fresh berries. Among them, raspberries are my personal favorite, but somedays I crave a sweet juice strawberry. And fresh blueberries sprinkled over homemade granola make their way to our breakfast table several times a week in the summer. So in honor of these special juicy bits, I’ve created The Berry Patch – Crochet Berries Free Pattern Bundle which you can find in the Resource Library here.

Berry Patch Bundle Free Crochet Pattern Strawberry Raspberry Blackberry Blueberry

The bundle includes patterns for strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries. The special thing about this pattern is that I provide the method for crocheting the raspberries and blackberries in 3 different ways: the berries picked off the bush without the stem, the berries with the stem attached, and clusters of 3 berries still on the stem with leaves. Pick one or make them all, it’s up to you! The printable pattern for this pattern is available to download and print to be yours forever.

Berry Patch Bundle Free Crochet Pattern Strawberry Raspberry Blackberry Blueberry

No store-bought berry can complete with one that comes right from the home garden. And part of the home-grown experience of course, is the picking of the fruit.  I love the moments spent in the raspberry patch, normally occurring in the early evening – warm, quiet and peaceful. I chat with the other critters who also love my patch – spiders, flies, ants, and birds.  They scurry around as I gather the berries into my colander. Nowadays, my precious son joins me as we embark on the treasure hunt for the perfect dark red raspberry.

Beneath the raspberries grow our strawberries. Somehow they ended up there and they come back happily year after year.

Berry Patch Bundle Free Crochet Pattern Strawberry

Materials you will need for the Berry Patch – Crochet Berries Free Pattern Bundle:

Stylecraft Naturals Organic Cotton | DK/light worsted weight yarn | 100% organic cotton
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– Stuffing (here’s a great chance to use all those tiny yarn snippets you’ve been saving for stuffing!)

Skills & Pattern Abbreviations:


ch (chain)
st (stitch)
hk (hook)
sl st (slip stitch)
sc (single crochet)
hdc (half double crochet)
dc (double crochet)
tc (treble crochet)
inc (increase)
dec (decrease)
(…)x (repeat instructions indicated number of times)
[…] total number of stitches in round

Get the free printable pattern for the berry bundle here!

Berry Patch Bundle Free Crochet Pattern Strawberry Raspberry Blackberry Blueberry
Raspberry and Blackberry Free Crochet Pattern Image 4
Berry Patch Bundle Free Crochet Pattern Strawberry Raspberry Blackberry Blueberry
Berry Patch Bundle Free Crochet Pattern Strawberry Raspberry Blackberry Blueberry

This post contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you. If you purchase materials through these links I earn a small commission which helps support my small business and allows me to continue to create free patterns for you! So, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support!

I’d love to see your finished berries! Post pics on instagram and tag me @offthebeatenhook. Enjoy!

Love crochet amigurumi? I have more animal and free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in:

Raspberry and Blackberry Free Crochet Pattern Image 1

Raspberry & Blackberry Free Crochet Pattern

Rasp-ber-ry (noun): An edible soft fruit consisting of a cluster of reddish-pink drupelets. (aka: the best fruit ever.) Raspberry & blackberry free crochet pattern (noun): a free crochet pattern of said clustered, delicious fruit.

The best part of July is when my raspberries come on. I LOVE raspberries. Everything about them. I love their shockingly bright purply red blush, their pungent, tangy-sweet perfume, their fragile, delicate skin; and I especially love the juicy berry explosion that takes place in my mouth when I eat them straight off the cane after being warmed by the sun all day.

My salivary glands are active even now as I type.

I’m talking of home-grown raspberries of course.  I have yet to have such an invigorating encounter with a raspberry purchased from a “big-box” grocer.  I will not lose hope, however, due to the unfortunately short harvest season of this most delectable fruit.

Raspberry Blackberry Free Crochet Pattern Preview Image

Part of the home-grown experience of course, is the picking of the fruit.  I love the moments spent in the raspberry patch, normally occurring in the early evening – warm, quiet and peaceful. I chat with the other critters who also love my patch – spiders, flies, ants, and birds.  They scurry around as I gather the berries into my colander. Nowadays, my precious son joins me as we embark on the treasure hunt for the perfect dark red raspberry.

So, in celebration of the best part of July, I give you my raspberry & blackberry free crochet pattern. You can find the ad-free, printable pattern in the resource library here.

Raspberry & Blackberry Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

Materials you will need:


– DK/light worsted weight yarn / 100% recycled cotton
Hoooked Cotton DK: VALENCIA PINK
HOOKED Cotton DK: SINGAPORE GREEN
100% Organic or Recycled Cotton: DARK PURPLE
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
– Stuffing

Skills/Pattern Abbreviations:


ch (chain)
st (stitch)
hk (hook)
sl st (slip stitch)
sc (single crochet)
hdc (half double crochet)
dc (double crochet)
tc (treble crochet)
inc (increase)
dec (decrease)
(…)x (repeat instructions indicated number of times)
[…] total number of stitches in round

You’ll have to forgive me because although this pattern is also for blackberries I do not have the same affection for them. They are here by default. Sorry blackberry.

The special thing about this pattern is that I provide the method for crocheting the berries in 3 different ways: the drupelet without the stem (as if picked straight off the bush), the drupelet with the stem attached, and clusters of 3 berries still on the stem with leaves. Pick one or make them all, it’s up t you! The raspberry and blackberry free crochet pattern download is yours now and forever.

Raspberry and Blackberry Free Crochet Pattern Image 3
Raspberry and Blackberry Free Crochet Pattern Image 4
Raspberry and Blackberry Free Crochet Pattern Image 5
Raspberry Blackberry Free Crochet Pattern Resource Library Graphic

This post contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you. If you purchase materials through these links I earn a small commission which helps support my small business and allows me to continue to create free patterns for you! So, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support!

Love crochet amigurumi? I have more animal and free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in: