Cozy Fall Free Crochet Pattern Round Up!
It is here!!! The first day of fall has arrived! The tree in my backyard has been warning me that autumn is approaching by dropping a yellow leaf here, a brown leaf there - but this morning, that nymph is adorned fully in gold, sprinkling the autumn glitter of beautifully turned leaves across my yard! Yes, my husband won’t appreciate it, but the kids and I do!
We are all ready to get outside and play in the MUCH cooler weather, ready to walk through the fall markets to pick out mums and pumpkins. We are ready for fall bakes, bonfires, and family fun - and personally, I’m ready for some fall makes!
Any other crocheter out there more than ready to pull out the tweeds and chunky yarns to create some fun fall fashion? Ready for the thick and quick cowls, beanies, and other cool weather wearables? I’ve got you covered! Check it out - I’ve teamed up with some of my favorite designers to bring you five fun and cozy fall crochet patterns - each completely FREE!! Read through and pick out your next (or first?) fall project!
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What time is it? Fall! What do we want? Cozy hats and pumpkin spice lattes! But seriously, this Heather Beanie is the perfect “walk through the pumpkin patch in the evening” beanie! Made with super bulky/6 weight yarn and an 8mm hook - you better believe it works up quickly! Personally, I LOVE a quick project - I find it super satisfying to finish something in a single sitting. This cozy fall Heather Beanie is the perfect pattern for that instant crochet satisfaction! Of course, with how beautiful and how quick this cozy crochet pattern works up, it will be the perfect fall market make! Can you just imagine that amazing texture keeping your ears warm on crisp autumn walks? As far as free cozy crochet patterns go, the Heather Beanie is definitely one to check out!
This pattern recommends Lion Brand Thick and Quick is 100% acrylic yarn. If you are looking for that extra cozy factor, you can use the Wool-Ease Thick and Quick which is a 10% wool blend. Either way, this cozy fall hat pattern is just waiting for your 8 mm hook!
This unique fall cowl is thick, cozy, and a fun take on the popular C2C (corner to corner) crochet technique! I’ve definitely made my share of corner to corner blankets - but a garment?? How cool is that? This cozy pattern perfectly cuddles your neck, keeping that early morning chill at bay! It tucks neatly into a coat or blazer, keeping you warm while making a stunning fashion statement.
This statement piece crochet cowl is made using Big Twist Chunky yarns - this yarn is discontinued, so some good yarn subs would be Bernat Softee Chunky, or Lion Brand Thick and Quick.
When it comes to cozy fall crochet, this unique cowl pattern definitely takes the pumpkin spice cake!
As excited as I am about fall, it is usually a short season here in central VA - here for a blink of an eye! Then winter grips us with her cold hands and demands we get cozy or freeze! I love the idea of making my own sweaters for both fall and winter, but I know many crocheters are intimidated to create their own fashion. Fear no more! This cozy crochet pullover pattern is designed to be simple for any level of crocheter to make - the perfect first garment! In fact, with sizes ranging from women’s xs - 3xl, this free crochet pattern really is designed to fit almost anyone! The exact measurements are included with the pattern, if you want to see if the pattern will fit you.
The pattern calls for Lion Brand Color Made Easy, a chunky/5 weight yarn. You could make it solid or striped, but either way, this pattern is a cozy contender for my fall hooks!
The Colourway Cowl creates a cozy pop of fall excitement with the bright, fun stripes! Made with one hank of the original Caron x Pantone (5 weight) yarn, each section of the braid makes one stripe of this beautiful cowl. The cozy secret to this free crochet pattern download is in the texture! Subtle and cozy, this crochet cowl features alternating front post and back post stitches to create a snug neck warmer. Made in one size, the cowl will fit a child loosely and be more fitted on an adult.
This pattern is a free PDF download available through Ravelry (click the link above or photo to be directed to the download). Texture and color come together in the perfect cozy pair in this free crochet cowl pattern!
It’s cozy. It’s got color. AND it has amazing colorwork technique! The deisnger behind this beauty is the queen of tapestry designs! The Autumn Diamonds Hat pattern is an incredible example of her colorworking skills. Made by alternating two colors of yarn to create the stunning pattern, this hat is everything unique and cozy. This free crochet pattern also uses Lion Brand Thick and Quick - which is, as you know, quick to work up!
This pattern uses Super Bulky/6 weight yarn, like Lion Brand Hometown USA, Wool-Ease Thick and Quick, or Bernat Softee Chunky. Pick your two favorite colors, your 9 mm hook, and get this adorably cozy hat on your head in one weekend or less!
With all these beautiful, cozy fall patterns to choose from, do we really need to add one more? Of course! I can’t get enough of the fall coziness! If your falls are more like mine - slightly summery and oh, so temporary, check out my lightweight fall hat pattern!
Taking a different turn from the above patterns, this one features DK/3 weight yarn to create a lightweight slouchy hat pattern that is the perfect cozy accessory when fall seems little too warm for chunky weight yarn. Made almost entirely of half double crochet, this simple pattern features a single cable winding up the side of the hat, like all the roads winding eventually to the great city of Rome. I chose a gorgeous goldenrod colored yarn to bring a little extra autumn feel to this lightweight crochet hat pattern.
The yarn I used to make this pattern was a specialty yarn from a local yarn shop I visited on vacation - but you could use Bernat Softee Baby to make this beauty!
Now that fall is OFFICIALLY here - we can crochet all those cozy fall crochet patterns that have been on our wish list all summer! Fall fashion is some of my favorite, so you can bet I’ll be rocking a few of my fall crocheted accessories this year - which one will you make first?