Fall Crochet Pattern Round-Up

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A collage of fall crochet patterns that are included in this round-up : fall scarf, fall blanket, stuffed candy corn, stuffed acorn and plaid stuffed pumpkin

Fall Crochet Pattern Round-Up

This fall crochet pattern Round-Up was fun to put together. Fall is a great time to be inspired to make all kinds of beautiful projects! I love the colors and textures of fall and all of these projects show them off wonderfully. There are cute softie projects, snuggly blanket projects and cozy accessory projects. And did I mention that all of these patterns are FREE? I think you’ll enjoy looking through this list and I hope it inspires you to make at least one fall crochet pattern. I know I’ll be heading out soon to enjoy a sunny October day amongst the beautiful fall foliage with hook and yarn in hand!

Stitches Used in the Projects in this Fall Crochet Pattern Round-Up

Most of the stitches used in the Fall Crochet Pattern Round-Up projects are basic crochet stitches with a few other stitches thrown in to create the look each project has. So, you’ll see some post stitches, some decrease stitches, some increase stitches and lacy stitches. The post stitches help create wonderful texture. The increases and decreases help you to make some classic autumn shapes (pumpkins, candy corns, acorns). And the lacy stitches help show off how beautiful crochet is while also letting light through. Many of these fall crochet patterns have video tutorials and/or detailed explanations on how to do each special technique. If you see a technique you’ve never tried before but you absolutely LOVE the project, I highly recommend giving it a whirl! It is so much more rewarding to try a new technique while making something you love.

Info about each Fall Crochet Pattern

For each FREE Fall Crochet Pattern you’ll see a photo and be able to read a little bit about the project. You’ll also see who designed the pattern, which yarn they used (with an affiliate link of where to purchase) and where you can find the FREE crochet pattern. I encourage you to visit the blog with your favorite fall crochet pattern – by doing so you are supporting crochet bloggers and helping us all to offer free patterns like these. Thank you for your support!

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1. Autumn Sunrise Infinity Scarf

Beautiful crochet scarf in vibrant fall colors on a mannequin with a denim jacket underneath

This fall crochet pattern has the perfect combination of autumn colors and easy stitches to create a beautiful infinity scarf. The color changes are easy because there are none! The lovely yarn by Caron includes all the shades. I love how it looks with the white top and denim jacket as shown in the photo. This is a simple 4-row repeat stitch pattern that has a lacy look.

Designer: Highland Hickory Designs

Yarn: Caron Simply Soft

Click here to see this fall crochet pattern

Stuffed Pumpkin Earrings

Cute little fall crochet pattern of small stuffed pumpkins in orange and light yellow

These little pumpkin earrings are so cute! I think this fall crochet pattern would be a great teacher gift. They are quick and simple to make just using single crochets and an easy decrease stitch. If you’ve never worked with cotton crochet thread before, then this would be a good first project to try it out.

Designer: Divine Debris

Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Size 10 thread

Click here to see the FREE fall crochet pattern for the Pumpkin Earrings

Pumpkin Basket

Tan crochet basket with several orange pumpkin images in it

This Pumpkin Basket uses a neat crochet technique called Tapestry Crochet. This technique makes it possible to create any image because you change the yarn color anywhere you need to by carrying all colors along with you each row. Another nice thing about this technique is that the stitch is the same (single crochet) throughout! I think this is an adorable FREE fall crochet pattern and love that the designer, Rachel, includes a color-coded chart and links to various articles she’s written about how to do this technique best.

Designer: Rachel from Dessert Blossom Crafts

Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver

Click here to get the FREE pattern for this crochet pumpkin basket

Acorn Softie

Small crochet acorn with a fur cap and also has eyes and a mouth  - an easy fall crochet pattern

I love adding eyes and a mouth to inanimate objects so I couldn’t resist adding those details to this little Acorn Softie. This is a quick fall crochet pattern and has made everyone smile that I have shown it to! There is a step-by-step video tutorial for this project which uses mainly single crochet stitches and a small amount of yarn.

Designer: Yours truly, Jennifer Ryan of Celtic Knot Crochet 😉

Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver and Yarn Bee Fur the Moment

Click here to see this FREE & cute fall crochet pattern

Tea Time Pumpkin Coasters

Round crochet pumpkins in various colors laid flat on a wooden background next to a cake plate

These crochet pumpkin coasters are so simple and pretty that you could easily whip up a batch for a fun fall get-together or to add to your Thanksgiving table decor. This fall crochet pattern uses a basic circle technique with a simple edging, stem and curlicue details. I think these would be pretty in shades of orange and yellow.

Designer: Irarott Designs

Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver

Click here to get this FREE fall crochet pattern

Crochet Plaid Pumpkin

Cute fall crochet pattern of a stuffed pumpkin made with plaid color pattern

Plaid is another fall staple and is a clever design for this pumpkin. Have you ever tried creating a plaid color-pattern with crochet? It’s actually a lot easier than it looks. The pattern provides all the details you need to change the colors so it comes out looking plaid. Cheryl, the designer, says all you need are 2 shades of one color plus white – easy to find in our stash, right? Plus, this fall crochet pattern is worked in rows (not in the round) so it makes it even simpler and quicker to stitch up.

Designer: Crochet 365 Knit Too

Yarn: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice

Click here to see this FREE crochet pumpkin pattern

Crochet Candy Corn

Little stuffed candy corn crochet projects with eyes and mouth

I love these little candy corns! Aren’t they sooo cute?! They are simple to make with just single crochets and easy single crochet decreases. Since little softie charms are very popular right now, I think these would be great with a keychain addition or some other kind of clip that can be attached to a backpack or Trick or Treat bag.

Designer: Crochet 365 Knit Too

Yarn: Yarn Bee Mini Maker Yarn

Click here for this FREE fall crochet pattern

Pumpkin Jar Cozy

Another fall crochet pattern showing a lacy stitch over a mason jar with candies inside jar

I love the look of mason jars and this one is perfect for fall treats! I think it would also work great as a votive candle holder – the light shining through the lacy stitches would be so pretty. This fall crochet pattern uses double crochet stitches to create traditional V-stitches along with an easy post stitch. A fun bonus for this pattern is that it is a FREE Ravelry download so you can have a PDF printout immediately.

Designer: Briana Olsen

Yarn: Any Worsted Weight Yarn

Click here to see where to download this FREE fall crochet pattern

Country Cottage Headband

Thick and textured yellow and brown headbands shown on white background and on a woman's head

This headband project comes in 8 sizes so you can make one for everyone in your family! It uses a beautifully textured stitch that is easy to create. Plus, Ali, the designer, includes a step-by-step video tutorial of how to crochet the stitch and put the headband together. I love how she created a way to make this a double-thickness so it is super warm!

Designer: The Turtle Trunk

Yarn: Yarn Bee Soft and Sleek

Click here to see this FREE fall crochet pattern

Crochet Fall Wreath

Grapevine wreath with several crocheted pumpkins added to it and eucalyptus leaves

I love to combine crochet with other crafts and mediums so this project caught my eye. The pumpkins are easy to crochet and I love the stitch pattern used for them. Then with some common crafting supplies you add the pumpkins and some other fall decor to a store-bought wreath. I think the addition of the blue pumpkins looks neat, too.

Designer: Mjs Off The Hook Designs

Yarn: Wool of the Andes Worsted Weight

Click here to see how to make this fall crochet pattern

Pumpkin Spice Beanie

Crochet beanie hat with a white pom-pom and pretty bobble stitches and orange and gray accents

This fun fall crochet pattern uses a thick yarn and textured puff stitches. I love how the color-changing yarn looks with the stitches worked in the hat. Have you ever tried a puff stitch? They are easy to do and have a great effect in projects like this. Another great thing about this pattern is that the same blog has a matching cowl pattern to go with it!

Designer: Rich Textures Crochet
Yarn: Caron Swirl Cakes

Click here to see the lovely textured fall crochet pattern

Buttercream Scarf

Lovely scarf fall crochet pattern shown wrapped around a woman's neck while standing outdoors

This fall crochet pattern uses a beautiful yarn that does the color-striping for you! And it is beginner friendly with just rows of double crochet stitches and chains. I think these colors are perfect for fall and the stitch pattern works well with the yarn choice. The fringe is cute, too and looks great in all the colors of the scarf.

Designer: Hooked on Homemade Happiness

Yarn: Brava Stripe

Click here to get the Buttercream Scarf pattern

Stony Shore Pullover

Various photos of a rusty brown loose fitting sweater that has rows of bobble-like stitches - all images shown on a woman wearing jeans with the sweater and standing outside

The Stony Shore Pullover is a simple sweater design that is perfect for fall! This free fall crochet pattern uses some of my favorite yarn – Jeans by Lion Brand. This yarn comes in great colors and is so soft to work with. I love how this project has rows of the “Bead Stitch” (explained in the pattern) which give it a neat texture. It’s even has several sizes from extra small all the way up to 5x!

Designer: E and P Crochet

Yarn: Lion Brand Jeans

Click here to get the instructions to this fall crochet pattern

Pumpkin Garland

Quick fall crochet pattern of various colors and sizes of flat crochet pumpkins strung along a garland and hanging from a tree

If you have visited my blog before, than you may remember that I LOVE crochet garlands. So, I couldn’t resist including this crochet pumpkin garland in this fall crochet pattern Round-Up! The beautiful cotton Sinfonia yarn comes in so many fantastic colors that are perfect for this type of pumpkin project. All the pumpkins are crocheted with basic crochet stitches and look great amongst your autumn decor.

Designer: Yours truly, Jennifer Ryan of Celtic Knot Crochet 😉

Yarn: Omega’s Sinfonia

Click here to see this festive fall crochet pattern

Autumn Morning Button Cowl

Bright mustard cowl made with lacy crochet stitches and a wooden button shown on a mannequin top

This lovely cowl uses a thick and chunky yarn with a large crochet hook – so even though it is a lacy stitch pattern, it is great for fall and works up really fast! I love that this fall crochet pattern can be worn so many different ways because of the addition of the pretty wooden button. Which color would you make this in? This pattern also has a video tutorial to go with it – yay!

Designer: Jennifer Dickerson

Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick

Click here to see this fall crochet pattern

Pumpkin Keychain

Cute little orange pumpkin with eyes and mouth and keychain hardware on top laying on a white wooden background

This cute little pumpkin project is actually a re-work of a similar apple crochet pattern – very clever! I love the top stitching to create the pumpkin look and the green curlicue on top. I could see this being used as a decoration on a kid’s backpack for fall.

Designer: Spin A yarn Crochet

Yarn: Any light weight cotton yarn

Click here to see this FREE fall crochet pattern

Autumnal Acorns

A small fall crochet pattern of stuffed acorns with various colors (pink, purple, blue, green, yellow) and cute brown and tan caps

This fall crochet pattern is a FREE Ravelry download and would look nice scattered across your Thanksgiving table. The pattern is easy to make with mostly single crochet stitches and a small amount of thin yarn. I love all the different colors that you don’t see in the woods but looks neat inside amongst your home decor!

Designer: Rupinder Kaur

Click here to get the free pattern download

Leafly Autumn Hat

Simple white crocheted beanie hat with pom-pom and orange leaf-like stitch added on top

This eye-catching fall crochet pattern uses the “extreme drop stitch” to create the leaf shapes all around the hat. This is a very creative use of this unique stitch and the designer has other versions of this hat using the same stitch in other creative ways. This extreme drop stitch has you loading A LOT of loops onto your hook and can be a little confusing to understand how to do it so I recommend watching the video tutorial that is provided and you’ll be on your way to making this great autumn hat!

Designer: Wilmade

Yarn: Vanna’s Choice

Click here to get the pattern for the Leafly Autumn Hat

3D Pumpkin Dishcloth

Cotton dishcloths made with textured stitches and look like round pumpkins in yellow and orange on a wooden background

The 3D Pumpkin Dishcloth is not only a practical item to have on hand but it is also a cute fall crochet decoration. I love the clever use of the post stitches to create the 3D pumpkin details – these details make the dishcloth work that much better to scrub your dishes! Most of the other stitches are single crochets so this will be easy to make and fun to use or gift to a friend.

Designer: Krissys Over The Mountain Crochet

Yarn: Peaches and Cream Cotton Yarn

Click here to see this fall crochet pattern

Falling Leaves Throw Blanket

Fall crochet pattern of a colorful blanket folded up  - colors are red, orange, yellow and brown

I love the colors Amanda picked out for this blanket project. She mentions that she was inspired by the colors of the fall leaves when she designed this pattern. The stitches used are just half double crochet and double crochet so this would be a great pattern for a beginner. Amanda also provides a video tutorial if you need some help with the stitch. 🙂

Designer: Amanda Crochets

Yarn: Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn

Click here to get the Falling Leaves Throw Blanket pattern

20 Projects in this Fall Crochet Pattern Round-Up!

So, what did you think of all of these fall projects? I hope you enjoyed looking through them and were inspired to pick up your hook and yarn to try some. Fall is a great time to enjoy crochet and use your skills to decorate your home, give a gift of love or relax by the fire and be refreshed!

Thank you for stopping by – If you would like to see other Round-Ups like this one, then please check out our Round-Up page here.

Happy crocheting!


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