It’s hard to believe that we’re midway through October already, but the crisp air reassures fall is well underway. Cold weather is upon us! With the chill in the air, it seems like the perfect time to get those hooks working on some new fall and winter crochet accessories! And you’re in luck, because I’ve got a brand new set of designers and crochet patterns to feature this month.

Some of these pattern will be free while others are paid patterns. But if you’re following along through the month of October, I’ll have a new discount code for you each day! Plus a few surprises along the way.


About Designer Spotlight

When Sarah, from A Plush Pineapple, and I started Pineapple & Pine, we wanted to make it into a space that people felt like they could participate. We didn’t want to just showcase our own patterns, but we wanted to create a platform that lots of people could use to share their work. Designer Spotlight allows us to meet the designer behind a brand/Instagram account, and also to get a feel for their style through their featured pattern.

During these Designer Spotlight, we encourage you to read a little about the designer of the day and their pattern. Also, be sure to give them a follow on Instagram! We hope that this Designer Spotlight can be a great platform in the crochet community. If this is something you’d like to be a part of, be on the look out for our next application call on Instagram.

What to Expect

Throughout the month, we will be featuring different designers. You can expect to see a brief bio as well as a description of the pattern they’re offering. Unlike a traditional blog hop, not all the patterns will be free. BUT you’ll get at least a 50% discount on their feature date no matter what! We feature new designers every other month, so there’s always something fun to look forward to!

PLUS we’ve added “Maker Spotlight” on Friday’s on each week, so you can get an exclusive discount on a fun maker item or tool! So let’s get started!


Treble Love Wristlets & Earwarmer

By Shannon-Jaide Hyland

Pattern Description

The Treble Love wristlets and earwarmer are full of whimsical texture. The pattern is a simple repeat and uses a 6mm hook and two strands of worsted weight yarn, which makes them a perfect project to work up whilst Netflix-ing. 

Inspiration

I love texture and designed a whole collection whilst I was exploring some stitch swatches. 

Shannon-Jaide Hyland, The Wool Flower Co

Designer Bio

Shannon-Jaide is a self-taught disabled crochet designer of whimsically modern crochet patterns. She strongly believes in the mantra “every cloud has a silver lining.” She first learned to crochet after an operation left her unable to work back in 2015 and began dabbling in it every so often. 
It wasn’t until 2017 when she became a fibromyalgia and joint hypermobility syndrome sufferer that she began to use pain to fuel her passion for fibre (and to inspire others to feel recognized just the way they are) through her garment and accessory designs. To her, craft really is therapy. Other hobbies include weaving, abstract painting, embroidery, and sewing. You can find her work on Facebook, Etsy, Ravelry, and Instagram.

How to Get This Pattern

You can get this pattern set for 50% off today only! Use code TREBLELOVE in Shannon-Jaide’s Ravelry shop. Click the button below to head there now!


Meridale Scarf

By Ashley Edmonds

Pattern Description

The Meridale Scarf is a one-cake make that works up quickly and easily! The side-to-side design gives it a modern and unique look. Because this pattern has increases and decreases on one side only, I consider it an intermediate level. However, it does use basic stitches that really work well with the colours to keep it to a one-cake make! The pattern uses worsted weight yarn and includes a photo tutorial.

Inspiration

When I found this beautiful cake of Red Heart Roll With It Melange in the color Paparazzi in my stash, I was so drawn to it that I just knew it had to be made into a design that would really showcase the colours.

Ashley Edmonds, Through The Loop Yarn Crafts

Designer Bio

Ashley is the maker designer behind Through The Loop Yarn Craft. Her passion is to design quick and modern crochet patterns so busy crocheters can make more with the time they have! As a busy mom of seven with a full time job outside of the house, she knows how precious the crochet minutes can be. You can find more of her work on Instagram, Facebook, and her blog.

How to Get This Pattern

You can get 50% off this pattern on Ravelry or Etsy today only! Use code FALL50 at checkout to apply the discount. Click the button below to head over to Ashley’s blog post to get your materials list and the links to both of her shops!


Autumn Waves Hat

By Warming the Heart

Pattern Description

Autumn Waves is the perfect hat to transition from summer to fall. The pattern includes a balance of textured stitches and three color work modifications including waves, apples, and pumpkins so you can be ready for any fall activity! It uses two to three colors of worsted weight yarn and is available in an adult/teen size. Charts and photo tutorials are included throughout the pattern.

Inspiration

Autumn Waves was inspired by our love of all things nature. The waves symbolize the rise and fall of the seasons in our lives which are constant. The pumpkins and apples remind us that there is a harvest for every season. We love that this design helps carry on the feeling of summer throughout the colder months.

Designer Bio

Rebekah and Rachel are the faces of Warming the Heart. Located in the small state of Delaware, they enjoy the proximity of beaches, the closeness of small communities, and a taste of country life. Outside of crocheting and designing, they enjoy crafting and intellectual pursuits, taking care of their families, and getting together as often as possible. You can find more of their work on Instagram, Facebook, their Etsy shop and blog. You can also sign up for their newsletter here.

How to Get This Pattern

You can get the Autumn Waves Hat for 50% off for today only! Use code FALL at checkout to apply the discount. Click the button below to head to Ravelry for the pattern.


Crochet Themed Merchandise

From Rebekah Haas

Product Description

Want to show off your love of fiber arts in a unique and attractive way? Look no further than the Rebekah Haas Crochet merch! These fun designs are original art pieces printed on comfy shirts and hoodies, on ceramic or enamel mugs, and on a variety of project bags. They also offer beautiful, high quality vinyl stickers to decorate your project notebook or tablet. 

Inspiration

Our one-of-a-kind crochet merch finds inspiration in the hand crafted uniqueness of each crochet WIP you create! Each design is hand drafted the old-fashioned way, the same way we create our crocheted works of art. Each design is filled with a love of color, yarn, and the crochet jargon that makes us smile knowingly to each other that draws us together as a community of artists and makers!

Rebekah Haas

Maker Bio

Rebekah Haas is a work-from-home mom of four children, two dogs, and millions of plants. In her free time (cue the mindless laughter of one who doesn’t sleep much) she blogs, designs, and runs Rebekah Haas Crochet! She is partnered with Elizabeth Olsen, her sister, who creates the watercolor paintings each of the designs is based on and hand stitches the embroidered shirts. She firmly believes chocolate should be eaten every day and that Harry Potter should be reality. You can find more of her work on her blog or instagram page.

Sale Details

You can find all Rebekahs current product in her Etsy shop. Keep an eye out for those exclusive October items that will disappear soon! Click the button below to head to Rebekah’s shop now!


The Lori Beanie

By Sunshine and Daisies

Pattern Description

The Lori Beanie is a crochet knit-look hat. It has incredible texture due to the variations of slip stitching throughout as well as a great rhythm as you work it up. It uses worsted weight yarn and is just super fun to make!

Inspiration

My best friend, Lori, taught me how amazing slip stitching can be and how versatile it is. I named it after her because it was inspired by her and her love of crochet which she has instilled in me.

Tiffany Phillips, Sunshine and Daisies

Designer Bio

Tiffany is the designer and maker behind everything Sunshine & Daisies. Crocheting is her favorite past time; however, when she is not crocheting or designing, you will find her going out on adventures with her daughter and husband, painting, or working in the yard. You can find her work on Instagram, Facebook, and in her Etsy shop.

How to Get This Pattern

You can get this pattern in Tiffany’s Etsy shop! Click the button below to head to her shop now.


Beatrix Shawl

By Blue Star Crochet

Pattern Description

The Beatrix Shawl is a lovely, lacy neck accessory. This triangular shawl uses an easy to remember two-row pattern repeat. The finished size is easy to adjust as the pattern starts at the bottom triangle and increases on both sides. The pattern uses 2 skeins of fingering weight yarn at 300m per skein. 

Inspiration

The inspiration for this shawl came entirely from the yarn. I had two skeins of this beautiful yarn that I knew wanted to become a shawl! I was just waiting for the right stitch to showcase the yarn and colour perfectly. I have achieved that with an easy two-row pattern repeat that creates lovely openwork.

Veronika Cromwell, Blue Star Crochet

Designer Bio

Veronika is a crochet fashion designer behind Blue Star Crochet Company. She was taught to crochet as a young girl by her mum, but it wasn’t until she was expecting her son when she found a real passion for designing and creating her own patterns for garments and accessories for the whole family. Her wide range of garment and homeware designs have since been published in all major UK crochet magazines including Inside Crochet, Crochet Now, and Simply Crochet. She set up Blue Star Crochet blog in May 2020 to enjoy creative freedom and share free patterns and tutorials.

You can find more of her work on Instagram, Facebook, and Youtube. And you can shop her designs on Etsy and Ravelry.

How to Get This Pattern

This pattern is always free for use on Veronika’s blog. She also has the PDF available for purchase in her shops. Click the button below to head to the Blue Star Crochet blog!


Laurentian Shawl

By Eat Wander Crochet

Pattern Description

The Laurentian Shawl is an asymmetric triangle shawl that uses a combination of stitches to mimic falling leaves. It is elegant, large, and perfect to keep you warm during the cooler months. The pattern is designed for the intermediate crocheter and uses DK weight yarn. 

Inspiration

This pattern was inspired by the Laurentians, a mountain range in southern Quebec, Canada. In late September and October, the landscape comes alive with bursts of reds, yellows, and browns before the leaves fall.

Designer Bio

Roxanne is the designer and creator behind Eat.Wander.Crochet. She is a scientific communicator who is inspired by her love of food, yarn, and beautiful landscapes. She learned to crochet a few years ago, starting off by making things for her friends and family. Roxanne enjoys experimenting with different textures and using rich, vibrant colors in her crochet designs. She hopes that you discover something new and fun in the process of making her patterns. You can find more of her work on her Instagram page.

How to Get This Pattern

You can get this pattern in Roxanne’s Ravelry shop. Click the button below to head to Ravelry now!


Monkey Flower Cowl

By Angel Kissed Fiber Arts

Pattern Description

The Monkey Flower Cowl is a simple textured cowl. It is wider at the bottom than the top to make it more fitting around the neck and still wide enough to cover the top of the shoulders. It is made with DK weight yarn to avoid bulkiness. The simple stitch makes this a great pattern to work while watching a movie. Options to adjust the size are provided in this pattern.

Inspiration

I am always cold, no matter the season. I needed something to help keep the chill from my neck. I wanted something I could wear in the fall or early spring with a light jacket that would not add too much added bulk. I love the look of this stitch and knew I wanted to use it to design a cowl.

Jessica Dodson, Angel Kissed Fiber Arts

Designer Bio

Jessica is the designer and maker behind Angel Kissed Fiber Arts. If she is sitting down, you can bet there is yarn in her lap. Sitting can be rare for this mom of four young kiddos who keep her on her toes. Jessica enjoys spending time with her family, or relaxing on the couch with a good book (probably under a knitted or crocheted blanket). She believes everyone deserves a little cozy comfort. You can find her work on Instagram or her website.

How to Get This Pattern

This is a paid pattern, and it’s part of the Monkey Flower Collection! Head over to Jessica’s website to purchase this pattern. Be sure to check out some of the other pieces of the Monkey Flower Collection while you’re there. Click the button below to head there now!


Bookmark this page and come back tomorrow for more fall and winter crochet accessories! There’ll be brand new designer and pattern everyday to check out!

Written by

Kelsie

I'm a stay-at-home mom of 3 little ones that loves to create with yarn. I design crochet patterns, and create tutorials for fun crafts.