10 Free Patterns for Fall Decor

In the fall, we see some of the most brilliant colors all around us. There’s warmth and bright autumn hues with reds, oranges, and yellows. It’s always fun to see the piles of leaves (and even jump in a few) as well as how the earth is preparing itself for the cool winter ahead. During this time, it’s great to have your yarn stocked up in autumn colors to crochet (or knit) decorations because there are so many amazing ideas for fall bunting, potholders, tablerunners, and more that you’ll want to make before the holiday season sets in and Christmas crafting takes over!

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10 Free Patterns for Fall Decor

This roundup has seven crochet and three knit fall decor ideas for you to dive into. Not only will this collection help you figure out how to use the yarn colors you already have in your stash, but it may even inspire you to get some more! Does your table feel bare and not set for Thanksgiving dinner? Or is your mantle looking for a bit of pizzaz? Maybe you want the door to give your guests a nice warm fall welcome? Here’s a list of free crochet and knit autumn decoration patterns you’re sure to love!

7 Crochet Patterns for Fall Decor:

You can use bright warm colors of yarn to crochet away these gorgeous, fun pieces of decoration:

Autumn Leaves Decor by See Love Share

The table is one of those spaces where you can add a lot of fun fall decor items such as pumpkins, acorns, leaves, and more. This simple beginner-friendly autumn crochet pattern would be a great addition (or, even a stand alone even) to your table. It’s also an adaptable pattern that can be modified to make so much more, such as a throw (by adding more panels) or a scarf (using a single panel).

Pumpkin Potholder by Raffamusa Designs

While serving all those yummy dishes this fall, this is the perfect potholder which can double as a placemat. It’s made in tapestry crochet, quite compact without any holes, making it very practical. It’s part of the Farmhouse Collection of free tapestry crochet potholder patterns.

Embrace Autumn Pillow Cover by Pattern Princess

This is a free chic crochet cushion cover made with buttons so you can easily remove the pillow as needed. With its warm hues, it adds both elegance and fall flair and is worked up simply with the granny spike stitch in a zig-zag pattern.

Autumn Acorn Coasters by Crochet Memories

With the weather cooling up and the warm beverages increasing in quantity, it’s important to keep those pesky little stains off your woodwork tops. That’s where these handmade crochet acorn coasters come in!

Autumn Spice Mandala Doily by Bella Crochet

This mandala comes with clear instructions and you can expand the row repeats according to the surface you’re making it for, or use a bigger hook if you want a chunkier look. Set it across the back of your sofa, wrap it around a bouquet, place it under a vase – the uses for a gorgeous crochet doily like this are endless!

Autumn Leaf Cutlery Pouch by Sincerely Pam

You’ve got a fine tablerunner and some gorgeous placemats – that’s when crochet cutlery pouches come in. You can tie your decor together with these and keep your silverware all snug and scratchless as well.

Winter Squash by Winding Road Crochet

Last, but not least, we must certainly not forget the signature pumpkins. Here’s a list of all you’ll need – squash, small pumpkins, cinched or segmented pumpkins – it’s all in one place!

3 Knit Patterns for Fall Decor:

In the world of knitting, you can craft up some gorgeous fall decor items, too!

Autumn Bunting by Frankie Brown

This bundle consists of eleven knitted flags of which six are striped and the rest have “Autumn” (or Fall, if you’d like) sewn on them, one letter each. You can choose to hang them all separately or together. Aside from these, there are five flags with two types of knit leaves, a toadstool, a hedgehog, and a fox’s face. What great fun putting this all together!

Pumpkin Mug Rug by Briana K Designs

When you put down that mug of pumpkin spice, this knit mug rug will be waiting to catch any stains and keep your countertop all clean this season! This pattern also includes a crochet version.

Woodland Wreath, Oak by Frankie Brown

This pattern has two sizes of leaves and some lovely acorns which you can make as many of to put together in this knit wreath.

Still looking for more fall decor inspiration for a project you have in mind this autumn season? Check out these these posts for more fall knit and crochet patterns!

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