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Fall Garland Crochet Pattern

September 12, 2017

I’m pretty sure I’m not alone when I say I LOVE FALL. As soon as September hit, I got started on my fall decor.

That included making a garland with pumpkins, acorns, leaves, ribbon, and raffia.

I also added some rustic pumpkins using these patterns from Megmade With Love! I adore these pumpkins and had to force myself to stop making them. Running out of yarn was a good motivator 😉


Leaf Pattern: I made three different leaf patterns, each pattern in 3 colors (giving me 9 leaves total) You can find the leaf patterns HERE.

Pumpkin Pattern: There are five little pumpkins in the garland. That pattern is HERE.

Acorn Pattern: There are also five acorns. You can find the acorn pattern HERE.

Optional: jute, raffia, ribbon
yarn needle

easy to intermediate


After crocheting all the pieces, line them up in the order you prefer. Take a long pieces of jute (or yarn, or whatever you’d like to use 🙂 ) and your yarn needle, attach the pieces to the jute.

Either leave it the way it is, or add any adornments you’d like. I tied on raffia and pieces of ribbon in between each of the crocheted pieces.

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