The darker evenings have arrived and the leaves are turning orange, and that only means one thing. It’s time to stock up your autumn stash, patterns and projects. One of our fave crafts to do on a cold evening is cross stitch! It’s an amazing, meditative craft which instantly makes us feel relaxed, so we’ve decided to collect our top autumnal cross stitch charts together so you can feel cosy, calm and most importantly, crafty.
Keep scrolling to find 32 autumnal cross stitch charts, just like galabornpatterns folk flower design above.
Your autumn cross stitch charts
Uglyduckinglytree’s gorgeous autumnal tree is kicking off our cross stitch collection. Change your thread colours along with the seasons.
Autumn is the spooky season and LuckyStarStitches hoop honours one of our fave Halloween films.
Have you ever seen tea so on brand? Ringcat Designs’ spooky brew is a mini hoop that combines our two fave things.
We love ThePixelParadeCo‘s Scandi forest hoop’s colour combination.
StitchesLoversShop‘s dreamy cross stitch design is an ode to our squirrel friends who are off preparing for hibernation.
This folky autumnal cross stitch design is by galabornpatterns and would make a fab gift for a pal.
CustomCraftJewelry‘s autumn cross stitch chart sums up UK weather. Colourful and a whole lot of rain.
This pattern is for all our American makers! Celebrate Thanksgiving with AprilMakesPrintables‘ three Scandi hoops.
Autumn is also fireworks and bonfire season. Craft Gossip’s spectacular hoop is ideal to stitch while you watch the fireworks out the window.
For a simple yet effective design, try Stitchpatternz autumn flower pattern. Despite its autumnal colours, you could show this one off all year round.
It’s not autumn without a fox in a scarf is it now? Stitch this little guy using LovemeoksEmbroidery pattern.
CrossWithMe‘s cross stitch heart will show the world just how much you love autumn.
For a romantic autumnal hoop stitch VladaXstitch‘s Parisian scene.
It’s welly weather and LefojaCrossStitch‘s mushroom boots are making us wish we had a pair like this in real life!
GentleFeather‘s mountain woodland landscape has us dreaming of autumn abroad.
This one is for all you autumnal birthday people. SatsumaStreet‘s Etsy shop has a cross stitch chart for every zodiac sign and since it’s October we’ve chosen Libra.
If you’re wanting your cross stitch finished in time for Christmas then it’s time to choose your pattern. Stitchrovia‘s decorative Joy hoop will be a fab addition to your home from autumn to winter.
DureneJCrossStitch‘s autumn is cross stitch pattern features all our favourite cosy things. Socks and scented candles? We’re sold.
Probably the most adorable autumn cross stitch chart in this blog post is tinymodernist‘s harvest hoop. A smiley sun and scarecrow on your wall will definitely brighten up your rainy autumn evenings.
“Autumn skies and apple pies” – thefrostedpumpkinstitchery‘s motto for autumn is our motto for life.
DMC have tons of free and paid for cross stitch charts over on their site. We love this warm tone set of four.
Daily Cross Stitch’s autumn deer is another vital addition to our cross stitch woodland.
Sprucecraftco’s autumn tree kit is a fab little gift to give to a fellow nature lover.
Happy Halloween! Celebrate the day with redbeardesign‘s candy-filled pattern.
PatternBird has captured our autumn feeling in her cross stitch chart (if only we had her hair…)
An autumn beard is the best kind of beard. DMC’s pattern is actually free over on their site, what a nice bunch.
Fall in love with Stitchonomy‘s autumn cross stitch chart.
RoseAndCrowCo‘s mandala has all the colours of an autumnal sunset.
The autumnal umbrella we all need by AlinsStitch.
Stitch up this spooky owl design using this free design from The World of Cross Stitching.
Autumn is the ultimate hygge season and Fuzzyfoxdesigns reminds us just how much we love it!
It’s officially pumpkin spiced latte season and now you can express your love through Sheynamakes’ design.
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