This is a free crochet pattern and video tutorial showing for how to crochet a Quick and Easy Curly Vine perfect for all Pumpkin projects!
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I couldn’t make a Pumpkin Wreath without adding a cute little curly vine to go with the leaves! This Quick & Easy Curly Vine is the perfect embellishment for all of your Pumpkin projects!
I’ve used Emma’s Yarn Comfy Cotton DK for my curly vine as I wanted to match it to the Pumpkin Wreath I was making, and this is what I used for one of the Pumpkin Leaves. This is a really lovely, 50/50 blend of cotton and superwash merino wool that is hand dyed at my local yarn shop, Four Purls, in Winter Haven, Florida. It’s soft, squishy and beautiful.
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What Supplies Do I Need to Crochet a Curly Vine?
- 5 Yards of Lightweight Yarn – I used Emma’s Yarn Comfy Cotton DK in the Canopy colorway
- G6/4.25mm Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle
You can use any weight yarn with the respective size crochet hook to get varying size curly vines.
How Long Does it Take to Crochet a Curly Vine?
About 5 minutes.
3 1/2″ Long by 3/4″ Wide
Abbreviation (US Term):
- SC – Single Crochet (Photo Tutorial)
There is not a stitch multiple for this project. You can make this larger or smaller by working more chains, or less chains.
For a tighter curl, work 3 stitches into each stitch.
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Quick & Easy Curly Vine Video Tutorial:
Quick & Easy Curly Vine Written Tutorial:
Chain 31. Work 2 SC into the 2nd chain from the hook, and into each chain all the way across to the end. (60 SC)
If you’re going to be sewing the curly vine onto a project, then fasten off with a long tail end to work with, if not, fasten off with a tail end long enough to comfortably weave in.
Weave in initial tail end as normal.
For the second tail end (if you’re not using it for sewing), I like to work it a special way to help keep the shaping of the v-shape from the last stitch. Insert your needle from the wrong side (or back side) through the chain that is opposite your last stitch. Pull through, and use your fingers to manipulate the fabric so the fabric lays flat, and the strand lays naturally along the top forming a top leg. Insert your needle from the right side (or front) through the last stitch worked, picking up both loops from the v-shape, and pull through. This creates another leg on the bottom that will blend in with the rest of the stitches. Finish by weaving in as normal on the wrong side of the fabric.