This post is a round-up of beginner friendly crochet patterns for fall! Whether you’re just learning to crochet or have been for years these are some of my favorite projects that will get you into a fall state of mind!
Hello and welcome back to my blog! Its been a little busy around here the past week or so. We just got back from a super quick trip to Universal Studios Orlando! We had so much fun at both theme parks – Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. One of the nights we attended Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights that opened up after the park closed.
If you enjoy horror movies I highly recommend it. It was super spooky and they had 10 haunted houses. We were too cheap to opt for fast passes but in the end wished we would have splurged as the lines were quite long, and we were only able to make to four of the houses. Despite the crowds and lines it was still a great time!
Returning home from the Horror Nights event has and all the Halloween fun has put me into a fall state of mind, hence this post! This post is a round-up of beginner friendly patterns that will definitely get you into a fall state of mind too!
The Stormy Night Crochet Ribbed Cowl is the perfect accessory to make and add to your wardrobe. Made with Red Heart Boutique Infinity yarn, the cowl works up quickly and can be easily finished in as little as an hour!
Calling all newbie crocheters! The Crochet Afghan Quilt – Three Part Series will turn your pile of yarn balls into a brand new beautiful blanket! Featuring both photo and video tutorials, this series will give you everything you need to accomplish your very first crochet project!
Meet the Textured Woodland Cowl! With its combination of texture, fringe and beautiful amethyst color, this cowl will add a style pop to your wardrobe!
The Woodland Cottage Crochet Dishcloth Pattern makes for a great beginner project. Consisting of only half double crochets and a single crochet border this dishcloth features a beautiful ribbed texture and would be a wonderful addition to any kitchen!
The Crochet Farmhouse Table Dish Towel Pattern is the perfect practical project! It works up quickly and the combination of stitches makes for a thick and thirsty fabric to soak up wet messes and to dry off dishes in style!
The 90s Inspired Velvet Scrunchies will be your newest crochet obsession! Bright colors, velvet yarn, side ponytails, high ponytails – does it get any better?! It sure does – you can whip these little suckers up in as little as 10 minutes!
Dress up your mason jar drinking glasses with these adorable crochet cozies! This cozy is designed to fit a standard Ball Mason Jar. To ensure your cozy fits your jar, I recommend frequently wrapping your piece around the jar to make sure it the right fit.
The Crochet Ribbed Color Block Cowl is the perfect project to get ready for Fall! For details on how to make this project, check out the free pattern and video tutorial at the link above!
Dress up your favorite coffee shop’s “to-go” cups with these adorable coffee cozies! Not only are these environmentally friendly but they will keep your fingers safe while holding your hot cup!
The Green Meadows Crochet Scarf Pattern features Red Heart Super Saver Ombre Yarn. The subtle monochromatic color change gives the piece a beautiful and unique look!
The Veggie Stand Market Bag is the perfect pattern to get you ready for fall. Whether you take it to the library or the market, this bag can hold everything! To view the free pattern and video tutorial click on the link above!
The Crochet Triangle Shawl is the perfect project to make as we transition into Fall. It’ll keep you warm when you feel a chill, but light enough to catch a light breeze!
The Romantic Neutral Scarf is the perfect project to whip up just in time for Fall! The color mixture of dusty rose and warm creamy brown yarns give off just a subtle hint of pink perfect for date night!
14. Chunky Cowl
This chunky crochet cowl pattern is one of my all-time favorite beginner projects! Not only is the pattern super simple to follow, but can be completed in about an hour [or less!] thanks to the chunky yarn!
Let me know which of these beginner friendly crochet patterns for fall is your favorite in the comments below!