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.

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 The Berry Patch – Crochet Berries Free Pattern Bundle is available in the Resource Library.

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
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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:

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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.

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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:

Leaf Lettuce Free Crochet Pattern Image 2

Leaf Lettuce Free Crochet Pattern

I eat lettuce like a rabbit – plain and fresh. I love the crunch, the water content, the simplicity. If any kind of dressing is necessary, give me a few drops of oil and vinegar and voila. Romaine, iceberg, green leaf, red leaf, bib, boston, you name it. Salad. Every. Day. But out of all the delicious options, I landed on this leaf lettuce free crochet pattern which can, of course, be made for green leaf lettuce or red leaf lettuce, or both!

The pattern comes together super fast (like only 6 rows fast) and is a perfect addition to your kids play food collection or crochet fruit and veg table display or decoration. So, get to it!

Simply click on the pattern photo below to be taken to the Resource Library where you can download the leaf lettuce free crochet pattern!

Leaf Lettuce Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

Materials you will need:


– DK/light worsted weight yarn / 100% cotton
Rowan Handknit Cotton: BLEACHED
Rowan Handknit Cotton: GOOSBERRY
Rowan Handknit Cotton: RASPBERRY
3.00 mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers (optional)

Skills/Pattern Abbreviations:


ch (chain)
st (stitch)
sc (single crochet)
hdc (half double crochet)
dc (double crochet)
(…)x (repeat instructions indicated number of times)
[…] total number of stitches in round

Let me know if you have any questions or need help in any way!

Leaf Lettuce Free Crochet Pattern PDF Page 1 Image
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Leaf lettuce free crochet pattern blog image 10

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:

Crochet Artichoke Post Featured Image

Artichoke Free Crochet Pattern

I had a mom-fail moment the other day. It wasn’t like a MOM GUILT producing fail, but it was a fail. I was designing and making this artichoke free crochet pattern and I held it up for my son to approve of and he looked at it questioningly. I said, “This is an artichoke!” He replied, “I don’t know what that one tastes like.”

Sh*t.

Artichokes are my mom’s FAVORITE. We had them so often growing up that I was able to perfectly steam an artichoke by the time I was 8 years old. Seriously, they were on a weekly rotation – paired with some perfectly gar-licked melted butter or dipped in some creamy mayo if that’s what sounded good.

And my little guy doesn’t know what an artichoke tastes like? Not just the taste, but the entire artichoke EXPERIENCE! The anticipation of it steaming which takes FOREVER. The pulling and scraping of the leaves – watching them pile up in the communal bowl at the center of the family table. And then, as you reach the center… the dilemma of “how many of the tiny fine leaves can I grab at once without breaching the hairy center?” Finally, the heart. The reward of reaching the artichoke’s heart where you get to graduate from the tiny scrapes of flesh behind your upper teeth to taking a legitimate FORK-FULL of the soft, creamy heart. I actually felt sad that I have deprived him of this extraordinary vegetable experience. I will be rectifying this fail within the week. Okie dokie artichokie?

For this free & easy artichoke crochet pattern, you will need the following materials, tools and skills:

Materials & Tools

Stitches & Abbreviations

  • st (stitch)
  • ch (chain)
  • sc (single crochet)
  • BLO (back loop only)
  • inc (increase)
  • dec (decrease)
  • sl st (slip stitch)

Click on the photo below to be taken to the Resource Library where you can download the artichoke crochet pattern for free!

And if you’re looking for some more crochet-food-love, check out some of my other FREE fun food patterns:

Artichoke Crochet Pattern In Post PDF Image Sneak Peek

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Milk Carton Pattern Featured Image

Milk Carton Free Crochet Pattern

Got Milk? Or, I should say, “Got a milk carton free crochet pattern?” Sorry, that was a stretch. But I do think this is a pretty adorable little crochet milk carton that will be a great addition to your kids toy food collection. The finished toy is about the size of the little milk cartons they give out at school.

Oh my gosh, flashback to “hot lunch”… I was ALWAYS jealous of the kids that got to buy hot lunch every day. My sister and I always had to make our lunch for school and once in a while, as a special treat, we were sent to school with some lunch money to buy lunch. Now, looking back, I’m like, “REALLY?” Why would I have been so excited about processed/fake fish sticks and stale tater tots? Gross. I have NO IDEA why I was so jealous of the kids that got to eat those delicious pretend-food meals everyday. So, I guess it’s time for me to say it:

Thank you, mom.

My kids aren’t school-aged yet, so I don’t know if hot lunch has improved, but there has been A LOT of progress towards the recognition of teaching our kids healthy eating habits, so I sure hope so!

Okay, back to the crochet milk carton pattern… simply click on the pattern photo below to be taken to the Resource Library where you can download the milk carton crochet pattern for free!

Milk Carton Crochet Pattern Page 1 Image

Materials you will need:


– DK/light worsted weight yarn / 100% cotton
Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK: Paper White
Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK: Royal Blue
Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK: Pure Black
3.00 mm crochet hook
Stuffing
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers
-Optional: scrap cardboard bits (to create more rigid sides)

Skills you will need:


magic circle
st (stitch)
sc (single crochet)
inc (increase: 2 single crochets in one stitch)
BLO (back loops only)
(…)x (repeat instructions indicated number of times)
[…] total number of stitches in round

Milk Carton Crochet Pattern Image 9
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Milk Carton Crochet Pattern Image 2

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

Pineapple Free Crochet Pattern Image 1

Pineapple Free Crochet Pattern

A pineapple is a berry. No joke. It’s not a pine, it’s not an apple. It’s a berry. And the pineapple plant can live and produce for up to 50 years – producing only ONE pineapple per season. Now, how can you read that and not have a new appreciation for pineapples? Seriously. I’ve lived in Costa Rica, which is where almost 50% of all pineapples are grown, so I know these things. I also know that eating a freshly grown pineapple at the source of where it’s grown is a revolutionary pineapple experience. I just think pineapples are one of THE MOST delicious fruits, as long as it is good and ripe and ready! Cheers to the pineapple! And cheers to this pineapple free crochet pattern!

The free printable pattern can be found right here in the resource library.

Pineapple Free Crochet Pattern Pinterest Pin

Materials you will need:


– DK/light worsted weight yarn / 100% cotton
Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK: Daffodil Yellow
Green
Taupe
3.00 mm crochet hook
Stuffing
– Tapestry needle
Scissors
– Stitch markers

Skills you will need:


ch (chain)
st (stitch)
sc (single crochet)
hdc (half double crochet)
dc (double crochet)
inc (increase: 2 single crochets in one stitch)
dec (decrease: 2 stitches together)
BLO (back loops only)
sl st (slip stitch)
(…)x (repeat instructions indicated number of times)
[…] total number of stitches in round

Pineapple Free Crochet Pattern Image 2
Pineapple Crochet Pattern In Post Graphic
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Love crochet amigurumi? I have more animal and free food toy patterns! Here’s a couple you might be interested in: