15 Free Halloween Patterns to Crochet

Halloween is coming up! If you’re getting the itch to make something kooky, spooky, or just a bit pumpkin-y, here’s a list of fifteen free Halloween crochet patterns for you!

15 Free Halloween Patterns to Crochet


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15 Free Halloween Patterns to Crochet

1. Pumpkin Patch Pillow by Michele Wilcox from Free Patterns.com is a unique piece of home decor that can be made with or without faces on your pumpkins.

Pumpkin Patch Pillow from Free Patterns.com

2. Halloween Ghost Amigurumi by Susan Burkhart from Ravelry is a cute little way to say BOO!

Halloween Ghost Amigurumi from Ravelry

3. Skull Shawl from kungen och majkis – don’t worry, there are English directions – is a more subtle way to celebrate spookiness or dress up a witch costume.

Skull Shawl from kungen och majkis

4. Halloween Spider by Yana Ivey from Yana Knits is the cuddliest giant spider you will ever see!

Halloween Spider from Yana Knits

5. Trick or Tote by Melissa Mall from Crochetvolution would make a great beginner project, as it’s just rectangles sewn together!

Trick or Tote from Crochetvolution

6. BOO Ghosts by Beverly Mewhorter from Talking Crochet is a sweet way to dress up your fall mantle or shelf.

BOO Ghosts from Talking Crochet

7. Cauldron from CultGrrl Creations works up to be very, very small as written, making it perfect for packaging little treats or favors at your Halloween party.

Cauldron from CultGrrl Creations

8. Boo Bunting by Emily Lloyd from Prairie Yarn could be expanded to spell out any message you like, but ‘BOO’ will do the trick if all you want is a little accent!

Boo Bunting from Prairie Yarn

9. Halloween Throw from Yarnspirations is undoubtedly an ambitious project, but it’s absolutely a show-stopper, too.

Halloween Throw from Yarnspirations

10. Trick or Treat Halloween Washcloths by Pam Daley from Ravelry are quick, cute, practical projects for your October.

Trick or Treat Halloween Washcloths from Ravelry

11. Lost Souls Skull Shawl by Maryetta Roy from Ravelry is another interpretation of the popular skull motif shawl, this time with sinuous waves.

Lost Souls Skull Shawl from Ravelry

12. Candy Clops by Julie King from Gleeful Things are cute little candy corn monsters! Don’t want to add the faces? They’re just candy!

Candy Clops from Gleeful Things

13. Pumpkin Face Throw by Michele Wilcox from Red Heart would be a cheery pop of Halloween for your living room.

Pumpkin Face Throw from Red Heart

14. Halloween Puppetsby Sahrit Freud-Weinstein from Red Heart are perfect for acting out ghost stories or singing silly spooky songs!

Halloween Puppets from Red Heart

15. Scaredy Cat Dishcloth from Yarnspirations would make a great gift…as long as the recipient isn’t superstitious!

Scaredy Cat Dishcloth from Yarnspirations

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