Easy Fall Knits To Make In A Weekend

fall knits

My favourite season – Autumn is here and I have been enjoying it from the comforts of my parent’s house in the UK.

With the cold crisp and sometimes sunny weather, I have become more than enthusiastic about starting new knitting projects and finishing old ones.

So many colours and yarns are to be found here, I have treated myself to a new Rowan pattern book, yarns from Rico and Sirdar, plus new packaging for my Etsy shop from Paperchase.

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Easy Fall Knits

I just love the creative vibes I get from being in the UK, the colours of the changing leaves, the countryside walks, exploring castles and of course reading British design magazines.

The fall colours I am in love with right now, ranging from greens, blues and teal to browns, creams and burnt orange.

The autumnal colour palettes are best found from nature, with thick chunky yarns used to make hats and scarves for the colder months.

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easy fall knits

If you are new to knitting and want to learn how to knit there are many easy and free patterns on my website, just take a look at my knitting pattern library, with patterns for women, men, baby, kids, pets and the home.

If you are a knitter – there are so many amazing fall knitting patterns– take a look at this post and find something you can make for fall.

There are also many fall outfit ideas that you can get from Instagram influencers.

Take a look at these wonderful fall images and free knitting patterns >

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Fall Colour Palette

Get inspiration from this fall colour palette and plan your October knitting projects.

With greens, orange, browns and blues there are yarns in yummy fall colours just waiting to be made into sweaters, scarves, hats and socks.

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Inspirational colours this season include; greens and burnt orange.

Go for textured yarns in stunning colours, like neutral colours mixed with a bright green.

fall forest

Greens are mixing well with dark greys and teal blues.

Chunkier yarns are also a firm favourite with knitters as large chunky knits are still really popular.

Yarns like Rowan big wool is one of my go-to yarns for the autumn/winter.


Infinity Scarf Knitting Pattern

If you are looking for a great beginners knitting pattern for an infinity scarf, then this pattern is for you!

Take a look at this infinity scarf pattern that can be knitted with various textured chunky yarns.

I used Rowan big wool for most of it, adding in a mohair green yarn to give a strip of colour.

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Boot Cuffs Knitting Pattern

Perfect for those fall walks, these knitted boot cuffs look great!

Wear them on autumn days when you take a walk through the park.

Made with a textured yarn, they are an easy make for the beginner knitter.

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Pumpkin Knitting Pattern

The one thing I really love about October is that pumpkins are everywhere.

Make your own mini pumpkin with this free pattern.

The pumpkin knitting pattern is easy to follow, making it perfect for all knitters.

Make many in various fall colours and decorate your home, or give away to friends. They make great little decorations, I have some in my living room.


Go For A Fall Walk

Get colour inspiration for your fall knits from your surroundings – go for a walk in the park or your nearest forest and photograph anything that inspires you.

As the parks and gardens around us become alive with fall colours, take a walk and enjoy all of the beautiful scenery.

Even better when you can wear your Barbour jacket, boots and hand knitted scarf.

Say hello to the crisp air……

*The 4 photographs below were taken in Alnwick Gardens and Alnwick Castle in Northumberland*

What are you planning on making this fall?

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1 Comment

  1. donna hassold
    September 17, 2018 / 2:46 pm

    extra easy extra fabulous sweater pattern

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