These 15 beautiful leaf crochet patterns bring nature into your crochet art and really liven-up the most mundane of projects!
There is nothing more beautiful than nature. Even if you don’t like being out in it, there is no denying that landscape photographs of the great outdoors are truly breathtaking.
This is why so many people have chosen to include nature in their home decor. From real to artificial houseplants, to nature prints to hang on your wall, there are lots of ways to include nature in your home.
When it comes to nature, you cannot really get more authentic than a leaf. Leaves hold so many precious memories for people, so you might find yourself wanting to create a leaf decoration that will not deteriorate.
The best way to achieve this is to create a crochet leaf.
There are lots of different leaf crochet patterns that you can buy, and this can make it hard to find the right one for you. To help you out, we’ve compiled this list of the most beautiful leaf crochet patterns. So, to find the best choice for you, keep on reading!
But, before you leaf (LOL!) to find your newest project, be sure to pin this fun crochet collection to your favorite crochet inspiration board on Pinterest so you can find it again fast when you’re ready!
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15 Beautiful Leaf Crochet Patterns
Basic Teardrop Leaves | Repeat Crafter Me
Just a basic, free leaf crochet pattern that you can use to make garlands, appliques and so much more. Using very typical stitches, these leaves work up fast so you can have your fun crocheting and a completed project too!
Source: Repeat Crafter Me
Eucalyptus Leaves Crochet Pattern | YarnandColorsShop
Let’s kick this list off with one of the most beautiful leaves that exist, and that is the eucalyptus leaf. This pattern by YarnandColorsShop is incredibly easy, and for this reason it is suitable for beginners.
Additionally, it is available in US English, UK English, German and Dutch, so you can choose the language that suits you. No matter what language you choose, you will be patiently guided through the different steps that will lead to you producing this beautiful eucalyptus leaf.
So, this is definitely a great pattern to consider.
Monstera Leaf Crochet Pattern | SheMakesWhatever
Another magnificent pattern to consider is this Monstera Leaf Crochet pattern by SheMakesWhatever. This pattern is written in UK English, but it comes with a chart that allows you to easily convert terminology into US English.
It is a super fun pattern to follow, and it is a great choice if you want something that is easy to complete. This pattern is designed for beginners, and is also designed so that it can be made using any yarn, making it a great choice if you are new to this skill.
The Monstera Fields Hanging Crochet Pattern | LoveandStitchDesigns
If you are looking for a pattern that contains a leaf, rather than a pattern for a leaf itself, then this could be perfect for you. This pattern allows you to create a beautiful piece of hanging art that contains multiple Monstera leaves in its design.
Once complete, this pattern measures 19-inches long, and 14-inches wide, and it is best suited to crocheters of an intermediate skill level. Use any yarn to create this beautiful design, and simply attach it to a pole or stick to hang it anywhere you wish in your home.
Crocheted Oak Leaf Pattern | In the Yarn Garden
So simple and unique in a way that’s so much like a real leaf, this pattern is a great way to work-up a bunch of oak leaves for a fall or spring scarf or display!
Source: In the Yarn Garden
Autumn Leaves Crochet Pattern | goolgool
There is nothing more beautiful than autumn leaves, and that is why we love this pattern by goolgool so much. Of course, any pattern can be transformed into an ‘autumn’ pattern by changing the color of the yarn, but this pattern is great.
You will be able to create 4 different styles of autumnal leaf, and this is why they are such excellent value. This pattern comes in written form, with a photo tutorial to support it. For this reason, it is suitable for advanced beginners and above.
Monstera Leaf Earrings Crochet Pattern | 1dogwoof
Crocheted earrings are something that are becoming increasingly popular, so if you want to make your own, you should consider this ‘Monstera Leaf Earrings Crochet Pattern’ by 1dogwoof.
A skill level is not specified for this pattern, but you will need to be able to do chain stitches, single, half double, and double crochet. Additionally, you will need to be able to do extended half double crochet, and extended double crochet.
As long as you have learned all of these skills, then you will be able to complete this pattern.
Mini Leaf Pattern | Sweet Softies
Little mini leaves that are just perfect for making tiny earrings or a cute bracelet – or both! They’d also be great with little mini flowers on an afghan. So many uses for crocheted leaves!
Source: Sweet Softies
Marijuana Leaf Crochet Pattern | AhookA
If you are interested in a different kind of leaf, then you might choose this ‘Marijuana Leaf Crochet Pattern’ by AhookA. Despite the finished product looking confusing, this is actually a very easy pattern to follow, and for this reason it is suitable for beginners.
With very detailed instructions, clear steps, and photographs to help you along the way, this pattern is very straightforward to complete. So, if you are looking for an easy leaf to follow, this could be the one for you.
Oak Leaf Crochet Pattern | GoldenLucyCrafts
Another beautiful autumnal leaf pattern to follow is this one by GoldenLucyCrafts. This pattern uses US English terminology, and requires crochet hook size 6. With this and the correct yarn, size 10 cotton thread, this pattern is fairly straightforward to complete.
All the instructions are incredibly easy to follow, and overall this is a very quick pattern to create. So, if you are looking for a beautiful leaf pattern, this could be perfect.
Crochet Maple Leaves | Handmade by Raine
These beautiful maple leaves are exactly what you need for making a beautiful fall scarf made entirely of leaves. I mean, they’re beautiful and delicate-looking, nothing says “fall” more than maple leaves!
Source: Handmade by Raine
Autumn Leaf Crochet Pattern | ElenasTimes
Alternatively, you might choose this ‘Autumn Leaf Crochet Pattern’ by ElenasTimes. This is suitable for advanced beginners and above because it simply requires you to have knowledge of some of the most basic crochet terminology.
With clear instructions to follow, and images to help, this crochet pattern is straightforward to complete as long as you take your time and follow carefully. So, if you are interested in an autumn leaf pattern, this one is excellent.
Leaf Bookmark Crochet Pattern | SupergurumiShop
Something else that is also becoming increasingly popular is crochet bookmarks. When you are reading a good book, you want a beautiful bookmark to go with it, and this pattern allows for that.
This pattern is available in both German and US English, and all the instructions are very clear throughout. It is suitable for advanced beginners/intermediate crocheters, and has images to help guide you through the process.
So, if you are looking for a new bookmark, why not consider making your own with this handy pattern?
Monstera Leaf 2.0 Crochet Pattern | SheMakesWhatever
We looked at a pattern by SheMakesWhatever earlier, and this is essentially an updated version of this pattern. The pattern that we looked at earlier was suitable for beginners, but this pattern is a little more difficult, and because of this it is only suitable for intermediate crocheters.
It is written in US English with US crochet terminology, and is very clear throughout. So, if you fancy a challenge, this could be the perfect pattern for you.
Maple Leaf Crochet Pattern | PrettyDarnAdorable
One of the most beautiful leaves of all time has to be the maple leaf, so it is only fitting that we wrap up this list with this ‘Maple Leaf Crochet Pattern’ by PrettyDarnAdorable. This pattern is perfect if you are looking to create decorations or coasters for your home during the autumn months.
While it looks slightly complex, this pattern is actually very easy, and it is designed to be followed by beginners. For this reason, it has clear instructions and lots of support throughout.
With US crochet terms, and a video to help if you get stuck, there is no denying that this is one of the best, and most beautiful, leaf crochet patterns on the market.