I don’t know how it has happened, but Halloween is almost here again. For those of you that are looking for something festive and fun, free Halloween crochet patterns, I’ve created this free Halloween crochet pattern roundup to give you some fun suggestions and inspiration.
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So I’m starting with this adorable Baby Bat Costume by Amanda Saladin of Love Life Yarn because seriously, this little bat costume is ridiculously cute. It makes me wish my little girl was smaller so I could squish her into one of these and enjoy some untamed cuteness.
Got a little cutie in your life that loves Cinderella? Head on over to Lovableloops.com to try out this great little dress and wig pattern for your little one. The pattern was recently updated to include sizes 18 – 24 months!
Up next I have some Halloween amigurumi patterns! Taran Tarantulais a great project to make whether you want him as Halloween decor or you just like spiders! This free crochet tarantula pattern is a fun crochet project that includes the written crochet pattern and lots of tips for working with fur yarns. So if you have been wanting to give fur yarn a try, this is the perfect time.
This diy mini ghost is so cute and quick to make. When I first saw these little ghosts on Pinterest, I knew I had to make it. They are perfect for little hands. I made it about a year and a half ago and gave it to my kids to play with and they love it. A year later and my little giril is still playing with it. It’s available as a free PDF download. The original pattern used Lily Sugar n’ Cream yarn but I used Red Heart Super Saver for mine and it worked out great. Check it out here: Baby Ghost Ornament for Halloween by A Morning Cup of Jo Creations.
Make yourself an army of little monsters with this free crochet pattern from Yarnspirations. The pattern for these cute little guys is available as a free PDF download at yarnspirations.com.
Need a last minute but beautiful Halloween costume? Check out this feminine and gorgeous Crochet Masquerade Mask from blog.darice.com.
The Mad About Boo Crochet Halloween Pillow is one of my own patterns available on my blog as a free pattern. It’s such a great addition to Halloween decor and kids love it because it’s not scary.
These shark bags from cookiesnobcrochet.com would make fun treat bags! Kids will love these for storing all their sweet treats while trick or treating.
Make one of these Extra Thick Knight’s Helmet for the knight in shining armor in your life.
Need a last minute crochet costume? My Crochet Animal Ears Free Crochet Pattern is easy and can be made in under 20 minutes. Although people tend to be partial to black cats this time of year, these cat and bear ears look great in any colour. This pattern includes a video tutorial as well!
I love these adorable little Glowing Crochet Ghosts by Jen’s A Little Loopy. Plus, I LOVE her blog name. These are cute AND they light up! It’s an easy project and would be great for a Halloween party. So much fun for this spooky time of year!
These tapestry crochet mug rugs are the perfect quick-win project. These great halloween coaster patterns will get you into the Halloween spirit in no time. Check them out here: Boo! Crochet Mug Rug (top-center), Spooky Spider Crochet Mug Rug (bottom-left), Crochet Witch Hat Mug Rug (top-left), The Ghoster Coaster (top-right). The Halloween Pumpkin Crochet Coaster (bottom-right) is a paid pattern available HERE on Ravelry and HERE on Etsy.
The ghost coasters are one of my favourites and they make amazing gifts. These pattern use basic crochet stitches and are great patterns for trying out colourwork. Plus, there are no ends to weave in when you’re done so make sure to give one these fun halloween crochet patterns a try.
Puns are one of my favourite things and this pattern is pun-tastic! The Eye-Candy Toddler Crochet Halloween costume is hilarious and awesome. How fun is that candy corn hat?! This pattern even includes a free download of the PDF formats of this pattern.
In search of an easy halloween bunting pattern? This spooky bunting is a fun pattern that is easy to customize. Be sure to hang it near your front door so trick or treaters can see your lovely work. Best of all, it is one of those crochet halloween decorations that can be used year after year.
It’s hard to beat a fun, free crochet pumpkin pattern during the Halloween season. This Jumbo Crochet Pumpkin pattern from doriyumi.com is awesome. I love the curlicue used instead of a standard-looking leaf. This is a great decoration and one of the best things about it is it’s simplicity to make: it’s all single crochet stitches! You’ll need to know how to make the magic ring to make this pattern (and many other amigurumi pumpkins).
If a tiny pumpkin is more your speed, check out the Paulie Pumpkin amigurumi pattern from The Loopy Lamb. This pattern uses a 3.5mm (E) crochet hook, worsted weight yarn and is the perfect size for keychains. Comes with a clear step by step video tutorial.
Crochet Gnome patterns have been all the rage for a while and there’s no sign of them going anywhere, anytime soon. Gnomes don’t just have to be for Christmas, they can be for Halloween too! This is a quick pattern that makes a cute halloween decoration that’s the perfect addition to your Halloween decor. Check out this Crochet Witch Gnome Ornament free pattern available at theloopylamb.com.
I hope you enjoyed these free crochet Halloween patterns! Which of these free Halloween crochet patterns is your favourite? Let me know in the comments below! I’d love to know what everyone is making for Halloween this year.
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