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    Crochet Autumn Blanket FREE PATTERN

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    ✅ Autumn is one of the most beautiful times of the year, with its warm, rich tones and fresh, crisp air. And for those who love crochet, a hand-knit fall blanket is the perfect way to embrace the season and create a cozy atmosphere at home.

    ✅ In this article, we will present you with a free pattern to create your own crochet autumn blanket, which is perfect for snuggling up on cool afternoons and enjoying a hot cup of tea. The blanket features warm, rich tones, evoking the colors of fallen leaves and autumn sunsets. 

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    ✅ The pattern is easy to follow and is perfect for those who have experience crocheting and want to try something new. We’ll also share some helpful tips on the right materials and weaving techniques to create a high-quality blanket that you can enjoy for many years.

    So get ready to start knitting and create your own crochet fall blanket with our free pattern. It will be the perfect addition to your home and a treasure to cherish during the fall months!


    ✅ Pc: Chain.

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    ✅ Pb: Low point.

    ✅ Pa: High point.

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    ✅ Mpa: Half high point.

    ✅ Pr: Sliding point.

    ✅ FPdc: High point on the front post.


    ✅ Soft White (A) – 3 skeins.

    ✅ Black (B) – 1 skein.

    ✅ Gray Heather (C) – 3 skeins.

    ✅ Cherry Red (D) – 2 skeins.

    ✅ 6.5mm hook [US K-10.5].

    ✅ Thread needle.


    ✅ Blanket measures approximately 49” x 65”.


    ✅ 11 points = 4”; 8 rows = 4” in pattern.


    With A, pc135.

    Row 1 (right side): Dc in 4th sc from hook and in each sc across; tour – 133 points.

    Row 2: Sc 1, sc in each dc across on top of sc 3; tour.

    Row 3: Sc 2, skip first sc, FPdc, * dc in next sc, FPdc; repeat from * to last sc; mpa in the last sc; tour.

    Row 4: Sc 1, sc in each stitch across and on top of sc 2; tour.

    Row 5: Sc 2, skip first sc, dc in next sc, * Fdc, dc in next sc; repeat from * to last sc; mpa in the last sc; tour.

    Row 6: Repeat row 4.

    Repeat rows 3-6 one more time changing to C in the last stitch.

    Repeat rows 3-6 for the pattern while working the color sequence as follows: * 4 rows C, 2 rows each B, D, B, 4 rows C **, 10 rows A, 2 rows of each D, C, D, B, D, C, D, 10 rows A; repeat from * two more times and then from * to ** again; with A, work 8 rows. Button up.


    Round 1: With right side facing, join B in either corner; sc 1, * (sc, sc 1, sc) all in the corner, sc evenly spaced to the next corner; repeat from * around; join with a tr to the first sc. Button up.

    Round 2: With the right side facing, join C at any point; sc 1, sc in same stitch as binding, *insert hook into next stitch to right and pull through one loop, yarn over and pull through the 2 loops on hook; repeat from * around for reverse sc; unite Button up. Weave the ends.

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