It’s the end of October already, and fall is in full swing around here. The leaves have all turned, and are shockingly beautiful this year. I don’t know if it’s because of the warm, sunny weather we had all summer, or the strange number of downpours earlier this fall, but something happened and the trees are every shade of red and yellow (and purple and orange and everything in-between).
And, since Christmas is right around the corner (eep!), let’s not get bogged down in big knitting projects- no sweaters or afghans. Let’s just look at adorable leaf patterns.
I love the texture of these leaves- The designer says they’re maple leaves, but they look more like sugar gum leaves to me. Either way, they’re super cute.
Maple Leaves Applique Crochet Pattern, by GoldenLucyCrafts
These oak leaves are great, too. And so perfect!
Oak Leaves by In the Yarn GardenThese look like maple leaves. Just adorable.
Fall Leaves by Michelle @ The Painted HingeWhich is your favorite? I can’t decide! If I had time, I’d totally make a big pile of these and attach them to a great fall wreath, or maybe overlap them and sew them into a big afghan. How cool would that be?
How’s fall treating you in your neck of the woods?