We’re celebrating the arrival of Fall by putting together these Fall-inspired free crochet blanket patterns. These range from simple to advanced patterns all with that autumn touch.
Learn new crochet stitches or flex your crocheting muscles by tackling a big project like these. Whether these end up on your own sofa or someone else’s — these crochet blankets will surely have a welcome place in anyone’s home.
Autumn Rhapsody Blanket
This stitch sampler blanket crochet pattern is a gorgeous Fall-themed stitch sampler. A loving homage to all things Fall. Featuring two brand new stitches designed specifically for this blanket – the Sunflower Stitch and the Mum Stitch!
Crochet Fireside Throw Blanket
This crochet fireside throw blanket will look so beautiful this fall. The colors remind me of an autumn sunset or a warm fire burning in the fireplace. I love to use crochet items that are useful to help bring the colors of the season into my home decor.
Via Pattern Princess
Woodland Stripes Crochet Blanket
A Woodland Stripes Crochet Blanket could go perfectly in your living room or nursery this fall. You can make the stripes any color you want but the orange, green, and brown theme is great way to keep autumn around all year long.
Cozy Cabin Afghan
Close your eyes and imagine you’re in a cabin in the woods, curled under this Cozy Cabin Afghan as the wind blows autumn leaves around outside. That’s where this easy crochet afghan pattern can take you, with its attractive chevron pattern. Decorate for fall with this lovely afghan which will give your home that autumn air through Thanksgiving. Learn how to make an afghan with unmistakable character that your friends and relatives will beg you to replicate!
Via All Free Crochet
Fall Foliage Afghan
The Fall Foliage Afghan was inspired by the colors of the falling leaves in Autumn! You can use this gorgeous and warm blanket all the way through Thanksgiving. Or customize it with whatever colors you wish. This stitch pattern creates a solid and thick fabric, perfect for fighting off that Autumn chill. For the majority of the blanket, you will use only half double crochets and double crochets. The staggered stripes create visual interest and because of the four rows per stripe pattern, all of your ends are on one side of the blanket.
Mocha Ripple Throw
This is the Mocha Ripple throw and it’s a gorgeous mix of warm, deep browns and creamy neutrals. It reminds me of a cup of coffee or hot chocolate after spending the day out shopping in the brisk Autumn air.
Spicy Diamond Blanket
Spice up your crochet with the Spicy Diamond Blanket. This blanket gets its name from the colors used because they look like pumpkin spice, cinnamon, etc. It’s a cool twist on a harlequin blanket with its diamond crochet motif. This blanket pattern would make a fantastic fall blanket or you can change up the colors to make it match the decor in your house or your favorite colors.
Crochet Afghan Fall Colors
This is a quick and fairly easy crochet Afghan pattern. Perfect for the fall this Afghan uses Sport weight yarn and still works up fast! The stitch used is a variation of the waffle stitch / side saddle stitch and I was first introduced to it while crocheting a Christening gown. I think the stitch makes for a really nice texture and drape for a lighter throw. I made a few of these in different color combinations and just love the ombre effect!
Via Crochet Therapy
Fall Pumpkin Blanket
This simple pumpkin blanket crochet pattern will be sure to get you in the mood for the season of all things “pumpkin”!
Lily’s Garden Striped Granny Afghan
You may be wondering how to go about selecting colors. I knew I wanted to use about 9 different colors to represent squashes, lettuces, leaves, grass, grapes, and berries. With that in mind and images of autumn, I was off to select some of my favorites. I ended up with 13. I felt if I used them all, there wouldn’t be much of a contrast between them all so I decided to start with 5 as a base color (main color) and 4 to highlight. My ratio for creating the pattern would be 2 rows of base color to 1 row of highlight. The entire blanket is created this way!
Autumn Shell Blanket
It’s officially crochet season and what better way to start with a nice Autumn Blanket. I really love how the shell stitch looks and how wonderful the color way worked itself out.
Via Sunset Knots
Autumn Squares Blanket
There is nothing more fun and relaxing than working on projects that have an easy to follow, familiar patterns to crochet. This pattern takes one skein each of Red Heart Super Saver colors Pale Yellow, Cornmeal, and Gold; two skeins of Carrot, and three skeins of Fall.
Via Ann Regis
Autumn Aster Blanket
Autumn Aster is, as the name suggests a thick, dense and warm blanket. Crochet experience is recommended, as it contains some special stitches.
Via Fingers Croched
Autumn Log Cabin Throw
Colors of the season combined with contemporary style to complete this crochet throw that’s perfect to celebrate autumn. Easily stitch in Red Heart Super Saver using the rich tones featured. This log cabin throw is a lovely accent in the family room and looks right at home at the cottage. Swap out shades to create a whole new blanket when the season changes again!
If you’re a fast crocheter, you can make at least one of these just in time for Fall to roll in and for you to sit right next to the fire draped in your beautiful creation.