Fall is in the air! I don’t know about you, but I love Fall crochet patterns. There’s nothing like the changing colors of leaves and the cooler weather. I think Fall has a special place in every crocheter‘s heart.
Am I right? Fall is the time when everyone gets out their hooks and searches for just the right pattern. I know I do! And I’ve seen soo many cute Fall decorations this year! In this post I want to share some amazing pumpkin crochet patterns, fall decor, and fall blankets! Hopefully you find your next project. 🙂
Harvest Crochet Patterns
When it comes to Fall crocheting, there can be different things that people think of. For example, Thanksgiving falls under the “Autumn” category, but so does Halloween!
In this post, I will mostly be sharing harvest-type crochet patterns. I love using this word to describe it, because it really gives off a certain vibe rather than being so general.
What Should I Crochet in Fall?
There are SO many amazing things you can crochet in the Fall! Here’s just a quick list to get you thinking (don’t worry, I’ll show you tons of specific patterns too!)
- You can crochet Fall decor. Think things like pumpkins, garlands, wreaths, etc., all in cozy Fall colors!
- If you’re up for a bigger project, try a Fall crochet blanket/afghan. This will prepare you for the cold weather season!
- You can also try your hand at an Autumn crochet garment or accessory—something to wear. There is nothing like a cozy crochet scarf or cardigan to dress up a Fall outfit.
Like I said, I will be showing you patterns in ALL of these categories! If you one them sounds like exactly what you want to make, feel free to skip to the different sections using the Table of Contents below.
Table of Contents
- Crochet Pumpkin Patterns
- Crochet Garments & Accessories for Fall
- Crochet Fall Home Decor Patterns
- Fall Crochet Afghan Patterns
Fall Pumpkin Crochet Patterns
I figured a great place to start would be pumpkin crochet patterns! I’m not sure if there is anything represents the word “Fall” better in my mind! As the season of pumpkin spice rolls around (yes, I love all the pumpkin spice goodies!!) crocheted pumpkins are a great addition to the spirit of the season.
So let me show you some of my favorite patterns!
First up we have these rustic crochet pumpkins by Meg Made with Love. Aren’t they adorable?! I love how there are 3 different options you can make—one simple, one gingham, and one with post stitches. I might just have to make some if I can find the time. 🙂
There are a lots of ways to crochet pumpkins…and one of them is through color work! This crochet basket puts pumpkins all over it just by using single crochets and a few different yarn colors. If you haven’t tried tapestry crochet in the round before, this would be a great pattern to start out with!
When I saw this Jack O’ Lantern Pouf, I knew I had to include it! Talk about an big, awesome decoration! Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me used Bernat Blanket Yarn, which gives the pout such a squishy, cozy feel.
Another amazing way to incorporate pumpkin décor is to crochet some coasters! If you don’t feel up to making a full round pumpkin, a smaller flat pumpkin is a great option. This pumpkin coaster crochet pattern is super easy to make and comes in 2 variations.
In contrast to the last pattern, these pumpkins are cute because they’re so tiny and adorable!! Jessica from Mama in a Stitch designed these little guys, and she did such a great job. To crochet your own mini pumpkin garland, you’ll just need small amounts of worsted weight yarn.
Last but not least in the pumpkin series: a crocheted pumpkin backpack! Wouldn’t this be perfect for trick-or-treating?! I can just see a little kid carrying this around, stuffing it with candy.
Crochet Garments & Accessories for Fall
Of course, pumpkins are not the ONLY Fall projects that are fun to crochet. One of the best times to crochet garments and accessories is in the Fall! I love Fall scarves, cowls, cardigans, etc. because they can be so cozy or also dress up an outfit.
First off, check out this cowl pattern that uses crochet lace to form leaves! The Autumn Leaves Cowl is a great addition to a Fall outfit that needs something a little extra to make it dressy. The best part is, this pattern only calls for one ball of yarn, so you can probably make it with yarn from your stash!
A cozy cardigan is another amazing Fall project you can make. The Angelica Cardigan is one of my favorite garments I’ve ever made! It is SO cozy. While I made it in white, you could use a variety of Fall colors! And if you haven’t crocheted a cardigan before, don’t worry. This pattern is very easy to make.
When I saw this cropped Fall sweater by Itchin For Some Stitchin, I KNEW I had to include it! I know it looks like knitting, but I promise it is crochet! This sweater calls for one of my favorite worsted weight yarns – Lion Brand Jeans. I know this would be a soft, cozy sweater in this yarn!
Another great Fall accessory is this Rustic Lace Scarf! It is made from soft, fuzzy DK weight yarn, and the brown color palette goes perfect with other Fall colors! Best of all, the size is completely adjustable so you can make it perfect for you.
If you like simple patterns with sophisticated elements, you’ll love the Becky Cardigan! This cardigan uses simple stitches throughout the whole design, but then incorporates a stunning puff stitch edging at the end. Because this pattern is extra oversized, it would make a great Fall garment.
Last but not least, I had to show you a Fall scarf pattern for men! The Alpine Scarf is made from a thick textured stitch that makes it extra warm. My boyfriend loves it!
Crochet Fall Home Decorations
Now it’s time to get into some Fall crochet decorations! I know some of the pumpkin patterns we looked at technically were decor…but in this section I wanted to show you decor that is separate from the pumpkin theme.
Sometimes, to make a crochet project Fall themed, all you need to do is use Fall colors. Alexandra from Eye Love Knots designed these cute, easy coasters that just use simple stitches! The colors make them stunning.
I love all of the patterns on Sewrella, but I think this Fall crochet wreath is especially cute. I love how it has the different types of leaves, along with a cute pumpkin in the center!
A pillow is a great way to add a touch of Fall decor to your home—and this Acorn Pillow is no except! It is made from a variety of little granny squares all put together to form an acorn on the front. So creative, right?!
Erica from Highland Hickory Designs has so many amazing Fall patterns! These Fall Jar Covers are no exception. I mean, how cute would this decoration be in your home this year? The best part is, you don’t need to know any color work to complete this pattern. The letters are put on afterward with a sewing needle (and a tutorial is included to help you!)
Ok, so this isn’t exactly decor, but it was so cute, I had to include it! Personally, I love candy corn. I know some people hate the flavor though…if that’s you, maybe this keychain would be perfect! You can get all the cuteness without having to taste a thing 🤪
Last but not least, check out these Moonbeam Baskets! Made with chunky yarn, these hanging baskets could be a great way to get organized this Fall. They work up SO fast and can hang anywhere in your kitchen!
Fall Crochet Afghan Patterns
Our last category of fall crochet patterns is blankets and afghans. There’s just something to be said for a nice, cozy crochet blanket as the weather cools off. I have 4 patterns to show you that are all unique in their own ways. I hope you love them!
First of all, take a look at this Pumpkin Blanket by Easy Crochet. It is relatively simple to make, yet the colors make such a statement! The designer used Vanna’s Choice Yarn, but you could easily use other worsted weight yarns you have in your stash.
Talk about a pretty Fall blanket! This Fall Foliage afghan is stunning, don’t you think? If it looks difficult to make, don’t be afraid. It actually only uses simple stitches like half double crochet and double crochet—and the designer includes photo tutorials to help you out too.
Fall Forever Blanket Pattern
Sometimes simple color blocking is all you need to make a statement. This fall crochet blanket is made from simple double crochet, and includes a nice border around the outside. The colors definitely make the blanket! You could do SO many different color combos 😍
Last, but certainly not least, let me introduce you to the Farm Fresh Fall Blanket. Unlike the other blankets I’ve shown you, this one is made from squares! I love all the variety that is included. Some plain squares, some with flowers, some with varying colors. This blanket could be a family heirloom for years!
That wraps up our master list of Fall crochet patterns. I hope you liked this post and found a great pattern to start on right away!