Let's make a Fall Leaf Banner together! "Looking for fresh inspiration to accent your autumn home? This crochet leafy banner is perfect in gorgeous fall shades, courtesy of Red Heart Super Saver. Want to swap out colors? No problem, with over 100 shades to choose from! Whether you hang it at the window, on the mantel, above the bed, or over your desk, this banner adds a natural vibe to any corner of the home." Watch and learn how to make your own Fall Leaf Banner - or just loose leaves - with the links and video below!
Disclaimer: Materials and video provided by Yarnspirations and Michaels. This post includes affiliate links.
Get The Free Pattern and Supplies Here!
"In this class, you will learn how to make a crochet leaf for your autumnal décor! No raking is necessary for these festive fall leaves. Create a garland as shown or use them for loads of other seasonal decorations. Stitch a circle in double crochet and then create the leaf petals using a combination of double and treble crochet."
Get the free Fall Lean Banner pattern and supply list below! This pattern was designed by Jennifer Pionk.
- 3 balls Red Heart Super Saver (2 Redwood, 1 Carrot, 1 Guava) 1 ball makes many leaves
- Size U.S. H (5 mm) Susan Bates crochet hook
- Yarn Needle
- Hemp cord
- Wooden Beads
- Click Here to Download the FREE Crochet Pattern for the Fall Leaf Banner
How to Crochet the Fall Leaf Banner
I taught this pattern for the Michaels Community Classroom, on October 18th, 2022.
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