Ready to Get Hooked on Fall? Discover 15 Fall Crochet Home Decor Patterns to Transform Your Home this Autumn!
As the days grow shorter and the temperature drops, there’s nothing like a touch of homemade décor to add warmth and comfort to your surroundings.
In this blog post, we’ve rounded up 15 of the most enchanting crochet patterns to bring the essence of fall right into your living room, kitchen, and even your bedroom!
Whether you’re a crochet newbie or a seasoned pro, these patterns offer a range of difficulty levels and styles, from classic to modern.
Add a dash of autumnal magic to your home with these meticulously chosen crochet projects!
15 Fall Crochet Home Decor Patterns for an Autumn Makeover
Good morning friends! I hope you’re having a cozy fall morning.
Speaking of fall, we are officially less than a week away from the autumnal equinox (official fall.) So while it’s time to start making those sweaters and socks, it’s also time to bring out the fall decor.
But (as is our motto) why buy when you can make?
Crochet home decor is so fun, easy, and limitless. There are pumpkins. There are blankets. There are wreaths.
And there are fifteen more fall crochet home decor items that I’ve included in this list that will make your home (or someone else’s) a fall paradise.
Crochet Fall Home Decor Patterns
Embrace the Cozy Charm of Autumn with These 15 Fall Crochet Home Décor Patterns!
As the leaves change color and the air gets crisper, it's the perfect time to add warmth and coziness to your living space. This blog post is your ultimate guide to transforming your home into a fall sanctuary, one stitch at a time.
From rustic pumpkins and textured throws to festive garlands and chic table settings, these curated crochet patterns are not just stylish but also beginner-friendly.
Don't miss out on these autumn-inspired projects that promise to make every corner of your home feel like a cozy fall retreat!
Take your crochet pumpkins up a notch by making them in this gorgeous pumpkin orange and white plaid. This pattern can be easily created with crochet and is a nice touch to an already fun fall decoration.
His amigurumi candy corn is such a cute Halloween decoration for the fall season.
This level of amigurumi is super beginner-friendly, and it’s easy to make a whole bunch for an entryway table or a fall craft market. If you're up for it, they would also make a great extra gif for trick-or-treaters!
Crochet one instead of buying one with this Mornings of Autumn crochet wreath. It features a pumpkin, several leaves in various fall colors, an acorn, and a burgundy bow on the top to tie it all together.
You’ll feel so happy whenever you get to your front door and see one of your creations. The pattern is available on Sewrella’s website for free.
Finally, on our list is this unique decoration that I personally think should be in every home.
Fall is the time of year when we tend to have more guests at the house with the holidays, and with more guests, you need more seating.
This pumpkin pouf serves as a footrest, an extra seat, or a poofy pillow. It’s so fun, and may even stay out all year round. The pattern is available for free on Repeat Crafter Me’s website.
As the leaves fall and the air turns crisp, there’s no better time to infuse your home with the comforting and cozy vibes of autumn.
We hope this roundup of 15 fall crochet home décor patterns has inspired you to pick up your crochet hook and add a handmade touch to your seasonal decorations.
Whether you opt for a rustic pumpkin centerpiece, a snuggly throw blanket, or a festive fall garland, each project promises not just a charming décor piece but also the satisfaction of creating something beautiful with your own hands.
So go ahead—make this fall a season to remember with these crochet projects that turn your home into a warm and inviting autumn haven.
Hannah is the eldest of the Bonner family’s three kiddos. She graduated from the University of North Texas with her Bachelors in Elementary Education. She enjoys reading, yoga, movies & TV, and (obviously) crocheting. She is excited about furthering her writing career & spending her days surrounded by yarn. All the yarn.