Are you ready to plan your Halloween Crochet Patterns for everyone’s favorite spooktacular time of year? Your crochet hook will be itching to get to work after all these crochet ideas start flowing.
It’s time to turn on Hocus Pocus and get into the Halloween spirit with these crochet projects!
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Crochet For Halloween
Count me in the camp that thinks Halloween is such a fun holiday. I mean what other holiday can you dress up and get free candy? And maybe the best part of is that crocheting for spooky season can be so much fun!
There are so many ways to infuse a bit of spooky fun into your life for Halloween:
Maybe you just want some spooky home decor or to crochet Halloween accessories to add a little bit of whimsy around your home. Be sure to scroll down to see our great Halloween decorations for your living room or office.
Crochet Treat Bags
Possibly the most important thing you need for your Halloween celebrations is a great trick-or-treat bag. We’ve got you covered with some cuties in our collection!
Halloween amigurumi patterns might be my absolute favorite and I am so happy to live in a world where it is completely socially acceptable to have these little guys in your life no matter what your age. Amigurumi patterns can run the gamut from stuffed black cats and little vampires to crochet pumpkin patterns and stuffed spooky decorations. I love them all!
Halloween Cup Cozies
I love the subtle ‘celebrate Halloween’ that comes with a seasonal cup cozy. Fun and fast, this is an easy project that also makes a great gift.
Halloween costumes are just way too fun and there’s something for everyone. Maybe you have little ones in your life who just want to go trick-or-treating and you need the perfect pattern. I’m also a fan of adult costumes for a Halloween party. Or if you’re not feeling all Halloween like but your workplace encourages the fun, a subtle little holiday pattern like a crochet pumpkin hat might be perfect.
Fun Halloween crochet patterns require just a few simple things to make:
Of course yarn is an essential, but yarn colors for Halloween can be so much fun because they often clash in a good way. Favorites are black, green and orange. Raiding your scrap pile is a great way to use up scraps and enjoy a fun Halloween project
Most of these patterns use a variety of basic crochet stitches, so make sure that you know how to work a single crochet stitch, double crochet stitch, and slip stitch (sl st). If you’re still perfecting your crochet craft, these Halloween crochet patterns will still be fun pieces to try.
Halloween Crochet Patterns
These Halloween crochet patterns arre fast and fun to make and bring a bit of holiday spooky joy into your life this season!
Mummy, Mummy, Mummy, must be funny, in a rich Pharaoh’s world. Alright, maybe I listen to too much ABBA. Either way, this mummy trick-or-treat bag is one of my favorite Halloween patterns. Whether you need the perfect candy bowl or a lovely basket for your trick-or-treater, this pattern will be perfect for you!
This cute little bundle includes a spooky skeleton, a jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein’s Monster, and a witch! I really love that these patterns feature drawstrings as it makes candy holding much easier. It’s also a perfect bold accessory all Halloween season long.
Does anything scream Halloween as much as a little pumpkin treat bag? This also could make a cute Halloween decoration in your home stocked with little candies! If you’re just starting to crochet, this pattern is considered to be relatively easy. Armed with basic crochet stitch knowledge, you should be good to go! It's also a great way to work on your crochet skills before tackling bigger projects this fall.
A crochet witch might just be a staple Halloween pattern. So of course I had to include my Crochet Witch amigurumi free pattern! I mean, just look at the little braids! I still just love how cute this pattern turned out.
This super cute gnome really takes my breath away! I love that there’s a crochet witch hat, a cauldron crochet pattern, a crochet broom, and an amigurumi spider crochet pattern all wrapped up in one gnome pattern bundle. I personally think the ooze coming out over the cauldron is a lovely touch as well.
If you’ve been wanting to try a crochet skull pattern, this Big Skulls Mosaic Pattern is super cute! This skull crochet pattern pattern also includes a chart that will help you create throw blankets, placemats, rugs, and clothes in addition to the pillow pattern.
Look at this little beanie! This perfect beanie pattern will keep you warm this Halloween. I really love the crochet ghost pattern and you can honestly make the pattern in a variety of different color for all your friends!
This crochet witch pot holder makes me laugh! If you want to add a little comedy to your Halloween essentials, then this pattern is a must. Honestly, you could leave it out all of October as a fun decoration.
There are three super cute options when it comes to this Halloween cozy pattern. The crochet witch really holds a place in my heart, but the candy corn and Frankenstein options are also very adorable. I also really love that they’re all cat themed and not just the 'traditional' black cats vibe. So fun!
I absolutely love the color combination of the purple yarn for the background and the orange yarn for the pumpkins. This super cute little pumpkin cup cozy is so adorable. Honestly, you can’t have enough cozies in your home or office!
This Candy Corn Cup Cozy free crochet pattern from the Crochet 365 Knit Too archives is so fun.. plus it's easily an all-season favorite when you use different colors. My Candy Corn Wine Cozy is a fun crochet project too!
Sometimes, you really just want to step out of the box with your Halloween costume, but it's even better when you get to make it yourself! If you need a costume idea this pumpkin mask is the perfect level of spooky. It's also a way to crochet something a bit smaller as opposed to a full body costume for the holiday.
This looks like it would be such a fun project! The Feather Wing Crochet Shawl by Crafty Intentions is the perfect winged costume accessory, especially if you’re looking for something light and comfortable. It is a bit more adventurous and time consuming, but well worth the effort.
Explore More Halloween Crochet Patterns
Do you love crochet as much as I do? I think you’re going to love these other fun crochet patterns:
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