Sweet Pineapple – Crochet Ideas and Free Patterns

Pineapples are juicy and fleshy and perfect for summer. Crochet pineapples, on the other hand, are perfect all year round! If you want to quench your thirst, consider these Sweet Pineapple Ideas and crochet patterns! They are cute and definitely multi-use! They range from adorable baby cocoons to practical items such as hot pads and mug cozies. How awesome is that, right? So cool!




Other fruity projects to make are crochet pineapple purses, baskets, and key chains. Green and yellow make a happy combination, and all these projects reflect this. In addition, they brighten up your day while you work your way through these sweet and inspiring patterns. Pineapples represent friendship and hospitality, so you should certainly think about gifting them to your loved ones. Check out these patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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Pineapple Keychain Free Crochet Pattern

This cute pineapple key chain by Spin a Yarn Crochet will be a fun addition to your summer bag or backpack. It will also look lovely as a sunny pendant. The pattern uses a diamond stitch to create a realistic pineapple texture.

Level: intermediate Author: Spin a Yarn Crochet

The original pattern and the photos are on Spin a Yarn Crochet here. More info on Ravelry here.

Amigurumi Pineapple Purse Free Crochet Pattern

The cute pineapple purse features a drawstring closure and fun facial expressions. Shell stitch gives it the nice romantic texture and leaves add a finishing touch. This little purse by Stephanie Jessica Lau will fit your essentials! Such a great gift for girls of all ages!

Level: beginner Author: Stephanie Jessica Lau

The original pattern and the photos are on All About Ami here. More info on Ravelry here.

Crochet Pineapple Pincushion Free Pattern

This sweet little pineapple pincushion will certainly brighten up your craft room. The Crafty Cats really thought this one through! You will never lose a single pin or needle again, without a doubt! Keep them tidy and at hand. It’s easy!

Level: beginner Author: The Crafty Cats

The original pattern and the photos are on The Crafty Cats here. More info on Ravelry here.

Pineapple Baby Cocoon And Hat Crochet Pattern

The gorgeous newborn cocoon and hat will be a perfect photoshoot prop. As well as a stylish way to keep your baby nice and warm! This paid pattern by Kayli Fuller will teach you the crocodile stitch that creates an unusually realistic texture.

Level: upper beginner  Author: Kayli Fuller

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here

Pineapple Cup and Mug Cozies Free Crochet Pattern

Keep your hot drinks nice and warm with these cute smiling crochet pineapple cozies by Jennifer Q. They are quick and so simple to make! The cozies will make a lovely little gift for your office friends too, undoubtedly.

Level: beginner Author: Jennifer Q

The original pattern and the photos are on Jennifer Q here. More info on Ravelry here.

Pineapple Coin Purse Free Crochet Pattern

There is nothing better than creating fruity accessories for summer! And this coin purse is no exception, evidently! The vivid colors and lovely texture are easy to achieve and certainly a delight to make. We are happy to work on patterns by Happy in Red!

Level: beginner Author: Happy in Red

The original pattern and the photos are on Happy in Red here. More info on Ravelry here.

Happy Pineapple Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

This paid pattern will let you create a fun, adorable pineapple amigurumi. It makes a super cute decoration as well as a fun toy for children. The tiny flower applique, rosy cheeks, and happy face complete this cheerful design by Jennifer Santos.

Level: beginner Author: Jennifer Santos

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here

Pineapple Hot Pad Free Crochet Pattern

This crochet pineapple hot pad will surely be a practical addition to your kitchen or dining table. The cluster stitches create a thick texture leaving all your surfaces clean and unmarked. Kara Gunza is a genius, evidently!

Level: upper beginner Author: Kara Gunza

The original pattern and the photos are on Petals to Picots here. More info on Ravelry here.

Pineapple Basket Free Crochet Pattern

Why don’t you make this sunny pineapple basket to display your fruits and encourage your kids to grab one? It`s pretty simple to crochet, although in order to keep the sides sturdy, you may want to insert mesh plastic canvas. Tamara Kelly will guide you!

Level: upper beginner Author: Tamara Kelly

The original pattern and the photos are on Moogly Blog here. More info on Ravelry here.

Pineapple Drawstring Party Favor Pouch Free Crochet Pattern

This cute little pouch with a drawstring is so quick and easy to crochet. You can use this pattern for various purposes such as party gift bags filled with treats or tiny handbags. Sweet Softies always inspires us to create magic!

Level: beginner Author: Sweet Softies

The original pattern and the photos are on Sweet Softies here. More info on Ravelry here.

Pretty Pineapple Purse Free Crochet Pattern

Do you adore original accessories as much as we do? We hope so! Isn’t this crochet bag simply fabulous? The colors take our breath away and make us feel like it is summer already. Grab the hook ASAP!

Level: intermediate Author: Karen Lucas

The original pattern is on Get Hooked Up Crochet here. The photo is on Instagram here.

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Ananas Lovey Free Crochet Pattern

This stitch is absolutely out of this world! Perfect not only for loveys, without a doubt. If you like original crochet techniques, you should certainly add it to your repertoire. You will never stop using it for fabulous projects, trust us!

Level: upper beginner Author: Allie Wasserman

The original pattern and the photos are on Stuck on You Crochet here. More info on Ravelry here.

 

 

 

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