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21 Charming Crochet Bookmarks to Make for Your Favorite Autumn Book

If you love books and crochet, this round up of 21 Crochet Bookmark Patterns is bound to put a spell on you. Pssst… these make great gift ideas for other book lovers in your life. Keep reading to find your next charming crochet bookmark pattern.

21 charming crochet bookmark patterns

Books, Coffee, Yarn, Repeat

All are included in a regular morning for me. I purposely wake up earlier than my family to enjoy some sweet solitude with a mug of coffee in one hand, and a book in the other. It’s the moment to get my head into gear so that I can care for my family. Once the caffeine ignites my bloodstream, I move to the closest WIP (work in progress) to process what’s on the day’s agenda, or what’s on my heart. This morning routine makes waking up early not so bad anymore. (Don’t tell that to my 18 year old self, she would be devastated to know her older self CHOOSES to wake up before sunrise.)

This time of year – Sweet September – my soul starts to prepare for the great hibernation of winter. It starts to pull my legs under a soft blanket, and sip my coffee a little longer. My skin starts to tingle with the magic of a changing season that draws my attention to books filled with lore, magic, and a fantasy world.

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Why a roundup of Crochet Bookmark Patterns?

In August, I crocheted my first bookmark and fell in love with using it. The squishy yarn contrasted with the feel of paper that felt like sitting down with a cup of tea for the first time during a long day. Then I thought, “I need to collect bookmark patterns, and share them with fellow bookworms!”

As a bonus, there are 7 seasonally appropriate novels that go with the bookmark patterns. These books tell stories of magic and fantasy; ideal for the shifting daily, and dropping morning temperatures. I hope that you find an interesting book to pick up from your local library, bookshop, or favorite online seller. You may look through these book suggestions and think, “hmm.. just not for me,” but we’ll still be connected on two things…

  1. We love to crochet.
  2. We love to read.

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Here’s how to navigate this crochet bookmark pattern roundup…

There are 7 book suggestions before 3 bookmark or book sleeve crochet patterns. Find the crochet pattern by clicking the pattern’s underlined title.

Where to find the book suggestions…

You may have the *perfect* place to source for your book collection. However, I highly recommend ThriftBooks.com (US residents) for your next read. It’s the online shop I keep coming back to if my local library doesn’t have it, or if I want a physical copy for my personal library. Last, if you haven’t heard about the Libby App for your local library card, you need to download it right now. Hands down, the best app for eBooks and audiobooks that you borrow from your local library.

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21 Charming Crochet Bookmark Patterns.

Book 1 – Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Okay, Outlander. Yes, I included it. Yes, I am thoroughly smitten by this series. If you’ve seen the TV Series, and wasn’t too impressed, don’t count this one out. You’ll find it in the “Romance” section of the library or book shop, but it’s far more written as a fantasy novel than a romance novel. (Bridgerton comes to mind as an authentic romance novel.) Every Autumn, I crack open the next book in the series, and it doesn’t disappoint me.

Enjoy these three timeless crochet bookmarks just like Claire Fraser from Outlander.

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Woven Stitch Bookmark
by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

Diamond Lace Bookmark
by Rich Textures Crochet

Lotte Lace Corner Bookmark
by Blue Star Crochet

Book 2 – In the Company of Witches by Auralee Wallace

You can’t go wrong with the sweet, must-read-in-one-sitting novel of Brynn Warren. Her personal struggle pulls you into an everyday American town alight with magic. Consider this book a witchy mystery best read on a chilly evening and a cup of apple cinnamon tea. If you’re lucky to live in a place where “chilly” equals a balmy 75 degrees F, this novel will help bring that Autumn crips air into your home.

Delight your crochet hook with these three bookmarks for a witchy novel.

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Cat Bookmark
by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts

Wander iPad Cover
by Crochets by Trista

Star Bookmark
by Fosbas Designs

Book 3 – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter is a classic. CLASSIC. This YA (young adult) novel is a story for all. I don’t think there’s a person on the planet who hasn’t heard of Harry Potter. In case you have no clue who I’m talking about, I highly suggest you checkout this book from your local library. The magical adventure of Harry is one of the best stories written. Psst.. you  can always skip the read to watch the movie(s) while crocheting. This is something I try to do every Autumn.

Here are three crochet bookmarks + eReader covers to get you ready for Hogwarts.

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Happy Monster Crochet Bookmark
by A Crocheted Simplicity

Cozy Tablet Tote
by Handmade by Stacy J

Sweet Stripes Book Sleeve
by Green Fox Farms Designs

Book 4 – The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling

Full on witchy romance read here. Vivienne Jones is a delightful character dealing with a broken heart the only way a witch knows how – with a hex. Then, she has to fix the problem she creates. We all can relate to that one, right? This book is what I like to call a “fluffy read”. It’s easy to read, fast moving, but engaging. Highly recommend if you need a break from reading thick, extremely well written novels or non-fiction.

Must love frills + yarn for these three bookmarks.

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YARN Filet Bookmark
by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts

Crescent Bookmark
by Rich Textures Crochet

Bruges Lace Bookmark
by Golden Lucy Crafts

Book 5 – Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Normally, I’m not a thriller reader because I read before I go to bed. The last thing I want is to have odd dreams. Mexican Gothic is the kind of book to give you odd dreams, but you won’t regret cracking it open. Moreno-Garcia tells a fantastic story placed in the mountains outside of Mexico City. You’ll fall in love with the main character, and how she solves the mystery. Highly recommend listening to this one while you cook dinner or fold laundry… during the daytime.

Just add water for these plant inspired bookmarks.

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Seedling Bookmark
by Stitch by Fay

Simple Crochet Bookmark
by Pine Tree Crochet

Dainty Daisy Bookmark
by Daisy Cottage Designs

Book 6 – The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner

This is another novel that I listened to while I cleaned the house or crocheted. It was easy to slide into, and be enveloped by the stories. Yup, there are two story lines – present day, and 18th Century, London. It’s a fantastic read to dig into during the Fall. There’s no magic, ghosts, or ghouls in this novel, but story of revenge, and how the characters are all connected.

Check out these vintage-esque bookmarks + book sleeve to take you back to the 1700s.

21 charming crochet bookmark patterns high desert yarn

Crochet Book Sleeve
by Blue Star Crochet

Diadem Lace Bookmark
by Made by Gootie

Suzette Stitch Bookmark
by Sweet Bee Crochet

Book 7 – Paper, Rock, Scissors by Alice Feeney

Another thriller that you won’t be able to put down. This novel takes place in the present day Highlands of Scotland… in the dead of winter. What could go wrong? Paper, Rock, Scissors will put you on the edge of your seat until you discover the mystery.

Keep your book/eReader safe, because you will bring this novel with you everywhere.

Kindle Cover
by Ambassador Crochet

Elegant Bookmark
by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

Crochet Tablet Envelope
by Madame Stitch

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