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If you're celebrating the joys of the autumn harvest... or just need a new fruit bowl, then this cute harvest bowl crochet pattern is a quick and easy way to bring the joys of autumn into your home. You can find the Free harvest bowl crochet pattern on the Lion Brand website, and you can also the patterns for the acorns pictured as well as other free thanksgiving crochet patterns.
Pumpkins and gourds are many a gardeners highlight in fall, are often included in Thanksgiving cornucopias and make fantastic autumn decorations in their own right (plus if they're dried properly they can last for months or even years!). But you can use your crochet skills to skip the months of growing and quickly hook up 3 different sized pumpkins with these free pumpkin crochet patterns instead!
Nothing marks the change in season quite like seeing leaves change colour from summer greens to autumnal oranges. This gorgeous free autumn leaf pattern by is the perfect fall crochet pattern for marking the change in seasons, and not only makes a fun and challenging project but will also make a fab decoration. Check out the Free autumn leaf crochet pattern
We couldn't write a list of autumn crochet patterns without including a free thanksgiving crochet pattern for our friends across the pond - and this super-small amigurumi turkey by Mevlinn Gusick is a sweet and swift crochet make that you can hook up in no time! Find the Free amigurumi tiny turkey crochet pattern here.
Get all cosy during those autumn nights with the help of this free falling leaves throw crochet pattern by Red Heart. The throw is made in panels with the appliqué leaves added on afterwards, so you can customise it however you like - keep it subtle with just a few leaves, or go bold and really layer those leaves on!
When we think of Autumn, we think of the weather getting cooler, the evenings getting darker... and before you know it Halloween is upon us! If you're after a quick and easy make to celebrate the season, then you've got to try this Free pumpkin crochet pattern by Liz Ward - the best part is that it's a surprisingly simple project to make, with some simple stitches at the end to give your pumpkin it's ridges rather than having to do any complicated shaping!
Autumn leaves fade so quickly, but you can capture their beauty by making a mixed media collage. Gather up some leaves and photocopy them to use in your collages – this is a good project to make with children because the process highlights the details on the surface of the leaves. Discover how to make a mixed media leaf art collage with Barley & Birch.