Making a Crochet Pear

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September 11, 2014

hand holding crochet pearNo chemicals here, this is a genuine, all natural, organic pear! Please don't eat it though.:) I would suggest using it as an applique', tying with ribbon to a gift, adhering it to the front of a homemade card, cutting out card stock and gluing it to the back with a magnet for your fridge. The possibilities are endless. Just make one though, they're so quick and fun!


Total Time: less than 5 minutes

Yield: as many as you like!:)

Source: self


  • "I" crochet hook
  • tiny amount of green and brown yarn
  • scissors
  • embroidery needle for weaving in ends


  1. With a slip knot on your hook, chain 8.
  2. chain
  3. Single crochet in the second chain from your hook and in next two chains. Half double crochet in next chain, double crochet in next chain, treble crochet in next chain, 6 treble crochet in last chain.
  4. first side done
  5. Rotate your work so that you are now able to make stitches in the opposite side of your chain. You will make a treble crochet in the next chain as marked by the needle.
  6. needle marking beginning chain

  7. Double crochet in the next chain, half double crochet in the next chain, single crochet in the next two chains, join with a slip stitch in the first single crochet as marked by the needle.
  8. finishing second half of pear
  9. Fasten off your green yarn. Attach your brown yarn with a slip stitch in the same stitch where you just fastened off. Chain 4.
  10. beginning stem
  11. Slip stitch in the second chain from your hook, slip stitch in the next two chains also. Make a final slip stitch in the original spot where you joined your brown yarn. Fasten off and this is what you should have now!
  12. stem completed

  13. Weave in your ends with an embroidery needle in the back of your work, all done. Looks good enough to eat! :)
  14. finished pear on fabric background
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