Mushrooms Set Free Crochet Pattern

Updated: Sep 28



Fall is literally around the corner and I can't wait to make my house ready for the new season! I've created many cute decors over the years, but when the Fall approaches, I'm always in the mood to add new pieces to my collection!


What about working on a new Fall-inspired crochet project today?


I designed for you a set of 5 cute little mushrooms that you can use as mini garland and wreath attachments, or simply as play food for your kids!

 


***You can purchase a downloadable AD-FREE PDF of the pattern with more than 40 step-by-step pictures on Etsy HERE.


10 pages of detailed instructions to guide you through the making process!



 

For this project I used the gorgeous LOOP'NCRAFT Mercerized Cotton - made of 100% recycle ♻️ cotton yarn!!


Mercerized Cotton Yarn is produced from high quality 100% combed, gassed and mercerized cotton. This light weight yarn is perfect for summery garments, airy accessories and especially for amigurumi projects!

Thanks to the extremely soft to the touch and shiny cotton, the stitches look nice and neat and well defined.

Make sure to check out their website and their Instagram account (@loopncraftyarn) and discover all the yarn options!

 


Here's the FREE pattern!


YARN: light yarn (3) in ecru, beige, brown, white, red, bronze, yellow MATERIALS: 2.25 mm crochet hook; polyester fiber fill; yarn needle

DIMENSION:

# 1 - 2.5” x 2 (6 x 4.5 cm)

# 1 - 1” 6/8 x 2 (4.2 x 4.5 cm)

# 3 - 3” x 1” 5/8 (7.5 x 4 cm)

# 4 - 2.5” x 2” 2/8 (6 x 5.5 cm)

# 5 - 3” x 2” 2/8 (7.5 x 5.5 cm)

ABBREVIATIONS: magic ring (mr), stitch (st), slip stitch (sl st), single crochet (sc), double crochet (hdc), front loop only (FLO), back loop only (BLO), fasten off (F/O)

SKILL LEVEL: beginner




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Mushroom # 1 (ecru, beige, and brown)


Rnd 1: starting off with ecru yarn – 6 sc in a mr (6)

Rnd 2: sc inc around (12)

Rnd 3: (1 sc, 1 sc inc) rep around (18)

Rnds 4 - 7: sc even (18)

Rnd 8: (7 sc, 1 sc dec) rep twice (16)

Rnd 9: (6 sc, 1 sc dec) rep twice (14); start stuffing

Rnd 10: switch to beige yarn, working in FLO, sc inc around (28)

Rnd 11: (3 sc, 1 sc inc) rep around (35)


Rnd 12: switch to brown yarn, working in FLO, sc even (35)

Rnd 13: working in BLO, sc even (35)

Rnd 14 - 15: working in both loops now, sc even (35)

Rnd 16: (3 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (28)

Rnd 17: (2 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (21)

Rnd 18: (1 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (14); finish stuffing

Rnd 19: sc dec around (7); F/O, close the hole and wave in end



Mushroom # 2 (ecru, red, and white )


Rnd 1: starting off with ecru yarn – 8 sc in a mr (8)

Rnd 2: sc inc around (16)

Rnd 3: (1 sc, 1 sc inc) rep around (24)

Rnds 4 - 7: sc even (24)

Rnd 8: switch to red yarn, working in FLO, (2 sc, 1 sc inc) rep around (32)

Rnd 9: (3 sc, 1 sc inc) rep around (40)

Rnd 10: (3 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (32)

Rnd 11: (2 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (24)



Rnd 12: (1 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (16); stuff the mushroom

Rnd 13: sc dec around (8); F/O, close the hole and wave in end

Embroider little marks on the red section of the mushroom with white yarn and the yarn needle.



Mushroom # 3 (ecru and bronze)


Rnd 1: starting with ecru yarn - 8 sc in a mr (8)

Rnd 2: sc inc around (16)

Rnd 3: working in BLO, sc even (16)

Rnds 4 - 6: sc even (16)

Rnd 7: switch to bronze yarn, working in FLO, (3 sc, 1 sc inc) rep around (24)

Rnds 8 - 16: sc even (24)

Rnd 17: (2 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (18)

Rnd 18: sc even (18)



Rnd 19: (1 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (12); start stuffing

Rnd 20: sc even (12)

Rnd 21: (4 sc, 1 sc dec) rep twice (10); finish stuffing

Rnd 22: (3 sc, 1 sc dec) rep twice (8); F/O, close the hole and wave in end



Mushroom # 4 (yellow)


Rnd 1: 6 sc in a mr (6)

Rnd 2: (2 sc, 1 sc inc) rep twice (8)

Rnds 3 - 4: sc even (8)

Rnd 5: (3 sc, 1 sc inc) rep twice (10)

Rnds 6 - 8: sc even (10)

Rnd 9: (4 sc, 1 sc inc) rep twice (12)

Rnd 10: sc even (12)

Rnd 11: (5 sc, 1 sc inc) rep twice (14)

Rnd 12: (6 sc, 1 sc inc) rep twice (16); stuff the mushroom



Rnd 13: working in BLO, sc dec around (8); F/O, close the hole and wave in end

Rnd 15: insert the hook into the FLO on any one st of rnd # 13, work 3 sc in each st around (48)

Rnds 16 - 17: sc even (48); F/O, cut and hide the yarn



Mushroom # 5 (white, beige, and bronze)


Rnd 1: starting off with white yarn – 8 sc in a mr (8)

Rnd 2: sc inc around (16)

Rnds 3 - 5: sc even (16)

Rnd 6: (2 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (12)

Rnd 7: (4 sc, 1 sc dec) rep twice (10)

Rnds 8 - 9: sc even (10)

Rnd 10: switch to beige yarn – dc even (10)

Rnd 11: (4 sc, 1 sc inc) rep twice (12); stuff the mushroom


Rnd 12: working in BLO – sc dec around (6); F/O, close the hole and wave in end

Rnd 13: holding the mushroom upside down, working with bronze yarn, insert the hook into the BLO on any one st of rnd # 11, work 2 sc in each st around (24)

Rnd 14: sc even (24)

Rnd 15: (1 sc, 1 sc inc) rep around (36)

Rnd 16: (2 sc, 1 sc inc) rep around (48)

Rnd 17: sl st even (48)

Rnd 18: working in the BLO of rnd #16 – sc even (48)

Rnd 19: sc even (48)

Rnd 20: (6 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (42)

Rnd 21: (5 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (36)

Rnd 22: (4 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (30)

Rnd 23: (3 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (24); stuff the mushroom

Rnd 24: (1 sc, 1 sc dec) rep around (16)

Rnd 25: sc dec around (8); F/O, close the hole and wave in end.




I can't wait to see your version of my AMIGURUMI MUSHROOMS SET! Feel free to tag me (@elisascrochet) in your photos on Instagram or Facebook if you'd like!


Elisa

 

This pattern is an original pattern by Elisa Sartori of Elisa's Crochet.  Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but please DO NOT sell the pattern or distribute it.

You may sell products made from this pattern but please clearly credit the design to me, Elisa Sartori of Elisa's Crochet. Permission is NOT granted for mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind. Thank you!

 




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