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Halloween Crochet Patterns

You must have foreseen 🔮 this pattern round-up was coming?!

I couldn’t go another year without gathering together a bunch of eerie-sistible 🧟 Halloween crochet patterns!!

I’m quite excited to be sharing these with you. Ghoulish 👺, ghosty 👻, not-so-scary 🎃 and fun to make patterns, within plenty of time before October 31st!

To get you in the Halloween spirit, I’ve got fangtastic 🧛 patterns for you to sink your teeth into! 👄 Including some ghoulishly good decorations for the home 🏰, spook-tacular 🕸️ accessories and frightfully fun dress-up costumes that will make your🕯Halloween simply fa-BOO-lous!

Let me know which of the crochet patterns below you have tried, and remember that you can also share photos of your completed projects with us all in the Facebook group! Our group 👉  facebook group is a safe and friendly space to chat crochet, discover free patterns and discounts, and share your own project photos.

Now, let’s have some skele-fun ☠️! Witch-ing 🧙♀️ you a Happy Halloween!

Happy Hooking my friends!  💜  Lisa

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Little Pumpkin Earrings

Oh my Gourd! Aren’t these super cute earrings? If you’d like to acknowledge Halloween, but not completely dress up, then you might find these pumpkin earrings are the perfect small crochet project for you! Amazing pattern by Oombawaka Design Crochet.

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Gourd-geous Pumpkins

How do you decorate for Halloween? We love pumpkins! And these ones are beautiful AND reusable, with no waste. You can use up your yarn stash and make them as colorful as you like!

Question: What do you call a gourd’s relatives? Pump-KINs! 🤣

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Cross Stitch Alien Coasters

Alien or skull? Which do you see, because I see both and that means this pattern is double duty! There’s two crafty techniques involved in making these coasters, crochet and cross-stitch. The Alien Coasters by Eye Love Knots would make a great beginner project for both crafts. You could teach your kids and make some yourself, so that you end up with a set of four or six!

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Sweet Stripes Coasters - Crochet Pattern for Adorable Round Coasters - Perfect for drinks or as small plant rugs - Free Crochet Pattern from

Witch Hat Mug Rug

Do you identify as a magical Mom or Nature-loving Nana? If you like be-Witching coasters and fancy a hot drink at Witching hour, but don’t want to ruin the furniture? Then the Witch Hat Mug Rug by The Loopy Lamb would make the ideal next crochet project for you.

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Sweet Stripes Coasters - Crochet Pattern for Adorable Round Coasters - Perfect for drinks or as small plant rugs - Free Crochet Pattern from

Halloween Granny Squares

Rafaella of Raffamusa Designs, has a whole blanket-full of patterns that are a real treat! You can buy them individually or as a bundle to crochet a fright-themed lap rug! Cauldron, Cat, Eyeball, Spiders and Witch are just some of the gory designs that she has on offer! I’m obsessed!

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Witchy Treat Bags or Soap Saver

These little drawstring bags by Eye Love Knots are quick to crochet as either a soap cozy or candy bag. Either way they’d make the perfect Halloween party gift for the host or a fun surprise gift to get your family in the mood for some Hallows’ Eve-inspired fun! Y’all know how much I love multi purpose crochet patterns!!

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Scarlet Hooded Shawl

Crochet the fabulous Scarlet hooded shawl pattern byt Selina Veronique in red yarn for a fairy tale-style Red Riding Hood shawl, or dress up as the creepy Grim Reaper in a black wool version! The pattern is repetitive and fairly easy to alter for different sizes.

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Potion Bottles Ami and Dice Bag

The Potion of Moonlight Bottle is not only designed to help you create that perfect spooky apothecary look to decorate your home for Halloween (or year round because yay!). You can make one for your favorite gamer with blue or red potion to represent health and mana, or make some fun wizarding world potions for your favorite Harry Potter fan! PLUS they double as dice storage too (becuase we all know how much I love double duty patterns 😆) One of these potion bottles makes amazing dice storage bottle, for yourself or your fave RPG player, especially if their character is a wizard, cleric or elf!

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Witch Gnome Ornament

Gnomes are cute all year ‘round, and sooo popular these days! This Witch Gnome ornament by the Loopy Lamb is perfect for Halloween. With a couple of additional craft supplies, they’re quick and easy to make, accessible for beginners and make great gifts.

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Doll Witch Costume

Why should only humans have all the fun this Halloween, when you can crochet a doll’s witch costume too? Now your favorite small person can take their witchy doll on a witch haunt for candy, and dress alike, using this free pattern from Memory Lane Crochet.

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Sweet Stripes Plant Cozy and Hangers Crochet Pattern - Easy Crochet Pattern - Cute home decor - Crochet Plant Hanger - Boho Home Decor Planter Cozy - Crochet Home Decor Patterns from

Little Witch Amigurumi

I can’t imagine Halloween without a witch or two! Prepare to be be-witched with this simply adorable crochet amigurumi witch doll by Chai Coffee Crochet. This good witch will have you under her spell, all year around. Watch her magically appear as you craft her with your magic wand (aka crochet hook).

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Jack-O-Lantern Ponytail Holders

Aren’t these a fang-tastically festive idea? Ponytail holder patterns with a jack-o-lantern and black cat design by Nana’s Crafty Home. Even if your child wears a school uniform, they still might get to dress up this October 31st (it’s a Monday) with a cheeky little hair-tie! I know a little girl who is going to love these! PLUS they are a great stash-busting project too.

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Zombie Rag Doll

Zombies are extremely popular these days aren’t they? You can’t turn on the TV or go to the movies without a show about zombies. But this fellow is a cute one, even with one eye hanging out! Spin a Yarn Crochet put so many amazing details into creating this fantastic Zombie Rag Doll Pattern!

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Baby Monster Beanie

Just because your baby is brand new to the festivities, don’t think they are too little to miss out! Here’s a free crochet pattern to craft a monster beanie by Raffamusa Designs! There’s sizings in this pattern for 0-12 months. This beasty hat pattern is beginner friendly, with freedom to decorate as you wish.

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Ghost Kitchen Towel

If you love spooky decorations to get your in the Halloween spirit, then you will love this adorable, and a little spooky Ghost Towel by A Crocheted Simplicity. It’s fun to decorate every room in the house, and since the kitchen is where most of us spend a lot of time, this is the perfect finishing touch to your Halloween decor!

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Gaia Pocket Shawl

Add an extra layer of warmth and deep pockets for Trick or Treating – or holding the kid’s things while they collect candy, with the Gaia Pocket Shawl. Practice your intermediate level crochet with some more advanced stitches included in this pretty and practical shawl crochet pattern. Perfect for Fall weather.

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Witch Head Candy Dish

Double, Double, Boil and Trouble, Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble mutter the three witches in Shakespeare’s play MacBeth. This crocheted witch’s head doesn’t talk – thank goodness! – but she does hide candy in the dish under her hat! Peril to all who cross her path. Well, not really. But it’s fun to pretend! Clever pattern by Blackstone Designs.

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Frakenstein Candy Bowl

Here in the US, Halloween wouldn’t be the event it is now without plenty of Trick-or-Treating. So a nice and sturdy candy holder is a must!  This fun and festive crochet pattern by A Crocheted Simplicity is free and beginner friendly.

Beware the spooky Frankenstein’s Monster. Would you dare to place your hand into his mouth for candy? Is it worth it? Haha, yes!

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Spooky Pillow

No-one would blame you for wanting to keep this spooky crochet pillow on the sofa all year round. Or at the head of your bed! Adding an eerie pillow to your creepy home décor is such a fun statement! Crochet your own cushion in your favorite colors, using this awe inspiring free crochet pattern by Briana K Designs.

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Jack-O-Lantern Dog Bandana

Do you take your dog out walking with you, to enjoy the candy collecting fun? Sometimes canines don’t enjoy costumes, but you can still dress yours up if they’re accustomed to wearing a collar. This fun Jack-o-Lantern Dog Bandana Pattern by Golden Lucy Crafts will help your dog look the part, without upsetting them or restricting their movement at all.

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Eyeball Coasters

A fun worsted weight, yarn-busting project that results in some incredibly eye-catching crocheted coasters by Hooked on Patterns! The veiny eyeballs are a little bit gross, which is of course perfect for Halloween decorating! Enjoy that frightening feeling that somebody is watching you when you add these bloodshot eyeball coasters around your home this Halloween!

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Haunted House Blanket

Make your coffin super snuggly with this Haunted House crochet blanket pattern by Lovable Loops. Add some extra spooky to your movie night or outdoor event, covered in an ominious crochet throw rug. It’s warm, it’s creepy and the pattern is free! All great things in my book and you’ll be using it for years to come.

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Yarn Wizard

Every Yarn Wizard needs a magical treat bag and car decal and these babies do NOT disappoint! There’s no guarantee Yarn Wizard swag will help with casting spells, but it will 100% grab the attention of any local crochet coven members.


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Who else is dying to get crocheting? I hope you have found the perfect pattern or two that you can’t wait to make to keep your hands busy making all the spooky Halloween crochet projects! Thanks so much for reading! I would love to know which of these patterns you’re going to make first! Let me know in the comments! If you enjoyed this post and you want to help me to continue to offer Free Crochet Patterns (<– find them here), please share my Blog Post with your crafty friends and subscribe to my VIP List! You can easily share using the social media buttons below the post! Thank you so much for your support!  If you have any questions, feel free to contact me or leave a comment on the blog. Please share your finished creations on Ravelry too!

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