It’s been a funny old year, hasn’t it (and it’s not nearly over either)! I haven’t been able to keep to my original plans for publishing patterns over the last several months, but I’m hoping to get back to designing and publishing more now, starting with this decorative gourd crochet pattern, the next in my pumpkin and gourd series.
The new addition to the range is the Bi-colourd Pear Gourd #2 – sister pattern to Bi-Coloured Pear Gourd #1.
Scroll down for the links to download this pattern.
This gourd features that wondrous sudden colour-change that makes it look as if the base has been dipped in paint. The pattern shows you how to alter the depth of this section to make all your gourds different.
You can have so much fun varying the stripes too.
Using DK (light worsted weight, Category 3) yarn and a 3.5mm (US size E-4) crochet hook this gourd is approximately 10cm long (not counting the stalk).
But you can choose a different weight yarn and appropriate hook to make larger or smaller gourds.
The fully-illustrated pattern are designed to be as easy-to-follow as possible. The pattern includes detailed notes on choosing your yarn and lots of other helpful tips. All my decorative gourd crochet patterns are available in both UK and US terminology.
Don’t forget you can order any of my crochet patterns printed and in a gift folder. These make lovely, easy-to-post gifts for crafty friends.
My pumpkins and gourds are also all available to order readymade by me in natural fibres. Find them in my shop now.
Pumpkin and Gourd Ornaments
Decorative Gourd Crochet Pattern Links
Find this pattern on Etsy, Ravelry or LoveCrafts via the links below:
- Bi Coloured Pear Gourd Crochet Pattern on Ravelry
- Bi-Coloured Pear Gourd Crochet Pattern on LoveCrafts
- Bi-Coloured Pear Gourd Crochet Pattern on Etsy
Don’t forget that if you buy any three of my gourd patterns on Ravelry there is always a 10% discount, and this applies even to previous purchases – gourdilicious!
Click on a link below to see my other pumpkin and gourd patterns on Ravelry, or find Little Conkers patterns on LoveCrafts.