Thanksgiving CAL | Part 6 | Fall Stripes Crochet Graph Pt. 2

Welcome to the last post in my Thanksgiving Pillow CAL. Dive in as we wrap our ‘Thanks’ Pillow with a with a longer version of my fall stripes crochet graph. Enjoy! 

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Happy Wednesday, and welcome the final post of my Thanksgiving Pillow Crochet-a-long! New to the CAL? Not to worry, you can still jump in and join us; I recommend you start here.

Our last graph is a rectangular version of my Fall Strips graph, to help us complete our ‘Thanks’ Pillow. This panel is quick and works up quickly free-hand, but I have included written instructions for those that prefer to work from a word chart.

Fall Stripes Crochet Graph

Fall Stripes Crochet Graph

NOTE: This graph and pattern are designed for use with the corner to corner (C2C) stitch, you can find my C2C Tutorial here if needed.Fall Stripes Crochet Graph


1.  Size I (5.5 MM) Crochet Hook

2. Worsted Weight Yarn in Brown, Green, Orange, and Yellow.

3. Yarn Needle

4. Scissors

5. 12 in. x 20 in. Pillow Form (TIP: My stitches tend to run tight, so you may want to make your panel and measure before purchasing your pillow form)


G: Green
O: Orange
R: Red
Y: Yellow


Row 1: 1G
Row 2: 2G
Row 3: 3G
Row 4: 4G
Row 5: 5B
Row 6: 6B
Row 7: 7B
Row 8: 8B
Row 9: 9O
Row 10: 10O
Row 11: 11O
Row 12: 12O
Row 13: 13Y
Row 14: 14Y
Row 15: 15Y
Row 16: 16Y

Row 17: 16G
Row 18: 16G
Row 19: 16G
Row 20: 16G
Row 21: 16B
Row 22: 16B
Row 23: 16B
Row 24: 16B

Row 25: 15O
Row 26: 14O
Row 27: 13O
Row 28: 12O
Row 29: 11Y
Row 30: 10Y
Row 31: 9Y
Row 32: 8Y
Row 33: 7G
Row 34: 6G
Row 35: 5G
Row 36: 4G
Row 37: 3B
Row 38: 2B
Row 39: 1B

NOTE: I used a smaller version of C2C stitch and my panel turned out a little smaller than I wanted so I added two rounds of SC (1Y and 1B).

This panel works up extremely quickly and though it was designed to be paired with my ‘Thanks’ pillow graph; it could easily be used on its own for a beginner friendly fall accent pillow.

I couldn’t be more happy with how these turned out, and hope you will enjoy them as much as I do.  The unique combination of designs of all three pillows gives you several different options in appearance and would make the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving holiday decor.

Have questions or feedback? Leave me a comment below or visit me on Facebook to share pictures of your completed project. Happy Hooking!

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