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Autumn Crochet – Beautiful crochet patterns in stunning fall colors!

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Autumn crochet is so comfy and relaxing. There’s just nothing like sitting with your yarn on a cool evening while creating something beautiful. It’s warm and comforting and the colors are so homey. Bonus points if you make your autumn crochet in front of a fireplace while enjoying a cup of tea, cocoa or coffee.

Here are the names and links to seven free autumn crochet patterns so you can be warm and cozy this fall.

1) Harvest Poncho by Jessie At Home
“The Harvest Poncho is a lovely autumn crochet poncho made with fall colors. This free crochet pattern is quick and easy to make and also super soft when made with Red Heart Fashion Soft yarn.”

2) Wrap Me in Diamonds by Stitching Together
“This free autumn crochet pattern for the gorgeous, Wrap Me in Diamonds crochet scarf, is suitable even for an advanced beginner. If you can chain, single, and double crochet, then you can make this!”

3) I’ve Got Pumpkins On the Belly by Divine Debris
“This week’s design is one I’ve shown off on Instagram for a while and it seems like she’s got more fans that I do!”

4) Botanical Garden Square by Blackstone Designs
“As I was working on this square, it reminded me of walking through botanical gardens. High rows of hedges and flowers creating small pathways as you walk through.”

5) Lansdowne Basket by Sincerely, Pam
“This pattern is such a fun one! It uses the humble hdc stitch to make this incredible texture and the size is easily customizable.”

6) Autumn Air by Stitches ‘N’ Scraps
“The Autumn Air cowl, with its blocks of fall colors, will take you through the season in style. This entrelac technique is a great introduction to the basics of Tunisian crochet, because it’s worked one small square at a time.”

7) Kenzie Cowl by Crochet Kim
“The Kenzie cowl showcases two different weights and types of yarns for a truly unique look. It introduces the use of a double-ended hook to learn Tunisian crochet in-the-round in a spiraling technique.”

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