Let's do it y'all! Bust out those boots, light those fall candle scents, mix up everything pumpkin, and get in the fall mood. It's a beautiful season to relax and do a bit of crochet. So why not create a new home decor piece with this Hello Fall Crochet Pillow.

One of my favorite thing about the fall and winter seasons is bringing all the decor inside. For summer and spring, mother nature tends to take care of that. But for fall we can bring all the tones and feature season looks inside.

The Hello Fall Crochet Pillow is a colorwork technique project with rewarding results. I highly recommend using bobbins to keep yourself from being wrapped up in tangles.

Take a moment to hop on over to this post. Learn about the different ways to do crochet color-work but also for a freebie!

The printable Sheep Yarn Bobbins are super helpful and also cute. You can even cut them out on a cutting machine!

This fall has been an interesting one for sure. We've decided to have our children do remote learning until we find it safe to return to the classroom. So what crazy thing did we do next? We let them get a 'class pet'. Meet Marlow!

I really don't know what we were thinking, other than how much it would bring the boys joy. It's worked out so far. They enjoy holding their hamster before school and then he sleeps while they work hard. And in the evenings they can't wait until he wakes up to hold him again.

I'm sure we will be seeing more of Marlow with crochet and knit stuff soon. He is the nicest hamster I have ever met and I think will enjoy running around my fun photo sets. I already crocheted a cute pouch for him and I can't wait to make more fun things.

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### Hello Fall Crochet Pillow Supplies:

#### Crochet Hook:

5.0 mm (H), I highly recommend Furls

#### Notions:

- Yarn Needle
- Scissors
- 1”- 1.5 (2.5-3.8 cm) Buttons, 5 needed
- 20x20 Inch Pillow
- 3/4 yard burlap if desired

#### Yarn:

Michaels Loops & Threads Impeccable

Aran Tweed (2-3 skeins)

Gold (1 skein)

Ombre Falling Leaves (1 skeins)

#### Yardage:

•Approx. 625 Yards [572 meters] if crocheting back as well.

#### Abbreviations/Stitches:

- ch- Chain
- RS- Right Side
- sc- Single Crochet
- sl st- Slip Stitch
- sts- Stitches
- WS- Wrong Side

#### Gauge:

13.5 sc sts and 14 rows =

4” [10 cm] with H-hook

#### Measurements/Sizes:

20 inches (51 cm) wide

20 inches (51 cm) tall

#### Skill Level:

Advanced Beginner

### Yarn:

### Notes:

- Please note, matching gauge both horizontal and vertical can be difficult. Extra rows can be added at the top if needed. It is more important to match the stitch gauge versus the row gauge. This pattern also has some ease to fit over a pillow.

- This pattern is worked from bottom up in rows and in two pieces. The front panel will also work a button hole flap to secure the top of the crochet pillow. The front and the back panels will be slip stitched together once completed.

- After the end of each row turn and ch 1. The ch 1 does not count as a stitch.

- There is a wrong side and a right side to the pillow panels. Use a combination of intarsia and carrying yarn across the back for the color work. Experiment and see what works best for you.

- A burlap back can be used in substitute for a crochet pillow back.

### Hello Fall Crochet Pillow Instructions:

*Chart image instructions at the end of this post.*

To Begin: With Aran Tweed, chain 68 and start the first row in the second chain from hook.

After the end of each row turn and ch 1. The ch 1 does not count as a stitch. (67 sts)

← Row 1 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 67

→ Row 2 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 67 ← Row 3-10: Repeat Rows 1 & 2

→ Row 4 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 67

← Row 11 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 7, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 8, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 12 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 8, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran

Tweed) x 7, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling

Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 4

← Row 13 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 7, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 8, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 14 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 4

← Row 15 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 15, (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 16 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Falling Leaves) x 15, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 17 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 15, (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 18 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 13, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 19 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 20 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 21 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 22 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 12, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 23 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Falling Leaves) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 24 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, Aran

Tweed, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 25 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 6, (Falling Leaves) x 9, (Aran Tweed) x 12, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 26 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 12, (Falling Leaves) x 9, (Aran Tweed) x 6, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 27 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran

Tweed) x 7, (Falling Leaves) x 7, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 14, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 28 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 14, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 7, (Aran Tweed) x 7, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 29 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 8, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Falling Leaves) x 14, (Aran Tweed) x 4

→ Row 30 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Falling Leaves) x 14, (Aran Tweed) x 6, (Falling Leaves) x 3, (Aran

Tweed) x 9, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Falling Leaves) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 31 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 67

→ Row 32 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 67

← Row 33 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 67

→ Row 34 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 17, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 31, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 13

← Row 35 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 12, (Gold) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 13, (Gold) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 16

→ Row 36 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 6, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 37 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2,

**Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice.**

That’s what Fall is made of.

That’s what Fall is made of.

(Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2,

(Gold) x 6, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 9

→ Row 38 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Gold) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2,

Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 10

← Row 39 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 9

#### Half way through the Hello Pumpkin Crochet Pillow

Can you see it coming together! You are half way through the colorwork so go ahead and give yourself a reward….might I suggest a pumpkin latte?

At this point each row adds to the design and we can see where we are headed. I find crochet tapestry similar to doing a puzzle, only less pieces flying everywhere. If you are having a hard time with yarn tangles, try out the yarn bobbins. While it takes a minute to set up, it’s so worth not untangling yarn later.

Keep on going! The finish line is just around the corner.

→ Row 40 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 6, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 10

← Row 41 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 6, (Gold) x 3,

(Aran Tweed) x 6, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 7, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 9

→ Row 42 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 6, (Gold) x 6,

(Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 7, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 6, (Gold) x 7, (Aran Tweed) x 10

← Row 43 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 7, (Gold) x 6, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 4,

(Aran Tweed) x 6, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 7, (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 9

→ Row 44 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x

2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 7

← Row 45 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran

Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 10

## Another Fall, Another Turned Page

→ Row 46 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Gold) x 6, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 11

← Row 47 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 12, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2,

(Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 9, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 10

→ Row 48 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 10, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 16, (Gold) x 2,

(Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 17

← Row 49 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 17, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2,

(Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 16, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 10

→ Row 50 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 11, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 15, (Gold) x 2,

(Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 16

← Row 51 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 16, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 15, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 11

→ Row 52 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 12, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 14, (Gold) x 2,

(Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 15

← Row 53 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 15, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, Aran Tweed, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 15, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 12

→ Row 54 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 13, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 15, (Gold) x 2,

(Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 14

← Row 55 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 14, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2,

(Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 16, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 4, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 13

→ Row 56 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 14, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 16, (Gold) x 2,

(Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 14

← Row 57 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 14, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 3, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 17, (Gold) x 2, , (Aran Tweed) x 2, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 15

→ Row 58 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 16, (Gold) x 5, (Aran Tweed) x 18, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 5, (Gold) x 4, (Aran Tweed) x 15

← Row 59 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 16, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 7, (Gold) x 2, (Aran Tweed) x 20, (Gold) x 3, (Aran Tweed) x 17

→ Row 60 [WS]: (Aran Tweed) x 67

← Row 61 [RS]: (Aran Tweed) x 67

-Continue to sc Rows 62-72 in Aran Tweed.

#### Button Hole Row

72: ch 1, sc 2, *ch 3, skip 3, sc 12: repeat from * until last 5 stitches, ch 3, skip 3, sc in last 2, turn -Continue to sc Rows 73-75 in Aran Tweed.

-Fasten off and weave in ends.

#### Now for the finishing touches.

You’ve done the bulk of the work! Now to get the finishing details done so you can proudly display your love and fall. There are two choices for the back panel. One is to create a fabric with yarn. This will work up much faster than the front as we are only using one color.

Another option I’ve fallen in love with is burlap fabric. It is very inexpensive, time saving, and adds a beautiful texture. If you haven’t noticed yet this pillow is reversible, and the burlap really adds a fun feature. Don't be afraid to try it out!

**Back Panel:**

-With white or color of choice, chain 68 and start the first row in the second chain from hook. (67 sts)

-Single crochet a total of 69 rows to create the back panel.

-Fasten off and weave in ends.

OR Continue to below for burlap.

**Attaching Panels Together:**

Place the front and back panels together with wrong sides facing. If using burlap cut two pieces approximately one inch longer on each side of pillow. Your crochet hook will be able to work through the holes in the burlap.

Using white yarn, slip stitch from top of one side of pillow (where the panels meet or at row 86, not over the flap), around the bottom, and up the other side. I found by slip stitching with a tight tension really makes some crisp edges, but you do not want puckering. Fasten off and weave in ends. Flip pillow so the right side is facing out and the seams are on the inside.

**Attaching Buttons:**

With the back panel facing, fold front panel down over the top of the back panel. With stitch markers mark the row where each button will be placed. Using a yarn needle and green yarn, sew each button in place.

Place a 20x20 pillow inside the cover and enjoy!

### Hello Fall Crochet Pillow Pillow Chart:

#### Crochet & Tag

I hope you have enjoyed making the Hello Fall Crochet Pillow Pattern!

If you have made this, please share it on social media. Above all I love to see the projects created with my patterns and also share your beautiful work.

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It is much appreciated and adored!

Janet

Hi I’m working on hello fall pillow and just realized row 58 was left out in the instructions and having to use the chart . Just wanted to let you know.

Theresa Krawczyk

When you did sc do you do it in just front loop or both loops?

Theresa Krawczyk

Hi when you did sc did you do through front loop or through both loops?

Briana Kepner

For this design, I did a regular single crochet through both loops.

Nenia Ryan

Just finishing this now, I love the way it's coming out! So pretty! Thank you for the pattern! And yes, Row 58 was left out but easy to figure out with the graph.

Maureen

Briana,

If you like these crafts you must try locker hooking. Such fun; easy; and the easiest craft I have ever done.

Maureen