Fall Inspiration: 5 Free Crochet Patterns

As though we didn’t have enough reasons to crochet…we’re coming up on craft fair season and the holidays.
Whether you’ve still got spots to fill on your holiday gift list; are looking for more inventory for your craft fair booth; or are just always up for a seasonal new project…
You’re sure to love these five, free patterns from around the Internet:

Fall River by Katya Novikova

Ever heard of found art? I’d call this a found pattern. The designer took a free pattern from Lion Brand and adapted it to make this stunning, lacy shawl that looks completely different from the original.

What you’ll need:
2 skeins of Shoppel-Wolle Zauberball Crazy in shade 1660 Flussbet or 920 yards (840 meters) of any Fingering weight yarn
3.5 mm (E) hook
Blocking pins
Tapestry needle and scissors

Click here for the free pattern.

Sunny Flower Mini Mandala by Zelna Olivier

A quick make to use as a doily or coaster or frame it to hang on your wall. It’s also super simple. And because you can combine colors in any way you like…you could make this pattern over and over and never duplicate your finished work.

Easy for beginners.

What you’ll need:
A small amount of DK weight cotton yarn
G (4mm) hook

Click here for the free pattern.

Fall Pumpkin Cozy by Jess Coppom

We’re covering everything with crochet, these days! This cute pumpkin cozy can easily be adjusted to a different sized pumpkin. Such a cute accent for your Thanksgiving table! Or skip the pumpkin and use it for a key and ring bowl.

Super quick make suitable for beginners.

What you’ll need:
Lion Brand LB Collection Natural Wool
P/Q (15mm) hook

Click here for the free pattern.

Simple Fall Wreath by Divine Debris

This beautiful wreath is just in time for craft fair season. Make the whole thing…or use the individual elements to design your own wreath or other creation. The pumpkins would also look lovely on their own decorating a dining table.

What you’ll need:
Aran/medium/size #4 weight yarn–1.5-2 oz per leaf/pumpkin
G (4mm) hook
Fiber fill
18” wreath form
Hot glue or straight pins

Click here for the free pattern.

Leafly Autumn Hat by Wilma Westenberg

And lastly, a traditional fall project with a non-traditional twist. It might look like those leaves are embroidered on–but they’re actually made using a technique called the extreme drop stitch.

Never heard of it? No problem! The designer provides a video tutorial walking you through this surprisingly easy stitch.

What you’ll need:
Vanna’s Choice yarn in two colors
J (6mm) hook
Yarn Needle

Click here for the free pattern.

What other free patterns would you like to see in our next post?

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