20 Crochet Patterns Perfect for Halloween
Are you ready for all the little ghosts and goblins? With Halloween right around the corner, we thought it would be fun to celebrate with these sweet and spooky Halloween crochet projects.
From ghoulish ghosts to pumpkins, to monsters and spiders, the possibilities are endless! Make these frightening crochet patterns to help decorate your home to get into the festivities of the season.
Get really creative with these 20 crochet patterns perfect for Halloween. Grab your hook and yarn and start making adorable Halloween creations now.
Crochet Pumpkin Trick or Treat Bag
These handmade trick-or-treat bags are so much better than those hard plastic pumpkin carriers, and so much more fun! Inspired by the good-ole-bags, this pumpkin candy-carrier is the perfect thing to tote around all those treats in!
Crochet Ghost Coasters
Guests will enjoy using these crocheted coasters and your furniture will be safe from wet rings. Set them on tables where they’ll be handy for use, and maybe make a few extra to use as hanging decorations.
Crochet Halloween c2c Blanket
How cute is this little black kitty peeking up from the bottom of the blanket?! And then an adorable spider comes down from the top to say hello! Halloween doesn’t need to be scary or creepy.
Scary Gary Crochet Dishcloth
Say hello your little friend, Scary Gary! This is a fun project and doing your dishes has never been more fun.
Crochet Halloween Jar Cozies
These friendly faces will add a festive note to your Halloween décor. Fill them with sweet treats, liquid spirits or utensils on your party buffet table.
Halloween Crocheted Cup Cozy Pattern
Celebrate Halloween with a fun crocheted coffee cup cozy! Now your pumpkin spice latte will have its own pumpkin cozy. Of course, you can use the basic cozy pattern to make a plain cozy or you can embellish/personalize however you’d like!
Crochet Frankenstein Trick-or-Treat Bag
Here is a cute monster for your little ones to gather candy in. This cute Frankenstein friend with a sweet smile is just the perfect thing to collect your loot!
Crochet Spider Pattern
Yikes, this spider is almost too realistic – it’s sure to scarHalloweenween trick or treater or two.
Circle of Skulls Crochet Wreath
Greet little goblins at your front door with this clever crocheted wreath! Eight skulls and a striped ruffle are combined on a metal wreath form for a spooky front door welcoming committee!
Pumpkin Hat Crochet Pattern
Halloween is around the corner! This quick and easy pumpkin hat can be whipped up in no time. Certainly no more than an afternoon!
Easy Crochet Bat Dishcloth
This friendly bat dishcloth keeps the Halloween spirit while helping you clean up!
Halloween Fun Crochet Patterns
Are you ready for some Trick or Treat fun? Get ready with these adorable amigurumi crochet patterns.
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Cuddly Crochet Candy Corn
Meet the cutest most Cuddly Crochet Candy Corn you will ever see! Zero calories but still full of sweetness You must add this little guy to your Halloween decor or give it as a gift to your kids or grandkids.
Halloween Crochet Boo Basket
BOO your neighbors or friends by making a crocheted container and filling it up with candy and treats.
Halloween Tree of Spookiness
Create a spooky tree using a branch or use these ornaments wherever a little Halloween fun is needed. Choose from three Ghost variations and two sizes of Jack o’ Lanterns.
Here’s a PURRfect pattern for all you cat lovers! How cute are these crochet cats sitting so pretty with their long (bendable!) tails and colored safety eyes. A simple pattern so you can easily make more than one!
Boo The Ghost
Who are you going to call….ghostbusters! No, not really. This little ghost is way too adorable to be afraid of.
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Candy Corn Bow Crochet Pattern
In the spirit of Halloween, here is a bow pattern that is made with candy corn colors: yellow, orange, and white. Attach the bow to a headband or glue on a barrette or hair clip for an easy accessory. You can even use it to adorn a hat or bag.
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Crochet Spider Web Pin
Crochet a spooky spider sitting on a web for the perfect Halloween pin. This Halloween crochet spider even has a smiling face made with orange beads. This is a sweet and cute way to liven up everything from a jacket to a hat.
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Crochet Candy Corn Garland
his Halloween, decorate your home with an easy and fun candy corn-themed garland.
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Looking for more? If you are bored with cute, sick of sweet, and prefer your patterns a little more on the dark side, you will love this gruesome and spooky collection of zombies, witches, aliens, and more in this fantastic book: