Hey everyone! Fall is fast approaching, so it seemed only fitting I would make a small fall project for the house. I have a small banner that I use for the winter, so I wanted to make a crochet fall banner for the home. I knew the perfect yarn for this project.
The yarn I chose was Red Heart Super Saver in Autumn. This is the perfect shade of red, orange, brown, and green to make you think of the fall leaves. I used this color to make the crochet fall banner. I used this banner pattern from Attic 24. It’s very easy to follow, and you can make a ton of different banners for any occasion in any color you want!
Next, I wanted to include the word ‘fall’ in my banner. I wanted the letters in white so they stood out against the darker background. The crochet letters that I used can be found here. After, I sewed one letter to each of the four pennants.
Once I had all the letters complete, I created a band to join the four pennants together. When connecting each pennant, I wound up not doing any chains in between each pennant as I thought it looked better that way. Once I finished this, I weaved in all my ends.
This completes my crochet fall banner. I enjoyed the process of making this simple banner. I’m sure I’ll make more in the future. Have you ever made a banner before? Let me know in the comments below. I’d love to hear from you!
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