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Fall is almost upon us, so let’s take a look at my top 12 favorite fall patterns.

For some, the cooler weather is already seeping in, and making plans for items that are warmer is starting to filter into your “Must Make List” to get ready for the fall season. Here in Flordia I still have a little time but can you really ever prepare too early for fall?

Now I think all of these patterns are winners, but let’s count down to my #1 favorite fall pattern.

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12. Newborn Squirrel Crochet Outfit – I couldn’t forget about the tiniest member of the family, so just for adorable points I had to add the Newborn Squirrel Outfit.

11. Squirrel Mittens Crochet Pattern – These fun and whimsy mittens are sure to keep your hands nice and toasty.

10. Pumpkin Knit & Crochet Mug Rug – Due to their small and quick nature the Pumpkin Mug Rugs had to be added to the list.

Squirrel Mitten Pattern by Briana K

9. Harvest Crochet Pillow – The perfect home accessory to get your living room in the fall spirit.

8. Hello Pumpkin Crochet Pillow – A pumpkin is great for the fall season because of its versatility, making it great for both the Halloween and Thanksgiving seasons.

hello pumpkin crochet pillow

7. Hello Fall Crochet Pillow – Another great colorwork pillow that will help you get ready for the fall season.

6. Pumpkin Hooded Crochet Cowl – While this pattern looks adorable on my little one, I would totally rock it as well. It’s warm, cozy, and practical. 

5. Geo Napa Crochet Wrap Pattern – Geo Napa Crochet wrap or scarf that’s relaxing and fun to work up! A warm, fashionable, and cozy piece.

4. Fall Skies & Apple Pies – The crochet table runner-free pattern for fall is an easy project that uses beautiful pops of color.

3. Tapestry Arrow Blanket – Just a beautiful blanket to help keep me nice and toasty this fall season. Great for the crocheter wanting to try colorwork. With its easy stitch repeat and fun design, any crochet level will enjoy this project. This crochet blanket is also easy to adjust to any size.

Arrow Crochet Blanket

2. Sutherland Waterfall Vest Crochet Pattern –  is designed as one panel and in one piece, there is no seaming to be done. Working with one piece of fabric for a garment is wonderful and great for beginners.

And my #1 favorite fall pattern is…

Cozy crochet vest pattern with amazing drape, easy beginner

Macchiato Poncho Crochet Pattern – The Macchiato Crochet Poncho is a fun and beautiful crochet project. You will love wearing this piece all fall and winter long. Throw it on over any top and pair it with jeans and flats. Or even your winter boots! this would also be cute for a night out on the town with wide-leg neutral pants and heels.

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