Pumpkin Striped Fall Crochet Blanket Pattern

This simple pumpkin blanket crochet throw pattern will be sure to get you excited for the season of all things’ pumpkin! If you’re ready to get started on this easy blanket pattern for Fall, then I can’t wait to teach you with this free pattern!

Read on down and get crocheting your Autumn fall blanket today, or get the ready to print PDF crochet pattern in the shop.

If you are looking for more fall patterns to crochet, I can help! Explore the free fall patterns available from Easy Crochet.

Fall Crochet Blanket Pattern

Fall Blanket Crochet Pattern

I am so excited for you to check out this fall foliage afghan pattern! The blanket pattern includes a stitch chart, an explanation about the yarn used and simple (plus detailed) instructions.

If you’d rather have a printable AD-FREE PDF version than the free pattern here on the blog, you can find that in my Etsy shop or in my premium pattern shop for the price of a fancy coffee.

Thank you for supporting Easy Crochet! When you are making your crochet pumpkin blanket, keep in mind that this is fun, and you will want to make even more than one!

Happy Blanket Making!

Crochet Blanket Pattern for Fall

This cozy blanket is perfect for chilly fall days when you want to snuggle up close to a fire and sip on a cup of hot tea! Or if you are anything like me, COFFEE!

I love using it to wrap up in when I’m binge-watching all the Netflix, Hulu, Amazon shows! 🙂 It also helps that it looks fantastic draped across the back of a couch. So, for me, this blanket is a win-win.

Pumpkin Blanket Crochet Pattern - Easy Crochet

The Crochet Stitches for this Autumn Blanket

The main crochet stitch pattern used in this pumpkin blanket pattern is the double crochet stitch. The double crochet is simple to learn and is a great stitch to work up a blanket when you are a beginner crocheter. Since we are using just one stitch, you will be able to crochet this Fall crochet blanket fairly fast.

If you need a refresher on the double crochet before beginning this blanket, you can click on the links below for some help.

  1. Double Crochet Video Lesson
  2. Double Crochet Tutorial

The Yarn That Reminds Me of Pumpkin Spice

The main reason I decided to make this crochet blanket is that I love this time of year and the beautiful colors I’d seen outside! I chose to use Vanna’s Choice Yarn from Lion Brand because of how well it holds up to use and the never-ending choice of yarn colors!

I used Grey Marble & Rust because I think they are the perfect blanket colors for Fall and a great way to celebrate Autumn! You are welcome to pick your favorite yarn colors for your blanket.

I’d have to say I’ve tried them all (or have almost tried them all) and I haven’t come across one yarn color I didn’t like yet. Have a look at the yarn colors below that I used to create this Fall colored crochet blanket.

Yarn Colors for a Pumpkin Blanket

Crochet Blanket Pattern for Fall

If you are ready to make this simple pumpkin crochet blanket, then grab your crochet hook and let’s get started! I hope you like my pattern and if you need any clarification along the way, please feel free to ask!

Happy Crocheting!

Fall Pumpkin Tweed Crochet Blanket

Pumpkin Crochet Blanket Pattern for Fall

Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials

Abbreviations

  • ch(s)= chain(s)
  • st(s) = stitch(es)
  • dc = double crochet
  • rep = repeat
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sk = skip
  • cluster =  {1 sc ,1 dc} 

Gauge

  • 13 (10+3 chs) st’s × 8 rows = 4’”

Sizing

  • Finished size = 40″ x 40″ (102 x 102 cm)
  • Change the size of the blanket by working in multiples of 10 ch’s and adding 3 chains to whatever amount you picked.

Notes

The Stitch Chart

Below you will also find a stitch chart and stitch chart guide that will help you make this blanket because extra help is always a plus!

Stitch CHart for a Crochet Blanket
Stitch Legend for a Crochet BLanket

Pattern Steps

Foundation Row: ch 103 using color A

Row 1: Starting in 3rd ch from hook do*{1 sc, 1 dc} (cluster) sk 1 ch, repeat from * across until two ch(s) are left, ending with 1 dc in the last ch (after last sk ch), turn. (101)

Row 2:  Ch 2 starting in the first skipped st space (see chart) from the previous row,  do *{1 sc ,1 dc} (cluster), then skip the next st, rep from * with color A, ending with one dc in the top of turning ch after last sk st, turn. (101)

Row 3-12:  Ch 2,  starting in the first skipped st space do {1 sc, 1 dc} (cluster) then sk the next st, repeat from * across ending with one dc in the top of the turning ch after the last sk st, turn. (101)

Row 13-24: Using Color B, rep row 3. (101)

Row 25-30: Using Color A, rep row 3. (101)

Row 31-36: Using Color B, rep row 3. (101)

Row 37- 48: Using Color A, rep row 3. (101)

Row 49-60: Using Color B, rep row 3. (101)

Row 61-66: Using Color A, rep row 3. (101)

Row 67-72: Using Color B, rep row 3. (101)

Finishing: Fasten off and weave in loose ends throughout the blanket with a yarn needle.

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More Free Crochet Blanket Patterns

I hope you enjoyed this pumpkin blanket crochet pattern. If you liked this pattern, you may also like the Chevron Crochet Blanket Pattern, Charlotte Crochet Blanket Pattern or the other free patterns below.

45 Comments

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  2. Christine says:

    Hopefully someone can help me out. I know the pattern says at end of row chain 2, turn and sc in the first skipped stitch of previous row. Would that be the first or second stitch from hook? I love the colors and texture of this blanket and look forward to finishing. Thank you.

    1. Hi Christine,
      It would be in the skipped st space that is after the last st from the row before. Take a look at the stitch chart that is in the notes section that may help with placement.

      Krista

  3. Looking forward to seeing your patterns and making them.

  4. I’m attempting to make this a bigger size 48×60
    How do you figure the amount of yarn to use ?
    I’m thinking perhaps 5 each ?
    Thanks for your response!
    Kathy

  5. Krista,
    This is Karen and I wanted to let you to know about my blanket and how it is going.

    First I frogged what I had started previously and did a gauge swatch. I then changed my hook to a 7mm hook. This made a huge difference in my blanket! No more curling because I am really focusing on relaxing while I crochet! Another thing helping with the curling up of my stitches! I will send a photo when I am done!

    Thank you so much!

    Karen O

  6. Krista,

    Should I go to a bigger crochet hook? What are some tricks or things I can do to relax so my stitches aren’t so tight? Any thoughts?
    Thanks and I will look into blocking my blanket!

    Karen

    1. Hi Karen,
      You definitely could try a bigger hook! That trick always seems to work for me!

      Krista

  7. Isn’t this Suzette Stitch?

  8. Karen Okoneski says:

    Why would my blanket start to curl up? I love the colors of this blanket!

  9. Leah Hopkins says:

    I would like to make this patter quite a bit bigger, but I’m not sure what add 3 chose to whatever amount you picked means. I always mess patterns up when I try to make them bigger, so I really want to get it right this time!

  10. Leah Hopkins says:

    What does add 3 “chose” mean? I’d like to make this quite a bit bigger and I always seem to mess a pattern up when I do that so I want to make sure I get it right

    1. Hi Leah,
      That should have said chains not “chose” oops! Typo! Fixed it! 🙂

  11. I love the look of this blanket and the pattern was very easy but I have a problem. I used a 5.5 hook, didn’t use the Vanna’s choice yarn but used Red Heart With Love which is also a 4 yarn. My finished blanket ended up being 27 x 31. My stitch count is correct so I don’t know why the size is so wrong.

    1. Hi! It could be gauge too. I’d check your gauge and see if you have 5 clusters for every 4 inches.

      Let me know!
      Krista

  12. Lill Managhan says:

    am going to try to make this, do you happen to have a video of this?

    1. HI Lill,

      I am so glad you are going to try this blanket. I do not have a video for this one but I hope to in the future.

      Happy Crocheting!

      Krista

  13. Ruth Mims says:

    You say (cluster) but I have looked everywhere and dont see any explanation of WHAT your CLUSTER STICH IS!!!! CAN YA HELP ME OUT HERE

    1. Hi Ruth,

      It is inside the pattern but I put an extra note inside the abbreviations section now so it is easier to find.

      {1 sc ,1 dc} equals cluster

      Happy Crocheting

      Krista

  14. Sarah Heaton says:

    I was never able to get the instructions to print for the Pumpkin blanket.
    would you please send the instructions to me via my e-mail?

    1. I would suggest using printfriendly.com. I only have these instructions online and not in PDF format at this time.

      Krista

  15. Anonymous says:

    I’m confused as to how many skeins to use if using two colors. Please advise and I think this blanket is absolutely lovely.

  16. If I want to make it bigger what would be the pattern iould use

    1. Hi Lori,
      You can change the size of the blanket by working in multiples of 10 ch’s and adding 3 chose to whatever amount you picked.

      Happy Crocheting!
      Krista

  17. A little confused to how many skeins needed.. 18??

  18. Teresa Sewell says:

    What would be a good border to add to the blanket I love the pattern but would like to add a border to mine.

    1. Hi Teresa,
      I would make a simple border of single crochets to finish it off. Hope this helps!

      Krista

  19. Just finished this blanket in four colors. It was easy but created an interesting texture. I still need to block it a bit to straighten out the edges, but I like it a lot, and I’ll probably make more in different colors. Thank you!

  20. Your material list says 6 colors and 3 of each. Would that be a total of 18 skeins? I am planing on making this beautiful afghan for a gift in different colors. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work!

  21. Taylor G. says:

    I follow you on all social media and love all your post. Just a little confused, *{1sc,1dc} sk 1 ch* in the 3rd ch you would do a sc & a dc, then skip one, then do it again and repeat? Just want to make sure. Thanks!

    1. Hi Taylor,
      Thank you for the kind words! You are correct and you would just repeat 🙂

  22. I am all kinds of confused as I am a knitter learning to crochet. I don’t understand the “starting in ch space (ch you sk) from previous row”. I don’t know where which chain that is. Is it the 2nd ch from starting ch row?

    1. Hi Jill,
      It would be the CH that you skipped from the previous row. You would crochet in that space it created. Hope this helps.

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