This blog post was originally posted in September-October 2020 as a Blog Hop. All coupon codes are inactive, but there are some wonderful patterns (some are free!) to get you inspired for crocheting in the fall.
FALL IS HERE! It’s hands down my favorite season–relief from the hot summer sun, cool mornings, and the anticipation of the holidays. Since you’re here, I bet you like Fall, too. So, I’m kicking off the season with the Cozy + Comfy Fall 2020 Blog Hop!
Fashion for the whole family
The Cozy + Comfy Fall 2020 Blog Hop is all about Fall Fashion. Each day you will find a crochet pattern for chilly weather garments and accessories. There is something for everyone –babies, kids, and adults– in this Blog Hop!
Keep reading for all the cozy + comfy patterns.
Pebble Beanie by Fosbas Designs
The Pebble Beanie by Susanna at Fosbas Designs is a quick working project with lots of fun texture. This would be a lovely accessory piece for any wardrobe! Find more about this pattern on the Fosbas Designs Blog here.
Lemon Peel Mobius Cowl by Creations by Courtney
Curious about the word “mobius”? Courtney gives an explanation of this term, and tells you a little bit about the inspiration for this cowl on her blog. Head there now to read more about this pattern.
Popcorn Triangle Hat by Country Willow Designs
The geometric design of this winter hat nods to the art deco style of the mid-century. However, Sheri at Country Willow Designs brings this style up to date for 2020. Learn more about this patter, and get the link to the free download, by going to the Country Willow Blog.
Diamond Trellis Cowl by Ambassador Crochet
Need a some extra texture in your life? Then, the Diamond Trellis Cowl by Ambassador Crochet is your pattern. Follow this link to read more about the pattern.
Beatrix Shawl by Blue Star Crochet
This shawl says, “Make me and put me on!” If you’re interested in trying a project with fingerling weight yarn–this one is it! Check out the pattern on the Blue Star Crochet Blog.
Winter Skies Asymmetrical Scarf by Three Fates Creations
A well-used self-striping yarn can create the loveliest finished piece! Today’s free pattern from Three Fates Creations uses the Lion Brand Mandala yarn to create an easy color block design. The lighter yarn also gives this scarf beautiful drape. You can learn more about this design from the Three Fates Creations Blog.
Plum Perfect Footed Leggings by Sweet Potato 3
Christine from Sweet Potato 3 designed the sweetest pair of leggings! These would make a lovely gift for a baby or toddler. You will love this classic design, and learning how to do the Counterpane Stitch. Head to her blog to read more about her pattern.
Spiral Mitts by The Crafty Therapist
The first thing you notice about the Spiral Mitts pattern from Jan at The Crafty Therapist is this texture! Found out how she creates the spiral shell design by getting the Spiral Mitts pattern today for free. Head to The Crafty Therapist blog to read more about this pattern.
Sweet and Simple Messy Bun Hat by Carroway Crochet
If you have never tried making a messy bun hat, here is your chance! The Sweet and Simple Messy Bun Hat from Pam at Carroway Crochet is an easy, beginner friendly crochet project. Learn more about this crochet pattern on her blog.
Elisabeth Faux Fur Cowl by Cosy Rosie UK
Does Faux Fur Yarn intimidate you? Anyone else raising their hand? Fiona from Cosy Roseie UK created a collection of crochet patterns designed to help you master the faux fur yarn. Head to her blog to read about how she uses faux fur yarn.
Livenza Scarf and Shawl Modification by Rebekah Haas
Rebekah’s inspiration for the Livenza Scarf and Shawl comes from one of her adventures to Polcenigo–a quaint little village in Italy. It is an intermediate crochet pattern, and features a rippling braid stitch. She even provides some styling tips! Read more about the Livenza Scarf and Shawl here on her blog.
The Giving Beanie by Desamour Designs
The texture in this beanie is unreal! This beanie is for the advanced beginner crocheter, and uses only the double crochet stitch. Discover out more about this pattern, and find the link to the PDF on Ravelry here.
Sweet Stripes Circle Scarf by Green Fox Farms
This is a self striping cowl with sizes from toddler through adult. Lisa from Green Fox Farms even added a variation to change it from a cowl to a neck warmer! Check out the pattern here.
Fall Stripes Prayer Shawl by Remington Lane
This is a lovely, beginner-friendly shawl with a simple stripe pattern. The Fall Stripes Prayer Shawl would be a great addition to any wardrobe as fall transitions into colder weather. Check out the pattern here.