Knit & Crochet Projects for Fall

We are quickly closing in on Fall and one of my favorite things about the changing weather is the chance to start knitting some cold weather accessories. There are so many beautiful things to make, I’ve already got a list of things ready to go now that it won’t be too hot to have some wool in my hands. Here are some more things I’m adding to my list:

Cabled Arm Warmers

Cabled Arm Warmers

This is a pattern of my own creation, and I think it’s a really fun and quick knit. I’ve made these a couple of times with different cable variations and even a couple of mittens. They’re really great if you’re new to cables and make a wonderful gift.

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Crochet Charm Bag

By Yarn and Needlework Contributor Stephanie from the blog Twilight Kallisti

Create a fun crochet bag with a charm that matches your personality!

This little charm bag is so versatile. Sometimes I call it a fairy bag and fill it with pretty stones. Other times I fill it with sweets. Change up the colors and charm to personalize this gift for a multitude of occasions. The crochet chain handles tighten up the bag to keep any hidden gems safely inside.

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Crochet Cat Bed

By Yarn and Needlework Contributor Stephanie from the blog Twilight Kallisti

DIY Crochet Cat Bed

Want to make a special present for that beloved furball in your life? While this cat bed won’t guarantee your can’t won’t nap all over the house (mine loves sleeping on my computer) it will give your cat a special place to sleep all her own.

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Crochet Gift Bowl

By Yarn and Needlework Contributor Stephanie from the blog Twilight Kallisti

DIY Crochet Bowl

Invited to a party and need a gift? A crochet gift bowl is a quick project that leaves an impression. Make one in a pastel color and fill it with baby socks and pacifiers for a baby shower. Make one in a cotton yarn and fill with washcloths, fancy soap and hand lotion for a housewarming party. Or make one in your favorite color and fill it with your candy to treat yourself!

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Frilly Ruffle Crochet Scarf

By Guest Blogger Judy from Judy’s Handmade Creations

Judy is one crafty lady! Check out her blog for tons of craft inspiration from card making to sewing to crochet and more! She also sells her own projects in her handmade items shop.

Today I’m sharing a Ruffle Crochet Scarf I worked on last weekend. To make this scarf I crochet with Boutique Sashay Yarn from Red Heart. Click on link below to see how easy this scarf is crochet.

Frilly Ruffle Scarf

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