As the weather changes and the leaves begin to fall, there is a crisp, invigorating bite to the air once autumn is upon us. The retail stores are beginning to gear up for the big holiday season, and everyone seems to be in a happy mood. There are so many wonderful free crochet patterns to choose from, including scarves, shawls, and afghans; it can overwhelming at times. Let us help you find the perfect free crochet pattern that represents the beautiful season of fall. Choose from apparel, afghans, home decor, and more.
Patterns range in skill level from beginner to advanced. Crochet an afghan to use on a hayride, or make an autumn colored dishcloth for the kitchen. There are also shawls and cardigans to wrap yourself up in, as well as neck warmers and scarves to wear as the weather cools. The beautiful colors of fall translate nicely to almost any crochet pattern. Make something for a friend or treat yourself to a new pattern. It's that time of year again; summertime is coming to a close and fall is right around the corner. Get a head start on the season with these autumn-inspired crochet patterns.
These bulkier, earth-toned patterns are just what you need to ease right into the season. There's a wide variety of patterns to choose from including apparel, afghans, and home decor. Make yourself a new shawl or crochet an afghan for a friend. Whatever you choose, pick up your hook and get to work on any one of these free patterns for fall.
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It's time for the ladies to cover up a little bit with light scarves, shawls, and cardigans. Autumn apparel is so fun to pick out. There are so many options to choose from. Layering is a great way to dress for the weather. Scarves and shawls are the perfect finishing touches to any fall outfit.
Just because the temperatures are cooling off, does not mean that you can't spend time outside; just add any of these crocheted shawls to your outfit. You can still wear that great strapless summer dress; just throw on a light cardigan and you're all set for the crisp autumn air. These free crochet patterns are the perfect thing to wear to work, out to dinner, or running errands around town.
This Autumn Red Wrap is just the thing to throw on for an autumn evening. The dark red color will match the beautiful changing colors of the leaves around you. A flower pin adds the perfect feminine touch. Stay warm and fashionable with this elegant Diamond Crochet Cowl.
This free crochet pattern is quick to work up and is easy to complete in a weekend or less. Make one for yourself or give one to a girlfriend. Use worsted weight yarn to complete this pattern. Crocheted afghans for fall are the perfect home accessory to use on the couch, in the apple orchard, or at the pumpkin patch. Kids and adults will both love these free crochet afghan patterns.
The beautiful, bold colors match the colors outside with the changing leaves. Hi, I made the cowl and it is perfect! Love it! I was wondering if I should wash the cowl before adding the fringe? Or do you think I can add the fringe, then wash?
I am using the rustic romantic yarn. Rustic Romantic is lay flat to dry. Hi, Rebecca!
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I want to sincerely thank you for the wonderful patterns that you make available for all of your readers. You provide such easy to understand instructions, and you have helped make it possible for me to create some beautiful projects. The video tutorials are absolutely great! I have just completed the Malia Cowl and will wear it tomorrow: Also, I truly appreciate your free patterns. I am very appreciative of you and how you have helped me to better my crochet skills!
With many thanks, Linda. I also want that, very much. I am having a hard time understanding some of your abbreviations.
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I am a crocheter of about 40 years and have not yet come across some of them. Would it be possible for you to send me an explanation on your abbreviations? But like the MC? Not sure what that is. But I am confident, once explained, that I will have no further complications. Have a wonderful evening, and hope to talk to you soon! Aww thanks so much for the kind words! This set is just Gorgeous! Love your designs. Thank you so much for sharing your Beautiful Patterns!
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Hi littlemonkeyscrochet! The large bean stitch was my favorite row? I used a size 6-mm crochet hook and the cowl seemed a little on the smaller side. What size crochet hook you used for your patterns? Thank you so much for sharing this pattern! Hi Joy! All of that info is up in the pattern. Heartland is quite a bit thinner than Rustic Romantic which is aran , so that might be part of it.
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The finished measurements of the cowl are in the post above as well, so you can measure your cowl to find out if it came out correct or too small according to the measurements. Awesome — Thank you for clarifying! I am absolutely obsessed with your patterns!!!! Thank you so much! And of course I always link back to you when people ask about my work!