This is really part two of the blog post I posted yesterday. I wanted to combine Halloween and Autumn patterns, but there are so many wonderful patterns out there that I had to split it in two.
Here are my favourite free Fall crochet patterns that I have found. I wish I could make them all… but it’ my own fault, I have too many WIPs already. I’m preparing for a co-hosted finish-along so I really shouldn’t be starting anything new. So I have to enable you instead! 😉
I love the look of all crocheted garlands, but I think that crocheted acorns are adorable. When I see crocheted garlands I wish we had a fireplace so I could make some for each season and hang it up…
Lucy at Attic 24 seems to have a knack for designing perfect autumn patterns, taking inspiration from nature and using shapes and colours to influence her designs. I have shared three of her patterns as I love how easy her patterns are to read, and how accessible they are. I have already started the Woodland blanket earlier in the year, but it is taking it’s place on the back burner whilst I focus on getting through a few other WIPs. (I told you I’m out of control)
Here are couple of Autumnal blanket patterns. I love how unique the stitches are in both of these patterns, and I love how warm and homely these colours are.
I know I already shared Lucy’s Autumn Wreath, but this one is a lot simpler if you prefer a pared down look. And of course I absolutely LOVE the burgundy bow at the top!
I made this cardigan by Alexandra Tavel last year, and I love how snuggly it is. It is literally a blanket that you wear! Perfect for curling up watching movies while it’s raining outside.
Here is another pattern by Alexandra Tavel, which has been in my Library on Ravelry for a fair few years now. I should really make this one as I drool over it everytime I see it. I love that it is such a fashion statement and the size of it means that it’s sure to keep you warm.
Once again, here’s another shawl that has been in my Library for a long time. I saw this shawl at Yarndale too, and it looks even nicer in person. I think this is going to have to go on my WIP list for next year.
Disclosure: I do not own any of the photos in this blog post, nor do I claim to. All designers are credited. I just wanted to show you some of the patterns I’ve made, or had my eye on for a while. Crochet designers put in a lot of work to release patterns for free and I am extremely grateful. Please click on the links in this post to show these designers some love.
Love Charlie, Xx