September has arrived with the end of the week and we all know that means the start of cooler evenings, shorter days and (most importantly) Jumper Season! It’s no secret that colder weather causes delight in knitters, but truthfully, the turn of a season is exciting for any budding crafter as it means new textures, patterns and a whole different colour palette to work with! We’ve gathered the best Autumn projects to get you started! Get prepared for an overload of those familiar oranges, rusty reds & yellows!
Why go to the effort of carrying pumpkins back from the shop, carving out their insides (oh, the smell!) and then risking the loss of multiple fingers when you can just make your own? These will last year after year and look so lovely.
This garland is the perfect way to transition your home into the season. The warm colours & subtle nod towards Autumn are enough to brighten up your living room & the addition of wire is just genius!
Who said a wreath was for Christmas time? This one has been given a new purpose with it’s fallen leaves & pumpkins. We especially love the little mice scurrying around!
On those days when you just don’t want to style hair, why not become a fox? This looks so cosy and would definitely turn a few heads!
This is a great one for beginners as it comes as a complete kit. The simple design carries you into Autumn through it’s warm colours & would look lovely hanging on a wall.
These fingerless gloves would take you all the way through to Spring again with their cute fox design. Perfect for children but just as lovely for adults, right?
Another simple way to update your home each season is cushion covers. These crochet designs look so cosy to snuggle up against during the cooler evenings
What would an Autumn evening be without a nice hot cup of tea? You’ll definitely know which is yours with this cosy
It’s amazing the items which can be transformed into classic Autumn shapes with a bit of knitting! This teapot is the perfect shape for a pumpkin cosy!
Sometimes it’s best to keep things simple & this cross stitch design would look perfect on a wall or even as a cushion.