Grab your crochet hook and get ready to make something that's both classic and on-trend with these pineapple crochet patterns. From clothing and accessories to home decor and kitchen items, this tropical fruit is everywhere.
Pineapples have long been a symbol of hospitality, as well as a fun and favorite icon of summer and island paradises. Traditionally, the pineapple crochet stitch is a lacy design that slightly resembles a pineapple. This stitch pattern shows up in lots of doily patterns, and it also takes on a more modern look in colorful shawls, bags, and more.
In this list of pineapple crochet patterns, you'll find a mix of designs that use the classic stitch pattern as well as the more literal variety in fun and new styles.
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Create a Crocheted Stuffed Pineapple
This adorable stuffed pineapple is a realistic design incorporating shell stitches with contrasting edging. The free tutorial recommends filling it with stuffing, but adding some weighted filler in the bottom to keep it upright would also make it into an adorable doorstop.
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Decorate With a Tropical Design
Bring some of the tropics to your walls with this happy piece. Sarah from The Plush Pineapple guest posts at A Crafty Concept to bring you this round wall hanging with a pineapple flair. The crocheted hibiscus and a rainbow of yarn fringe complete the island-style look.
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Keep Your Coffee Cozy in a Pineapple
Pineapples aren't just for cold tropical drinks anymore. Crochet one of these kawaii cup cozies to protect your hands and keep your coffee cup looking cute. The free pattern includes a slide-on version like you see here, as well as a way to make a cozy for a mug with a handle.
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Wrap Yourself in Pineapple Stitches
This color-block shawl uses the traditional pineapple stitch pattern to make a wrap that's a perfect warm-weather accessory. It's part shawl, part cardigan, and all very light and lacy. This is a beautiful piece to wear with jeans or a simple dress. It also works well as a breezy swimsuit cover-up.Continue to 5 of 17 below.
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Protect Your Table With a Pineapple
Cluster stitches create the thick texture of this pineapple hot pad. The clusters work well to form the lines on the outside of a pineapple, but they're also what allows this to protect your table from hot dishes. Of course, with a table pad this cute, you may want to leave it out all the time to bring a smile to your face.
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Carry Cuteness in a Crochet Fruit Purse
Amigurumi is a type of crochet that forms cute stuffed toys. Stephanie from All About Ami uses that same technique in this free pattern for a pineapple purse. Instead of becoming a toy, the top opens so it can carry essentials. With its adorable face, kids will love it, but so will adults who have a playful fashion style.
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Crochet a Pineapple Basket for the Table
Keep fresh fruit handy on the table stored in a fruity crocheted bowl. This free pineapple basket pattern stays stable with rigid sides made possible with a plastic canvas insert. Easily adjust the size of the pattern to your needs.
Pineapple Basket from Moogly
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Transform Pineapple Stitches into Peacock Feathers
Pineapple stitch takes on a different and unique look in the form of peacock feathers for colorful coasters. One pineapple motif and a few border stitches are all you need to whip up each one.Continue to 9 of 17 below.
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Make a Crocheted Pineapple Friend
This pattern from Mysterious Cats uses a different shell stitch pattern to make a fun amigurumi pineapple. It has a cute smiling face and a flouncy textured leafy crown. At just over five inches tall, it's a precious little make that's sure to bring a smile to everyone's face.
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Adorn Your Couch With a Pineapple Pillow
Pineapples aren't just for kitchen decor. Corner-to-corner crochet lets you make this pretty pineapple design on a pillow. Working with a few bold and classic colors, it has a playful and pixelated artistic style.
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Stay Snuggly in a Pineapple Cocoon
After a day of swimming, cut the chill by snuggling up in a pineapple blanket instead of a towel. This cocoon blanket is great for poolside, but it would be just as fun for watching movies on a rainy day while dreaming of sunnier days.
Crochet Pineapple Cocoon Blanket from MJ's Off the Hook Designs
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Draped Pineapple Garland for a Warm Welcome
Add pineapples to your decorating with a crocheted bunting for everyday use or just for celebrations. Each little yellow pineapple shape works up quickly. Attach each to green yarn or twine to combine it all into a garland for a sweet swag for your walls.Continue to 13 of 17 below.
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Crochet a Pineapple Stitch Maxi Skirt
This gorgeous one-of-a-kind skirt prominently features the pineapple stitch. The PDF pattern includes sizes from small to 5 extra-large and uses crochet charts in several sections for a graphic way to see the pattern.
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Turn Your Little One Into a Pineapple
What toddler wouldn't want to stay cuddly while looking like a friendly pineapple? This adorable pattern includes a poncho plus instructions for making a matching stuffed and huggable pineapple pal. Check out Brianna's other poncho designs for even more matching cuteness.
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Tote Your Gear in a Pineapple Bag
This tote holds everything you need, whether you're heading to the market to pick up a pineapple or heading to the beach to lounge around. The bag is an example of the classic pineapple stitch.
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Crochet a Pineapple Top for Summer
This fruity top is a perfect summertime piece for kids. The shell stitch gives the body of the top a delightful texture. To complete the look, the crocodile stitch creates the leaves or crown of the pineapple for a modesty panel.
Pineapple Crochet Top Pattern from Hooked on Homemade HappinessContinue to 17 of 17 below.
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Craft Mini Pineapple Pendants for Jewelry
Crochet tiny pineapples for earrings and a pendant. To make this small but solid pineapple, you'll form rings in two sizes and add some crochet leaf pieces. Next, you layer them together to make a necklace, earrings, or anything on which you want a tiny pineapple. Make these tiny treasures for dollhouse miniatures, too.