‘Get Ready for Fall’ Free Crochet Patterns Round-up
It’s September already folks – fall is right around the corner!!! One of my favorite things about fall (besides anything pumpkin or apple, or boots, scarves, sweaters, and blustery days) is crocheting! Fall is the perfect season to cozy up on the couch and crochet a project . . .
I’ve compiled a collection of free crochet patterns for you to kick off this season! Enjoy!
First row starting at the top left across:
1 – Petals to Picots’ Little Pumpkins: These are so adorable! I want to make a set of three or four of these for my mantle this fall!
2 – Jessica’s Golden Fave Twist Headband: Oh my word – I am in love with this headband! Perfect to keep your hair back and your ears warm on a brisk morning walk!
3 – JoAnn Fabrics’ Acorn and Leaf Garland: This garland strung across the front of the fireplace with the little pumpkins?? Ummmm yes!!
Second row starting at the left across:
4 – Lion Brand Yarn’s Loop Stitch Pillowcase: There’s nothing better than cozying up on the couch with a soft, fluffy pillow and drinking a PSL, right? The loop stitch makes this pillowcase look so cozy!
5 – Wink’s Crochet Wrist Warmers: Keep your wrists warm and snug with these super cute and easy to make wrist warmers!
6 – JoAnn’s Fabric’s Color Block Sweater: Such a pretty sweater! I love the relaxed look and the three soft autumn colors!
Third row starting at the left across:
7 – Red Heart’s Wrap with Slits: Mmmm – I can feel that coziness!! Wrap up in this warm and cozy wrap in front of the fireplace on a cool, October evening!
8 – Lion Brand’s Mulberry Street Afghan: This afghan is absolutely fall-perfect IMO. The big bold chevron and the choice of colors is gorgeous!
Last row starting at the left across:
9 – Vanessa’s DIY Boot Cuffs: Crochet boot cuffs . . . need I say anymore??? I would so crochet these in a mustard yellow to go with my gray boots and sweater dress! So pretty!!
10 – Alexis’ Candy Corn Trick-or-Treat Bag: So festive and fun looking! Your little one would love this!
Here are a few more . . .
(for those of you who like to tackle something a bit more challenging!)
(This pattern is by CrochetDreamz)