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8 Fall Crochet + Knitting Patterns

Are you looking for some fall patterns? I'm popping in with something a little bit different this week. Instead of sharing my own work, I reached out to the designers inside the Design Circle for their patterns that screamed “fall," and I'm totally in love with the patterns that they shared!

8 knit and crochet patterns for fall, showing a simple colorblock blanket with pumpkin and leaf graphics on the image

Leaf Scrunchie Knitting Pattern

Iza of The Knit Savvy recently published this cute knit leaf scrunchie. It's an adorable, simple knit that would be perfect in any color you can imagine!

Fall Pumpkin Crochet + Knitting Patterns

Beth of Fig and Filament designed this adorable Granite Gourd crochet pattern, which includes two different sizes. I love that she made her sample in this blue/turquoise color that isn't quite as traditional for fall! She is also hosting a gourd make-along with Kristin of Gourdgeous Knits, who has a pumpkin knitting pattern. You can learn all about the make-along on Instagram.

Stacey of The Knitting Tutor designed this beautiful crescent shawl with stockinette and a Japanese lace border. So pretty! Note: The links for this shawl are Ravelry links. If you would like to purchase this pattern off Ravelry, here is the link to purchase on Payhip.

Kristin of Gourdgeous Knits (also mentioned above for the pumpkin make along) designed the Cozy Colorblock Blanket (a knitting pattern) and the Spooky Spiderweb and Spider (a crochet pattern). O Note: These links are Ravelry links. You can click the photo to access the spiderweb pattern.

Or, perhaps you're interested in a knit perfect for fall that isn't obviously fall? I have a couple of suggestions for you, too!

Flame Shawl with Pockets Knitting Pattern for Fall

Natalia of Natalia Pleshko Designs created the Flame Shawl with Pockets knitting pattern when she was finding a plethora of crocheted pocket shawls but not any that were knit! This would be the perfect hand knit accessory for chilly fall days when you need a little something for warmth but you're also worried about getting too warm. Note: These links are Ravelry links.

Every Which Way Cowl Knitting Pattern for Fall

Christen Clement designed this fun colorwork cowl to represent her life as a mom. She said it's her favorite knit to wear during the fall, and I can totally picture it as the perfect hand knit accessory for visiting a pumpkin patch!

Which pattern will you be casting on first? I'm still trying to decide if I need some hand knit gourds before Halloween…


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