Fall Leaves Free Crochet Pattern


If this Fall Leaves Free Crochet Pattern doesn't get you in the autumn mood, we don't know what will! The season of changing leaves, pumpkins, Halloween, and crisp breezes is one of our favorites. You can bring the colorful leaves into your decorations for Thanksgiving with this crochet pattern. Scatter them on the table around the feast or around the house pretty much anywhere. These decorations are tasteful and yet give your home exactly the push into fall that it needs.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeApproximately 4 in. x 5 in.

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We have two huge maple trees in our back garden, and every year I look anxiously for the first hints of color. Working up these lovely leaves will give me a head start on Autumn! In addition to the solid colored leaves, I have the perfect ombre yarn, too. Its called Marrakesh (Red Heart Super Saver), and it has all the Fall colors combined into a single skein.

Living in Florida the leaves only change from green to black.mi grew up in Vermont, it's so frustrating for me. So I really like patterns like these. This is a very easy one. Last year I made up a bunch and put them on my Fall wreath. They are so pretty. This year I want to hook some new ones together to make a table runner.

These autumn leaves are very cute! They are really easy to make. You won't realize how many you are making as you pass the time mindlessly working these leaves. I would even choose a variegated yarn for some of the leaves to add interest. If you wanted to make it more personalized and creative, I say hot glue some bugle beads on there!

This is a great fall decoration. i am going to make a bunch and string them together to make a garland.

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Definitely an easy pattern. Used this as my first time trying to decipher a written pattern, and I definitely have recognizable leaves! So that's pretty exciting. It was even logical enough that I was able to make adjustments if I wanted to alter how the points appeared just a little if I thought I needed to, despite the fact that I'm a total beginner. Anyway, this is a really nice, simple pattern that served it's purpose perfectly.


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