13 Spooky Halloween Crochet Patterns

Halloween has to be one of my favorite holidays now that I’m an adult. As a kid, obviously, it was tons of fun to dress up and go trick-or-treating. After I got too old to ring strangers’ doorbells and beg adults for candy, Halloween kind of faded into the background for me.

Now, though, I have a newfound love of Halloween and all (most) things creepy. I cover my apartment in fall and Halloween-themed decor, and I’m all about the cozy-smelling candles and whatnot.

On that note, here’s a round-up of thirteen free Halloween-related crochet patterns! I found all of them via Ravelry, so feel free to search on your own to find more if you’re feeling inspired! Now go light your pumpkin vanilla candle from Trader Joe’s, grab some yarn, and enjoy spooky season, everyone!

  1. Spooky Bat Pattern by Crafty Bunny Bun

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So cute! So spooky! Who doesn’t love some adorable amigurumi during spooky season?

2. Crochet Pocket Ghost by Amigurumi To Go

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These look so cute! I particularly like the idea of putting a light inside of them so you can see them during those chilly October nights when you’re curled up on the couch watching a scary movie. (I live in LA, so I don’t ACTUALLY know what a chilly October night is like, but I can imagine…)

3. Halloween Creepy Donuts by Krawka

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Creepy, crawly monster donuts. Need I say more?

4. Halloween Amigurumi Set by StringyDingDing

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You get not one, but SEVERAL adorable amigurumi patterns for free from this blog post! Thanks to the generosity of StringyDingDing, you can make as many of these cuties as you wish. (THE CANDY CORN HAS ARMS AND LEGS.)

5. Cthulhu by Rural Rebellion

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Look at this cutie Cthulhu! Perfect for monster and sci-fi lovers of all ages.
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6. Harvest Crochet Pumpkins by Yarnspirations

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These crochet pumpkins by Yarnspirations are so cozy and work as great decorations beyond October! They work up pretty fast, too, so don’t be surprised when you start making a whole pumpkin patch.

7. Witch Leg Yarnbomb by Rayna Noel

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This is SO good! Love, love, love the creativity of this piece. It could be a great yarnbomb to install in public somewhere, or an original decoration that you can whip up and keep for many Halloween holidays to come. Available as a free Ravelry download.

8. Witches Cauldron Pattern by Yum Yarn

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This witch’s cauldron is absolutely adorable and just the right amount of creepy. The final product is small, coming in at about 3.5 inches. But who can say no to that amazing tentacle coming out the top?

9. Haunter Amigurumi Pattern by Strings Away

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Some people might consider Pokemon to be a stretch when considering Halloween. I am not one of those people. Lavender Town was scary AF and the town’s theme music is iconic. End of story.
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10. Candy Corn by BabyCakes Studios

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I’m not a fan of consuming actual candy corn, but I like it in plushie form!

11. Mini Pumpkin Pie by Shannon Holland

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Okay, this is more of a November/Thanksgiving themed pattern, but I couldn’t help but include it in this post. It’s so mini and cute! Available as a free Ravelry download.

12. No Face Hexagon by GROAAAR by anjizilla

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I will include No Face in any and all holiday-related round-up posts for ever and ever, amen.

13. Eyeball Wreath by Slipstitch Hollow

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Absolutely love when I find crochet patterns posted by fellow fiber artists and think “Yeah, we could be friends.” This is how I felt when I found this amazing eyeball wreath. It’s the perfect balance between cute and creepy.

*All images used in this post belong to their respectively linked blogs/Ravelry accounts. None of these patterns or photos belong to Threadwinners. Please be respectful of fiber artists and give proper credit if you make/post any of your creations from these patterns.*

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