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15 of the Best FREE Fall Crochet Patterns

If you love autumn as much as I do, check out these 15 FREE fall crochet patterns. There is definitely something that will tickle your fall fancy!

fun and free fall crochet patternsOkay, so don’t laugh at me – but I’ve been knitting for 21 years, and I really want to learn to crochet. I’ve had a class and then a few other people teach me, and I still can’t seem to get it. Doesn’t anyone else know what I’m talking about or have you had this experience?

For some reason the hook in one hand just confuses me! But this fall I am determined to learn to crochet. I decided to find a few fall crochet patterns that I’d be interested in trying and here they are. All cute, all awesomely autumn. So I have a question for you experienced crocheters . . . which one should I try first? Let me know!

FREE Fall Crochet Patterns You’ll Love

1. I Love Fall Crochet Sign

i love fall crochet signDisplay your love of fall with this unique home decor sign! The final measures 6 x 6 inches, so it’s small – and perfect for hanging on a doorknob.

2. Autumn Fields Throw

Autumn Fields Throw Free Fall Crochet PatternAccessorize your couch or your bed with this bright and beautiful autumn throw. The Autumn Fields Throw is worked in rows in vivid fall hues and is sure to brighten up any room.

3. Drawstring Cowl

Drawstring cowl free fall crochet patternKeep your shoulders warm and make a fashion statement with this cool cowl! You can make this fall crochet pattern in a variety of colors, but I fancy the gold (though orange would look lovely too!).

4. Fall Maple Leaves

Fall Leaves Free Crochet PatternA collection of fall crochet patterns isn’t complete without a leaf crochet pattern! You can whip up this leaf crochet pattern relatively quickly, and add it to a variety of autumn decor, fashion, or crafts.

5. Boot Cuffs

Easy crochet boot cuffs free patternMy favorite part of cooler weather is wearing the boots! These simple boot cuffs dress up your jeans or leggings – and you can quickly crochet several colors.

6. Wineglass Decorations

Fall Wine Glass Markers Crochet PatternThese were originally designed as wine glass markers, but I can see them for a variety of applications! You could use them to decorate wine bottles, or lengthen the strings and make them curtain ties . . . maybe even use these as package toppers.

7. Acorn Hot Pads

Crochet Acorn Hot Pads Free PatternUsing a double strand of dishcloth cotton you can work up the perfect kitchen accessory for fall and it’s practical, too! Try your hand at increasing and decreasing with the Diamond Stitch for the signature acorn cap criss-crosses.

8. Colorful Modern Cardigan

Colorful Modern Cardigan Free Crochet PatternThis fall cardigan pattern is awesome – it uses several colors of yarn, include skeins of multi-colored! What I love about it most? This sweater has pockets. As long as everything I own has pockets, I’m good to go.

9. Wrap Me in Diamonds

Wrap me in diamonds crochet scarf pattern for fallThis free crochet pattern for this beautiful scarf is suitable even for a beginner. What I really love about it? All the rich, beautiful fall colors. This is one of my favorite wearable fall crochet patterns!

10. Dancing Leaves Coasters

Dancing Leaves Coasters Free Fall Crochet PatternPerfect for the fall months, these coasters add a decorator touch while being very useful. Crochet them in any one shade or in many shades to complement your room.

11. Autumn Leaves Wreath

Autumn Leaves Wreath free fall crochet patternThis fall wreath is so whimsical! I love the easy-to-crochet leaves, acorns, and vines. You can use the separate elements from this wreath in other fall crochet patterns, too.

12. Cozy Slippers

Simple crochet slippers fall crochet patternThese simple slippers will keep your tootsies warm when the floors are cold. I find if I can keep my feet warm, then I’m warm, so these are perfect for fall and into winter.

13. Mountain Man Beard Hat

Mountain Man Beard Hat PatternThis mountain man beard hat is hilarious! I can think of several people who need this for cold weather – and by “people” I mean some of my friends! This is one of those fall crochet patterns that makes a perfect gift idea. It’s certainly unique, don’t you think?

14. Fall Apple Basket

fall apple basket free crochet patternI haven’t picked apples in years, but I think this year I might remedy that situation. I love the colors of this fall apple basket, and the pattern looks relatively easily. I think the size could be easily modified too if you want larger or smaller. These baskets would be amazing in my craft room!

15. Acorn Brooch

Acorn Brooch Fall Crochet PatternNothing makes me squeal more than “mini” things – like this dainty little acorn brooch! Yep, you’re going to crochet a small acorn and turn it into a pin. Make one or several (these are good gifts).

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Theresa Marshall

Wednesday 24th of July 2019

Could you please email me the Autumn Fields Throw!

Amy

Wednesday 24th of July 2019

Hi Theresa! The link is in the post, it's here: https://www.ilikecrochet.com/crochet-afghan-patterns/autumn-fields-throw/ The pattern is in the post so there isn't a pattern to email.

Maureen

Thursday 9th of August 2018

Crocheting is he best ! Don’t give up on learning anyone! My paternal grandmother taught me when i was 5 years old, and I haven’t put a hook down since. Now I’m 54. I taught myself how to knit too. I always favored crochet because to me its just much more relaxing. If you make a mistake just pull it out and do it again.....knitting is more like ???? . lol. i used to own my own yarn store in my town. unfortunately it did not attract as much interest as i had hoped. But now thanks to Etsy....i have an online store that i love and can connect with a lot more people. For beginners i would suggest small projects first like the leaves or acorn broach. whatever you do have fun!!!

Texasteena

Thursday 2nd of August 2018

THE Scarf would be the best for a beginner.

tASHA

Tuesday 1st of September 2015

IF POSSIBLE WOULD YOU ALSO BE ABLE TO SEND ME A LINK ON THE PUMPKIN BAG PLEASE, I HAVE BEEN FOR ONE FOR A COUPLE MONTHS NOW TO PREPARE FOR THE HALLOWEEN SEASON

Amy

Tuesday 1st of September 2015

It's here! Enjoy! http://onesheepishgirl.blogspot.com/2012/10/crochet-pumpkin-treat-bowl-pattern.html

tASHA

Tuesday 1st of September 2015

I STARTED OUT WITH KNITTING FIRST AND THEN MOVED ON TO CROCHETING. BOTH OF THEM I LEARNED FROM YOUTUBE AND THE INTERNET. I HAVE BEEN VERY EAGER TO MAKE AN AFGHAN BLANKET AND HALLOWEEN TREAT BAG.

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