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5 Free Knitted Fruit & Vegetable Patterns

Updated: Jun 21, 2022

knitted fruit and vegetable patterns

Since the warmer months are now approaching, many of us knitters/crocheters don’t really want to be making sweaters and hats yet (that’s more of a job for July – in my case at least, since it takes me six months to finish a sweater!). So what shall we occupy our idle hands with? Why not try your hand at knitting some cute fruits and vegetables! They’re perfect for little ones or for simply decorating your own house.

Without further ado, here is a list of five fun (FREE!) knitting patterns of fruits and vegetables to create your own set. After all, five a day keeps the doctor away! Simply click on the title of each design to view the pattern:

1. Knitted Avocado by Amanda Berry

The first fruity pattern is of the cutest avocado you’ll ever see! The avocado has two halves: one hollow and one with the pit – isn’t that adorable! To make this you’ll only need to know basic knitting stitches, such as knit and purl, decrease and increase. The pattern is also knit flat, so no need to knit in the round!

knitted avocado pattern

Here are the supplies you’ll need:

2. Spring Onion by Amanda Berry

This next pattern of a spring onion is too cute not to make! Requiring the same techniques as the previous pattern, this is also beginner-friendly.

knitted spring onion pattern

Here are the supplies you’ll need:

3. Corn on the Cob by Amanda Berry

Are you a lover of sweetcorn? If so, this next pattern is for you! Using the basic techniques of the last two patterns, this sweetcorn pattern is easy to make and the perfect addition to a toy box!

knitted corn on the cob pattern

Here are the supplies you’ll need:

4. Knitted Peas in a Pod by Amanda Berry

This next pattern is perfect for using up any yarn leftover from the previous patterns. This pea pod pattern is perfect for beginners and once you see how easy and fun they are to make, you’ll want to make more!

knitted pea pod pattern

Here are the supplies you’ll need:

5. Beetroot by Amanda Berry

Last, but certainly not least, is this beetroot pattern. Using the same techniques as previous patterns, this adorable little beetroot will add a pop of colour to your vegetable collection!

knitted beetroot pattern

Here are the supplies you’ll need:

For more patterns check out @Amanda Berry on Ravelry! She’s got a variety of different fruit and vegetable patterns to make and they are all so adorable!

For more supplies, visit our Knitting and Yarn Shops. Be sure to tag us on Instagram @craftyllamauk!

Have fun, and happy knitting!

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