Free Crochet Pattern: Pizza Garland

Pizza Garland Finished 1

There’s only one thing that comes to my mind when I think of college, new adventures, and dorm life: PIZZA. This crocheted pepperoni pizza garland is a colorful and festive dorm room decoration for walls, windows, or doorways, and it’s really easy to make as long or short as you want. I love garlands as a statement of celebration for every day. Give a home-away-from-home a bright, playful, and cozy touch with these tasty slices!

(Obvs, I originally designed this pattern for as part of a back-to-school promo for Fall, and they asked me to create a project to decorate a new dorm room. But I think any pizza-lover of any age would get a good giggle out of this gift!)

Pizza Garland Finished 4

Materials List

  • Crochet Hook, size H/5.0mm
  • Lion Brand® Vanna’s Choice® in Duckie – approx. 15 yards for 1 slice; 90 yards for a whole garland
  • Lion Brand® Vanna’s Choice® in Scarlet – approx. 3 yards for 1 pizza slice; approx. 18 yards for a whole garland
  • Lion Brand® Vanna’s Choice® in Honey – approx. 8 yards for 1 pizza slice; approx. 48 yards for a whole garland
  • Caron® Simply Soft® in Autumn Red – approx. 9 yards for 1 pizza slice; approx. 54 yards for a whole garland
  • Lion Brand® Vanna’s Choice® in White – or any color/brand worsted weight yarn you want to use to string pizza slices together, approx. 10 yards
  • scissors or yarn cutter
  • tapestry needle for weaving in ends



Gauge is not very important in this project.

My pizza slices measured approx. 5.5 inches across the widest point and 7 inches tall.



ch(s) = chain(s)
dc = double crochet
hdc = half double crochet
htr = half triple crochet
rnd(s) = round(s)
sc = single crochet
sc2tog = single crochet 2 together
sk = skip
sl st = slip stitch
st(s) = stitch(es)
tr = triple crochet
YO = yarn over
[ ] = repeat what is inside the brackets the number of times indicated



– I use a particular method to increase stitches in the Pizza Slice in order to make the edges of my work super straight and clean, but as long as you increase Rows 1-15 by 1 stitch per each row, your garland will still look fine.


Pizza Slice – I made 6, but you can adjust to your preference.


-With Duckie, ch 3.

Row 1: Sk 1st 2 chs, 1 hdc in last ch. (1)

Row 2: Ch 2, turn. Work 2 hdc evenly. Your last hdc is worked in the top of the ch 2 from the previous row. You will continue to work this way for Rows 3-15. (2) See Photo 1.

Pizza Garland Photo 1

Row 3: Ch 2, turn. 3 hdc. (3)

Row 4: Ch 2, turn. 4 hdc. (4)

Row 5: Ch 2, turn. 5 hdc. (5)

Row 6: Ch 2, turn. 6 hdc. (6)

Row 7: Ch 2, turn. 7 hdc. (7)

Row 8: Ch 2, turn. 8 hdc. (8)

Row 9: Ch 2, turn. 9 hdc. (9)

Row 10: Ch 2, turn. 10 hdc. (10)

Row 11: Ch 2, turn. 11 hdc. (11)

Row 12: Ch 2, turn. 12 hdc. (12)

Row 13: Ch 2, turn. 13 hdc. (13)

Row 14: Ch 2, turn. 14 hdc. (14)

Row 15: Ch 2, turn. 15 hdc. (15)

Row 16: Ch 1, turn. [1 sc, sk 1, 4 dc in next st, sk 1, 1 sc] Repeat 3 times. (18)

– Break off Duckie and join Scarlet.



Row 17: With Scarlet, ch 3, turn. Ch 3 counts as 1 dc, but still start row in the 1st stitch. [1 dc, 1 hdc, 2 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc] 3 times. Work one more dc in last st. (20)

– Break off Scarlet and join Honey.



Rows 18 – 20: With Honey, ch 2, turn. Work hdc evenly across. (20)

– Break off Honey. Weave in all ends. See Photo 2.

Pizza Garland Photo 2

Pepperoni – I made 18 (3 for each Pizza Slice), but you can adjust to your preference.

– With Autumn Red, make magic ring or ch 3 and sl st to 1st ch to form ring.

Rnd 1: Ch 2 (does not count as 1st stitch), work 13 dc into ring. Sl st to 1st dc to join.

– Break off leaving 18 inches of yarn for sewing.



1. Weave in and trim the yarn tail from the center of Pepperonis. With right sides of Pepperonis facing you, and right side of the last row of pizza Crust facing you, sew 3 Pepperonis to each Pizza Slice in various arrangements.

2. With White (or what ever color you choose to string your Pizza Slices), ch 10 tightly and sl st to 1st ch to form a loop for hanging the garland. Then ch 30 tightly. Pick up a Pizza Slice and work 20 sc across the top of the slice with the Pepperonis facing you. Ch 3 tightly. (See Photo 3) [Pick up the next Pizza slice and work 20 sc across the top with the Pepperonis facing you. Ch 3 tightly] repeat until you run out of Pizza Slices. Then ch 30 tightly again. Continue to ch 10 more, then sk 9 chs and sl st into 10th ch to form another loop and break off. Weave in all ends.

Pizza Garland Photo 3

Pizza Garland Finished 3

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28 Replies to “Free Crochet Pattern: Pizza Garland”

  1. Lisa says:

    Oh, this is so cool! I love it! ^___^

  2. Fiona says:

    Even though I can still only do a straight line, I’m definitely saving all these amazing tutorials!! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

  3. Tracy Marie says:

    Thank you for sharing your awesome patterns! 🙂

  4. sidony says:

    oooooo i love it thanks for the pattern 😉

  5. Lindsey H. says:

    My cheeses look really skinny and curved compared to the crust and sauce parts and I’m sure I’ve been following the pattern right…how can i straighten out my edges?

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      Hi, it’s difficult to troubleshoot without a photo?

  6. Kristy says:

    Just got done making this for daughter in college — so excited to mail it to her!! Awesome pattern – thanks 😉

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      Yay! Perfect!!!! <3

  7. Margo says:

    Can you please make a video on making this pizza garland? I live in the Netherlands and have just started crocheting … if I see you doing on video, it’s easier for me to follow.

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      Ok I might!! Thanks for the suggestion!

  8. Bela says:

    I think it’s an awesome idea o make a video about this tutorial too. It would make it a lot easier, specially the beginning! Awesome pattern!

  9. Debby says:

    Looking forward to make this for my kitchen!! Did you block the pizza?
    I followed the heart garland video and made one for my daughters room. Thanks for the sharing your patterns. Would like a video for this as well.
    Thanks 🙂

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      Hi, I never really block anything! 😛

  10. Amy says:

    I love this pattern! Are we allowed to sell the finished product? Crediting you of course! X

  11. Deb says:

    Hi! I’m currently working on a circular pizza blanket and I stumbled across this pattern, which is absolutely lovely! I was wondering if you had any tips for making the wavy edges on a circle pattern that’s using dc. Sorry if this is a super obvious question; I’m pretty new at this crocheting thing but my heart is ambitious haha!

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      I think if you just looked up a few ways of creating dc scallops, you’ll be able to figure something out that will work 🙂

  12. Shirley Ackerman says:

    Love your patterns!! This one is quite special–Are there instructions for your “method to increase stitches”?? Anxious to learn this technique. Where can I find the instructions.
    (I use a particular method to increase stitches in the Pizza Slice in order to make the edges of my work super straight and clean, but as long as you increase Rows 1-15 by 1 stitch per each row, your garland will still look fine.)
    I appreciate your help– Thank you!!

    1. TwinkieChan says:

      Hi Shirley. The method is as I’ve illustrated in the photos in the pattern :).

      1. Shirley Ackerman says:

        I apologize– I have not read through the pattern, but I certainly will now!! Thank you for your reply and please, don’t think I am not a ‘serious’ crocheter. I have used many of your other patterns and books and perhaps I just have not come across this before. I am going to read the pattern carefully and begin making the pizza garland today.


    Thank you so very much for sharing this pattern! It worked perfectly! Your instructions were very clear and super easy to follow! I love it. Many blessings forever!

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