As we finally work our way toward the cooler seasons, it’s time to start thinking about what fall crochet patterns we want to work up to keep us warm, happy and stylish this fall and winter season.
If you’ve been looking for the perfect crochet fall patterns for yourself or for upcoming gifts to friends or family members, you have found the mother lode!
These 31 absolutely gorgeous fall crochet (and some knit!) patterns are perfect for the upcoming season. You can choose from all sorts of fall crochet patterns – crochet scarves, shawls, sweaters, cup cozy’s, cowls, wraps, headbands, ear warmers, and even a granny square! I probably forgot some, but trust me: In this round up there is something for everyone.
I have to give a special shout out to a Designer friend of mine, Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’. She lead us through the Fall in Love with Autumn event which gave away one free crochet pattern each day of August. What a feat! These fall crochet patterns were a part of her Fall in Love with Autumn event and, while the PDF’s are no longer free, all of these patterns were so perfect for fall that I couldn’t not share them with you.
Most of these fall crochet patterns are free on the designers blog, but some of them are specifically PDF downloads that you’ll have to purchase. Just a quick FYI. (:
PLUS! If you scroll through these beautiful fall crochet projects and you think: “Wow, I NEED all of these!” And you want all of these patterns in once place so you don’t have to keep scrolling through blogs and rounds ups, I have a solution for you.
You can purchase the PDF pattern bundle which will put all of these autumn crochet patterns in your hands in one tidy space. You will also receive 5 additional patterns that are not listed here or available free anywhere.
The best part? The entire bundle is over 90% off! That’s right – you can purchase the entire bundle 90% cheaper than you would if you purchased all of the patterns separately. Check it out!
The Claire Infinity Scarf by The Blue Elephants
“The Claire scarf is a super quick and easy project to keep you warm on your Fall adventures! It takes only an hour to make this plush and squishy scarf!”
Easy Beginners Scarf by King and Eye
“A simple & easy scarf is the perfect first project for complete beginners to crochet as it allows you to master your stitch technique without worrying too much about width or gauge.”
The Picante Wrap by HanJan Crochet
“The Picante Wrap is the perfect garment for the Fall. With its simple lace and beautiful drape, it will effortlessly layer your outfit to keep you warm and look stylish too. Create a stunning cowl neck with just three buttons and no shaping at all!”
Crochet Ear Warmers by Fosbas Designs
“An easy way to pack your hair in low ponytail while keeping your ear warm. This ear warmer can also be styled without using the ponytail opening.”
Simple Tunisian Ear Warmer by One Little Hook
“This simple Tunisian crochet, double thick, knit-look ear warmer will be sure to keep you warm through the chilliest of winters. This ear warmer is sure to keep you busy making projects for the whole family!”
Autumn Aura Scarf by BearRye
“This beautiful contrasting scarf can be made in either one colour or two. It is perfect for those Autumn evenings, and warm enough to get you through winter.”
Easy Knit-Look Crochet Sweater by Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’
“This easy “knit-look” cropped sweater is both classy and stylish. It uses a combination of stitches to create a unique ribbed effect that’s absolutely eye-catching!”
Freedom Beanie by Carroway Crochet
“This super bulky beanie makes up in half an hour. The Freedom Beanie is a soft and warm, fashionable beanie hat, especially with a faux fur pom pom. A great accessory for Fall and Winter.”
The Garden Shawl by The Loophole Fox
“This Moss Stitch Triangle Shawl will be you go to for those lovely chilly fall nights. Embrace the fall with this light weight and gorgeous shawl that works up easily.”
Asymmetrical Scarf by Sunflower Cottage Crochet
“The Asymmetrical Scarf crochet pattern can be either a summer weight or winter weight scarf, depending on the yarn used. It curves inward, exposing stair-like “steps” on the outer edge. You can put tassels on the ends or leave it as it is. Either way, it looks awesome.”
Crochet Mobius Wrap by Creations by Courtney
The X-capade Mobious Wrap will keep you warn and stylish all fall long. You won’t have to worry about it sliding off your shoulders, as the twist lets it hang perfectly. You can style the X-capade Mobius Wrap as the ultimate chunky cowl, too.”
Einkorn Cup Cozy by Claire de Lune Fiberart
“The fun puff stitch motif in the Einkorn Cup Cozy evokes swaying stalks of wheat at harvest time. This is the perfect quick make to get you ready for cool weather and cozy warm beverages!”
Aren’t these patterns absolutely gorgeous!? These are so perfect for autumn crochet projects and I have so many of these on my list to crochet for myself and for Christmas presents for friends and family.
Grab all of the patterns as a PDF bundle for only $12.99!
Ripple In Time Shawl by No Hooks Given
“The Ripple in Time Shawl is a great statement piece for the Fall. It has wonderful drape, fun to work up, customizable, and filled with texture.”
Ella Grace Scarf by Craftastic Boutique
“The Ella Grace Scarf is the perfect layering accessory for Fall! It is so soft and comfortable, making it the perfect accessory to pair with any outfit this season!”
The Cobble Street Scarf by The Wool Flowers Co
“The Cobble Street scarf is full of texture and is customizable to your likening.”
Gylden Twist Headband by Joy of Motion
“You’re going to love the crochet Gylden Twist headband, because it’s such an easy make, it’s double brimmed & it’s such a great gift idea!”
Spiral Style Hat by Crafting Each Day
“The Spiral Style Hat is a stylish warm hat that is quick and easy to crochet. Grab some bulky yarn, and you can have a gift ready in a few hours.”
Fall-Ready Crossbody Bag by NoorsKnits
“The Fall-Ready Crossbody Bag is a fun and beginner friendly Tunisian crochet pattern for a crossbody bag.”
The bundle has all 32 patterns from the blog hop plus 5 additional patterns that aren’t a part of the blog hop and is a total of $12.99.
I sat down and did the math for this bundle. $12.99 can seem like a decent investment, so I wanted to do a little breakdown (for myself, because I purchased it, and for you!)
If you were to purchase each of these patterns separately, it would cost a total of $148.81 (USD) for all 37 patterns. So, by purchasing the bundle, you’re saving 91.27%.
If you want to break it down further, the cost per pattern if you purchase the bundle is $0.35 a piece! 🙂
I don’t know about you, but that sounds like a steal to me.
Sabrina Sweater by Counting Crafty Sheep
“The Sabrina Sweater is the perfect fashion forward fall wardrobe staple. This gorgeous short sleeve open front sweater keeps the chill off while making sure your outfit stays on point.”
Sweet Stripes Skinny Scarf by Green Fox Farms
“The Sweet Stripes Skinny Scarf is quick and easy to whip up with just one skein of your favorite self striping yarn! It will be your favorite and most colorful Fall Accessory!”
Ladies Mirrored Fan Lace Scarf by Krissy Over the Mountain
“The Ladies Mirrored Fan Lace scarf has two layers and they are a mirror of one another. You can flip the scarf over and create a whole new look when using a yarn that has long runs of color.”
Easy Infinity Scarf by Pine Tree Crochet
“Make the Easy Infinity Scarf with just one Caron Cake! Perfect for yourself or that special someone.”
Wrapped in Diamonds by Jo’s Crafty Hook
“Wrap yourself in diamonds with this beautiful crochet wrap. This pattern is so lovely, everyone will want one!”
Pumpkin Spice Cowl by Crafty Tuts
“Cozy up with this pumpkin spice inspired cowl, while enjoying the crisp air that comes with fall, the changes in colors, the beautiful aromas and of course a tasty PSL.”
Knit-Look Crochet Hat by Ned and Mimi
“It’s easy to tell the difference between crochet and knit right!? This little hat might make you look twice :-)”
Autumnal Ear Warmer by Cosy Rosie UK
“This easy to crochet Autumnal Ear Warmer is perfect for those walks in the park…”
The Isa Beanie by Strings and Cuddles
“This beautifully textured beanie is perfect for the whole family. It’s a great addition to your fall and/or winter outfit!”
The Wilhelmina Beanie by Through the Loop Yarn Craft
“The Wilhelmina Beanie is full of plush texture and the colour possibilities are endless!”
Misty Grey Tunisian Poncho by Raffamusa Designs
“Your first Tunisian crochet poncho does not have to be flat and boring. Add some puff stitches instead and get ready to snuggle up in a super cozy cowl neck!”
Pumpkin Pie Square by Crochet Cloudberry UK
“This cute pumpkin pie square is part of the New England in Fall Cushion CAL – one of four Autumn themed squares using rich fall colours and inspiration.”
Aren’t these crochet patterns amazing!? If you weren’t ready for fall previously, you must be in the mood now. I don’t know about you, but I am ready to pick apples, choose pumpkins, drink lattes and wrap up in my crochet projects to stay warm.
I am so in love with all of these patterns that I purchased the bundle myself! Honestly I am way too busy to jump from blog to blog to grab the free patterns and I love to support designers so I was happy to purchase the bundle.
A huge thank you to all of the crochet designers who spent their time designing these lovely fall crochet projects and thank you to Itchin’ for Some Stitchin for creating the round up and bundle.
Alright, I’m going to go crochet scarves, now! It’s time for fall!
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