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11 Free Crochet Leaf Patterns

 

Albert Camus said: “Autumn is a second spring, when every leaf is a flower” – and we completely agree with him!

We chose 11 of the most beautiful, free crochet leaf patterns across the web for you! Enjoy!

 

#1 Leaf Coasters by Katherine Laight


The artist was inspired by 1950’s wallpaper and fabrics to create these festive leaf coasters! You’ve got plenty of time to make them for your Thanksgiving table.
 
You’ll need:
Sport weight cotton yarn in the color of your choice
3.5mm (E) hook
Click for the free pattern here.
 

#2 Acorns & Oak leaves by Jelly Designs


Perfect for lanyards, bunting, or table decorations…these crocheted acorns and oak leaves are the perfect early-autumn project!
*note: pattern is in UK terms
 
You’ll need:
DK weight yarn in the color of your choice
3.5mm (E) hook
Click here for the free pattern. 
 

#3 Leaf Crochet Dishcloth by Maggie Weldon Maggies Crochet


A leaf-shaped dishcloth…whaaat? I guarantee you’ll be the only booth at the craft fair showcasing this unique and cool autumn project!
 
You’ll need:
Lily Sugar ‘n Cream cotton yarn in green
5.00mm (H) hook
Click here for the free pattern.
 

#4 Fall Maple Leaves by Michelle


Here’s a simple and fast leaf design you can use as a decoration or an embellishment! They’re 4inches long and wide at their widest points. Add them to a wreath? Connect them for a cool table runner? The list goes on…
 
You’ll need:
Red Heart Super Saver Yarn
5.00mm (H) hook
Click here for the free pattern.
 

#5 Fall Leaf by Craft Passion



Sometimes a new yarn can transform a simple design into a stunning product. These autumn inspired leaf charms are made from Raffia yarn which is made from 100% plant fiber. The embroidery detailing tops off an already beautiful design.
 
You’ll need:
Raffia With Passion (in the color of your choice)
2.5mm (C) hook
Tapestry needle
Chains and jump rings to transform leaf into charm or keychain
Click here for the free pattern.
 

#6 Autumn Leaf by Sylwia SzB


Geometry meets autumn in this festive doily. You can have endless fun trying new color variations. *note: pattern is in UK English terminology
 
You’ll need:
Crochet thread
1.75mm hook
Click here for the free pattern.
 

#7 Fall Wreath with Buttons by Darlene Swaim


This would make a lovely accent block in a granny square throw. Or combine several to make an awesome table runner or chair topper. 
 
You’ll need:
Plymouth Yarn Encore Worsted Solids & Heathers
5.0mm (H) hook
Click here for the free pattern.
 

#8 Fall Oak Leaves by Maria Bittner


Make this festive, stash-busting design into a garland, charm, wreath embellishment…or use it as an applique. You can make this versatile design with any yarn you have on hand.
 
You’ll need:
Worsted weight yarn
5.00mm (H) hook
Click here for the free pattern.
 

#9 Maple Leaf by Raine


Bring fall maple leaves indoors with this intricate looking design. Use them as coasters or just drape them over the furniture. Definite craft fair potential. 
 
You’ll need:
Size 3 crochet thread
2.00mm hook
Click here for the free pattern.
 

#10 Leaf Coaster by JOs Crocheteria


This shaped leaf coaster gently cups the bottom of your mug, keeping your pumpkin spice latte warm and toasty. Another great craft fair project or a fun stocking stuffer!
 
You’ll need:
DK weight yarn
3.0mm (D) hook
Click here for the free pattern. 
 

#11 Maple Leaf Motif by Mrs. Micawber


Looking for a quick fall motif? This one can be made from any yarn you have. The step-by-step photos make this project super fast and easy. Use it as a charm, applique, or embellishment.
 
You’ll need:
Worsted weight yarn
5.0mm (H) hook
Click here for the free pattern.
Let us know, in the comment below, which one is your favorite!

Happy Crocheting!

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