Don’t you just love the autumn season? Fall brings a variety of seasonal delights with it: crisp, cool days; sweater weather; a fruitful harvest of pumpkins, sunflowers, apples and grapes; and best of all, a good excuse to get out your crochet hooks and knitting needles to whip up a variety of cold-weather wearables like hats, scarves, fingerless gloves, socks and more. Now is a fantastic time to load up on fall patterns to knit and crochet.
If you’re not sure what sort of project you’d like to make next, and you just want to look through a whole bunch of lovely seasonal patterns, we invite you to browse through the designs we’ve shared on this page:
Knit and Crochet Accessories: Scarves, Hats, Headbands and Fingerless Gloves for Fall
Crochet headband patterns are some of our most popular pages at this time of year. On chilly fall days, you might not want to wear a hat, but you still want to keep your ears warm. Headbands offer you the perfect solution for that.
Sweaters and Shawls
Fall Baby Projects
Baby blankets, hats, booties and sweaters make lovely fall knitting and crochet projects.
In the late summer and early fall, sunflowers dazzle us with their beauty, and they offer us their delicious seeds to snack on. For those of us who knit and crochet, they also offer some amazing project inspiration. If you’d like to crochet a sunflower, we invite you to peruse our page of free crochet sunflower patterns. A few of your options are pictured below; click here to see the complete list.
Skull motifs make an appearance every year around the time of Halloween / Day of the Dead. If skull motifs, appliqués, and other projects are of interest to you, I invite you to make good use of our collection of skull patterns to knit and crochet. A few of the skull appliqués on the list are pictured below, but there are bunches more skull projects and patterns available — including bunches of scarves, a few blankets and an assortment of other things.
Want to set a spectacular table for Thanksgiving this year? If so, it’s time to whip up some fabulous table settings and table linens.
For an extra special touch, we suggest using crocheted edgings to trim your cloth napkins; then you can place each napkin inside a handcrafted napkin ring, or use an interesting napkin fold to display it to its best advantage.
Placemats make beautiful additions to your Thanksgiving table settings, and they’re also practical; they can keep your table and / or tablecloth from getting damaged by spills, scratches or other mishaps.
Coasters are also helpful additions to the Thanksgiving table, and also for coffee tables and end tables in use wherever your family is hanging out, or entertaining guests.
So there you have it: bunches of suggestions for fall patterns to knit and crochet. I hope you’ve enjoyed this roundup, and that you found a new project to get started on — or some new patterns to add to your pattern stash.
This page was last updated on October 3, 2017.