Free Downloadable October Calendar

Happy October! Personally, it’s my favorite month of the year, with the slight chill in the air, gorgeous colors all around me, postseason baseball on the TV, and pumpkin ales on the shelf. Plus the month ends with Halloween, the best holiday in my humble opinion! To celebrate we have a brand new calendar, showing off our favorite October colors – from orange & yellow leaves to spooktacular purples & greys.

Free Downloadable October Calendar from

To get the October 2017 calendar background of your choosing (for smart phones, tablets and desktop computers), simply click the applicable device icon below. Enjoy!

Desktop wallpaper calendar for mobile 2015
Desktop wallpaper calendar for tablet 2015
Desktop wallpaper calendar for desktop 2015



  1. Devra / October 13, 2017

    Thank you! I love the backgrounds.

  2. Barb / October 10, 2017

    This is my favorite so far! I love when the yarn covers the whole page, and is bright and cheery 🙂

  3. Pamela / October 6, 2017

    When you take a photo like this, how to do you keep track of what yarn is what? What happens to this yarn later? Do you put labels back on? I’m so curious!

  4. LeAnn / October 3, 2017

    I really like that the calendar is centered in this one. It’s one of the my favorites so far this year. Thanks so much for these.

  5. Kelly / October 2, 2017

    Please tag this “calendar backgrounds” so it shows up on the archives for those of us that bookmark that page 🙂

  6. Elizabeth / October 2, 2017

    LOVE IT! Thanks <3

  7. Janet Nygaard / October 1, 2017

    Thank you so much for your calendars which we can use as desktops. This time, however, when I right-click, the choice “save on desktop” doesn’t show up and I haven’t been able to figure out how to do so. Can you give me any hints, please? Thank you.

    • Connie / October 6, 2017

      It used to be that you could just right click and choose “save as desktop.” However, that does not work anymore (true for pictures from other places as well). Click “save picture as” or download the picture and save it under “My Pictures” (if you have an old version of Windows) or “Pictures” (if you have Windows 7 or later). Double click on picture, Right click and choose “set as desktop.”
      Hope this helps.

  8. Cynthia Brooks / October 1, 2017

    I like the intensity of the colors together. Thanks for the download.