Top Five Free Halloween Crochet Patterns
Great Halloween Crochet Patterns - FREE!
As the weather starts to cool off, it's time to start thinking about Fall crochet projects! Halloween has plenty of icons that lend well to crochet, and here I have five of my favorite *free* project patterns.
Happy Hooking, and Happy Halloween!!
Spooky Crochet Spider
1) Spooky Crochet Spider by Naida.
These spooky crocheted spiders are super easy to make, and can be used as decorations, coasters, or as embellishments on hats, scarves, and other projects. You could even give them out as a fun Halloween present for your favorite trick-or-treaters..
Skill Level: Beginner
Frankenstein Flashlight Sleeve
2) Frankenstein Flashlight Sleeve by Ellen Gormley
Be safe while still being creative this Halloween with this adorable crocheted Frankenstein Flashlight Sleeve!
Your kids will be happy to carry this spooky Halloween flashlight cover-up. It covers a standard 2.5 inch by 7.5 inch flashlight.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Cody the Count
3) Cody the Count by Lion Brand Yarn.
Get into the Halloween spirit with this adorable vampire amigurumi. Perfect for Halloween, or for the whole Fall season, this cute crocheted Dracula is a great decoration. He's fun to make for yourself, or as an adorable gift!
Skill Level: Easy
4) Pumpkin Goggles by Orble.
These crocheted pumpkin goggles are a quick and easy project! They are perfect for Halloween, and could be the mask for a costume, or be worn alone.
Skill Level: Easy
Attack of the Cute!
Creepy Cute Crochet features more than 20 unique patterns for totally lovable zombies, ninjas, Vikings, vampires, aliens, robots, and even Death himself. Each easy-to-follow pattern is presented with step-by-step diagrams, hilarious commentary, and full-color photographs of the bloodcurdlingly sweet creatures in their natural environments. Creepy Cute Crochet comes complete with helpful crochet tips and a down-and-dirty course in doll making, with each pattern ranked by difficulty level, so even beginners can share in the fun.
The scary-cute photographs, accessible instructions, and illustrated patterns are sure to be a hit with indie crafters, angsty teens, and hip moms everywhere.
How many Halloween crochet projects have you made?
5) Jack-O-Lantern Bookmark by Jackie Tyler Karp.
This delicate crocheted bookmark is made from #10 crochet thread and a 1.75 hook. The patience to work with such tiny stitches is well worth this beautiful Halloween keepsake! The finished bookmark is 5.75 inches by 2 inches (not including the tassel).
Skill Level: Advanced
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