Pineapple Crochet Pattern
This crochet pineapple is a quick, beginner friendly pattern, that uses minimal supplies! This pattern is available for FREE on my blog or you can follow along with the video tutorial on my YouTube Channel! You can also find a printable, PDF version in my Etsy Shop!
This pineapple is the 20th pattern for the Pregnancy Progress Project! A pineapple is approximately the same size as a baby at 33 weeks of pregnancy! Not only is this a cute addition for tracking your pregnancy, it would also make an adorable toy for your kids or pets!
● The main body is joined at the end of each round with a SL ST. The CH 1 or 2 at the beginning of each round does not count as a ST. The leaves are not joined at the end of each round. Work the first ST into the 1st ST of the previous round. Use a stitch marker to keep proper count.
● For rounds 10-23 of the main body, you will make shell stitches by working multiple (3-5) DC’s into one ST.
Example: SK 2, DC x5, SK 2 – the DC x5 will all be worked into the same ST.
● Repeat instructions given between asterisks (*) until the end of each round.
● The number in parenthesis at the end of each round states the total number of stitches for that round
● Final size is approximately 10” tall.
● Medium (4) Weight Yarn in Yellow & Green
● Hook: 4.00 mm (G)
● Polyester Fiber Fill for stuffing
● 2 10 mm Safety Eyes (optional)
● Black embroidery or crochet thread for mouth (optional)
● Yarn Needle
● Stitch Marker
Abbreviations/Stitches (US Terms)
ST – Stitch
SL ST – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
SK – Skip Stitch
SC – Single Crochet
SC2TOG – Single Crochet Two Together
DC – Double Crochet
Main Body (with Yellow)
Magic Circle, CH 1
Round 1: SC x6 inside circle. Join & CH 1 (6)
Round 2: 2 SC in each ST around. Join & CH 1 (12)
Round 3: *SC in 1st ST, 2 SC in next* Join & CH 1 (18)
Round 4: *SC in 1st 2 STs, 2 SC in next* Join & CH 1 (24)
Round 5: *SC in 1st 3 STs, 2 SC in next* Join & CH 1 (30)
Round 6: *SC in 1st 4 STs, 2 SC in next* Join & CH 1 (36)
Round 7: *SC in 1st 5 STs, 2 SC in next* Join & CH 1 (42)
Round 8: *SC in 1st 6 STs, 2 SC in next* Join & CH 1 (48)
Round 9: *SC in 1st 7 STs, 2 SC in next* Join & CH 1 (54)
Round 10: SC in 1st ST, *SK 2, DC x5, SK 2, SC* repeat until 2 STs remain. SK last 2 STs and SL ST to the 1st SC of the round. CH 2 (54)
Round 11: DC x3 in 1st ST, SK 2, SC, *SK 2, DC x5, SK 2, SC* repeat until 2 STs remain. SK last 2 STs and work 2 DC into the same ST as the DC x3 from the beginning of the round. SL ST to the top of the 1st DC of the round. CH 1 (54)
Rounds 12-21: Repeat rounds 10 & 11
Place eyes between rounds 13 & 14. Using crochet thread, make a ‘V’ shape for the smile.
Round 22: *SC, SK 2, DC x4, SK 2* repeat until 2 STs remain. SK last 2 STs and SL ST to the 1st SC of the round. CH 2 (45)
Round 23: DC x2, SK 1, SC, *SK 2, DC x3, SK 1, SC* repeat until 2 STs remain. SK last 2 STs and work 1 DC in same ST as the 1st DC x2 of the round. SL ST to the top of the 1st DC of the round. CH 1 (36)
Round 24: *SC in 1st 4 STs, SC2TOG*Join & CH 1 (30)
Round 25: *SC in 1st 3 STs, SC2TOG* Join & CH 1 (24)
Round 26: *SC in 1st 2 STs, SC2TOG* Join & CH 1 (18)
Stuff with fiber fill
Round 27: *SC in 1st ST, SC2TOG* Join & CH 1 (12)
Round 28: SC2TOG x 6 (6)
SL ST to 1st SC, CH 1, and tie off yarn leaving a 6” tail. Weave tail end through last 6 STs, pull tight, and secure with a few knots.
Leaves (Green) – Make 4
Magic Circle, CH 1
Round 1: SC x6 inside the circle (6)
Round 2: SC in each ST around (6)
Round 3: 2SC in each ST around (12)
Round 4: SC in each ST around (12)
Repeat round 4 until desired length is reached. I made 2 leaves that went to round 10 and 2 that went to round 14.
Sew leaves to the top of the main body. I placed the 2 taller leaves in the center, then the 2 shorter ones on either side.
And you are all done! I hope you enjoyed the pattern for this crochet pineapple! Be sure to show off your finished fruit on Instagram and don’t forget to tag me!
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