Everything you are going to need on fall crochet decor for transitioning your home from summer to fall.
A great way to feel the change of seasons inside our homes is to redecorate or add small touches here and there. In this roundup post, you will find nine free crochet patterns to spruce up your home and make it fall-ready.
Just click the headline of each pattern and you will be transferred to the actual pattern.
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Let’s start with an obvious way to welcome fall. A little banner with the words “hello fall” stitched on. How adorable! Pattern and photo by Sisters, what!
This stunning wreath is from Yarnspirations and you can actually download the free pdf from their site. So many beautiful autumnal colors. Pattern and photo by Yarnspirations.
I bet you will use this beautiful crochet pattern multiple times to make a bunch of leaves in all the fall colors. Hang them in a garland or use them to decorate the centerpiece of your table. Pattern and photo by The Painted Hinge.
Since I mentioned a garland before, here is a finished one with smaller leaves. The good thing about both of these crochet leaf patterns is that they can be combined and used to decorate just about anything in your house. Pattern and photo by The Cookie Snob.
A fabulous free crochet pattern for a pillow cover. This one uses tapestry crochet to write the words “Hello Fall” on the actual pillow. Another great technique to get familiarized with so you can create stunning crochet home decor for the fall. Pattern and photo by Brianna K Designs.
Another fall wreath to upgrade your fall crochet decor. I chose this one for its simplicity and the minimalism it exudes. Just wrap around some beautiful variegated yarn of your choice and add all the little details to make it special. Pattern and photo by Divine Debris.
You might want to be slightly informed about the corner to corner method (C2C) that is used to make this hand towel but I think it’s worth it. You will get to know a new technique and hang a beautiful towel in your kitchen to spruce up your fall decor there, too. Pattern and photo by Highland Hickory Designs.
Another stunning crochet pattern by Brianna K Designs. Not exactly fall-themed, but since Thanksgiving is in the fall I think it makes a perfect fall decor item for your home. Needless to say that you can keep that one all year round.
And of course, there wouldn’t have been a fall crochet decor theme without mentioning the crochet pumpkins. This one is one of the patterns I am proud of as I made it really early from when I started my blog. It includes two patterns for two different looks of crochet pumpkins that look knit. Enjoy!
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Which one will your try to make first? Tell me in the comments below…