BOO! Our Fav Halloween Patterns for You to Crochet


One of my favorite holidays is fast approaching, and the gears are already starting to turn. Should I dress up this year? What will I be? What will I make? 

Halloween is such an amazing time of the year because that's when everyone's creative juices are really flowing and people are more open-minded than usual. What's not to like about a holiday fixated on the idea of pretending to be someone you're not?

If you wanna show off your creativity this October 31st, we've got some awesome ideas for you. Here's a roundup of some of our favorite Halloween-themed crochet projects. Get ready, get hooked, go!

 

GHOST FAMJAM

Make an amigurumi for each member of your family! This project is perfect for those with lots of scrap yarn - crochet a different color bow for each doll to distinguish who's who. 

Photo credit & free pattern: Annoo's Crochet World

 

FRANK'N CUP COZY

Impress your coworkers by replacing your boring ol' Starbucks sleeve with a Frankenstein cozy.  

Photo credit & free pattern: Repeat Crafter Me

 

DAY OF THE DEAD BRACELET

I've been wearing skull accessories for years now, so naturally this is one of my favorite projects I've come across. One reason I love it so much is because you can wear it on any of the other 364 days of the year and it's both relevant and cute. 

Photo credit & free pattern: Inside Crochet

 

ITSY BITSY SPIDER

Crochet a cobweb along with the spider and hang it on your front door. Or, make a giant spider and a few mini ones to sew on her back. How creepy is that!?

Photo credit & free pattern: Yana Knits

 

TRICK OR TREAT BAG

Trick or treat in style with a candy corn-inspired bag! Gone are the days where your kids will be strolling trolling the neighborhood for candy with plastic bags from your local supermarket. 

Photo credit & free pattern: Petals to Picots

 

JACK SKELLINGTON KEYCHAIN

Can't even begin to describe how cute this keychain is! I'd love to modify this pattern and use hot pink yarn instead for the eyes, nose, and mouth.

Photo credit & free pattern: Little Things Blogged

 

FUZZY PUMPKIN

Bonus points for you if you can manage transforming this cute pumpkin into a full on Jack-o'-Lantern with black yarn. 

Photo credit & free pattern: Little Things Blogged

 

FRANKENSTEIN'S MONSTER COASTER

I love this goofy little Frankenstein pattern. Cute and practical, these make great gifts too.

Photo credit & free pattern: Krawska

 

 

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