If you are looking for your next wearable crochet project, then you can certainly find it here with this list of nineteen beautiful wearable crochet patterns to make this fall!
“Gratitude turns what we have into enough.”Melody Beattie
When it comes to our wardrobe, do we really ever have enough handmade items?
Never! I have heard some makers say that their goal is for their entire wardrobe to be handmade. That is quite a lofty goal, and one that I’m not sure I could attain.
I do, however, want MORE handmade items in my wardrobe. It’s so rewarding to be able to put something on that I made with my OWN TWO HANDS! Not only that, but there is so much gratification I feel when someone asks me if I made said item while out in public and I’m able to tell them, “Why yes! Yes I did!”
If you are looking for more items to add to your wardrobe, then I have an incredible list of wearable crochet patterns here for you to choose from! Each day from September 22-October 10th, there will be a new pattern download available for free! Each pattern download is only available for 24 hours though! I recommend you bookmark this post and check back each day to snag your download!
For more happy fall making, you can also check out my two latest designs:
While gratitude may make all that we have enough, I would have to say that crochet does quite the opposite, and what we end up with is…
…an endless list of projects on our wish list!
First up for wearable crochet patterns is the Glowing Seas Cowl by Three Fates Creations. This is a quick and comfy make for fall. The button accent really adds to the charm of this project so it’s a great compliment for any fall outfit!
The Beatrix Shawl by Blue Star Crochet is next on the list, and the drape of this shawl is flawless. The stitch pattern also creates great texture making this a perfect fall project for layering over your favorite flannel!
The Tunisian Bobblicious Set by Noors Knits is full of warm, squishy texture. It is a quick set to work up so it makes a great gift or market prep item. You could also whip up a set over the weekend for yourself so you can stay cozy and warm!
The Tweed Pullover Poncho by HanJanCrochet is a great layering piece. It would look great over a long-sleeved shirt or turtleneck for some extra warmth on chilly fall days, and the stitches provide great texture and visual interest!
Get ready for cozy! The Roxy Pullover by Denimade is the perfect fall wearable. It’s oversized fit makes it super comfortable while providing fabulous drape. This is definitely a project to make this fall!
This next design has intricate and amazing color work. The Shine Like a Diamond Cowl by Knitter Knotter features a pattern that very much resembles diamonds and would look great in any color combination while keeping you warm and cozy this fall!
The Charleigh Twist Headband by Crochetastic Designs has enough beautiful texture to be a stand-out fall wearable while keeping you cozy and warm on chilly days. The twist in the seam makes it an even more stunning piece!
The next of these wearable crochet patterns is the Gemstone Tunic by Crystalized Designs featuring open stitching contrast with solid rows for great pops of texture. The detail continues into the sleeve design, and the cowl neckline adds another great detail making it stylish and classy.
The Loopy Ear Warmer by Crochet Fosbas is an ingenious idea that makes it possible to wear a headband while your hair is in a ponytail! The unique loop and button design makes it easy to wrap around a ponytail so you can stay warm and cozy with your hair up.
The Pineapple Crown Sweater designed by yours truly is like wearing a blanket on a chilly fall or winter day. Made with bulky weight yarn, it works up quickly and makes a cozy and warm sweater that is great for snuggling up at home or braving the cold winter temps.
The Morrison Cardigan by Sincerely Pam screams “fall cozy feels” to me! It works up quickly with simple shaping and will easily become a wardrobe staple. Perfect for grabbing to run errands or stay cozy and warm at home in!
This beautiful Waves to the Point Shawl by Strings and Cuddles is the perfect layering piece to add some warmth to a fall outfit. It features a gorgeous ruffled edge that adds delicate visual interest. This pattern would pair well with your favorite hand-dyed yarn!
Next in the fall wearables roundup is this cozy Pacific Poncho by Carroway Crochet. It is good for chilly fall days around the fire pit roasting marshmallows and making s’mores. It’s a perfect beginner’s project as an intro to garment making since it requires no shaping and minimal seaming!
This beautiful sweater by Hooked Hazel truly is a classic. Designed in a basic pullover style, the Classic Tunisian Pullover is a great introduction to both garment making and Tunisian crochet. The style is flattering on any body type and looks great in any color!
This beautiful Daphne Cowl by No Hooks Given is a definite fall must-make! It features a gorgeous triangle shawl body with boho fringe while the hood provides extra warmth whether it’s worn over the head or just around the neck. This cowl is both warm and cozy!
When you tap the link below, you will be taken to the designer’s blog. From there you will see a code to use and a button that takes you to Ravelry to get your download!
The Paige Convertible Mod Scarf by Sunflower Cottage Crochet is versatile just as the name implies. It can be worn as a shawlette, hooded scarf, wrap scarf, hooded cowl, and more. The lovely texture also makes it interesting and fun to work up!
This stunning X-capade Cardigan design by Creations by Courtney is just fabulous. I love the unique back detail, and the front is very flowy making it forgiving and flattering on any body type. The sleeve shape complements the whole ensemble perfectly. This is definitely a piece to make and cozy up in this fall!
Next up is the Treviso Ear Warmer and Cowl set by Rebekah at Rebekah Haas Crochet. This set uses super chunky yarn, so it works up quickly! Not to mention it is also extra warm and cozy for fall! Who doesn’t love a matching ear warmer and cowl set?
This roundup of wearable crochet patterns for fall begins with the lovely High Low Sweater by Elisabeth over at Desamour Designs! The hemline varies in length as the name implies, and the sleeve length is perfect for a chilly fall day. A contrasting color ribbing for the neckline and hem adds to the visual interest and makes it easy to work up in a beautiful fall palette!
That’s all for now! Come back each day from now until October 10th to snag a FREE PDF download! I truly hope that you enjoy these patterns and are able to expand your handmade wardrobe this fall!
Happy fall and happy crocheting!
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