There’s only a week left before Halloween, and it’s high time to realize some last projects for your party! Today we are sharing some fun knit and crochet pieces that are great for this holiday, some of them are cute and others are really scary. If you are familiar with knitting and crocheting techniques, it’s high time to get started!
Black cats are traditional for Halloween, and crocheting some for the party is a great idea not only for kids but also for adults. This pattern is interesting because it is worked from the top down as a whole piece. That is, the head, neck and body are one continuous piece! The little red bow collar is such a cute touch and a bright pop of color!
This is a Halloween cauldron with different stuff to fill it, and it’s fully crocheted! This plushy toy is perfect for little hands. It features a big cauldron filled with a smiling jack-o-lantern, a friendly ghost, and a squishy spider. The features are all added using non-toxic puffy paint-making the toy free of choking hazards!
Partly inspired by the Snapchat ghost, partly by a traditional ghoul, we reckon these little guys are the perfect Halloween homeware. And they are super duper easy, we promise! Perfect as a fun beginner crochet project. Each individual ghost is made separately, starting at the top and working down towards the bottom edge.
Skulls are natural for Halloween, they are everywhere, of any materials and looks but a crochet skull lantern is something new. Here is a picture of a new candle lighting up the skull – it will be a gorgeous decoration in your front window for Halloween! Read how to crochet this piece to turn a usual mason jar into a cool lantern.
A candy corn rat? Yes, please! This cute and fun colorful animal will be a great idea to excite your kids at Halloween – you can place it on the dessert table and amaze the children!
Let me introduce you to Cebollín, the hipster ghost, a naughty spirit that tries hard to be the most fashionable one amongst the undead. And guess what? It glows in the dark! Crochet this ghost for the coming Halloween! Take into account that if you are not the trendy type, the toy looks cute too without the accessories.
This little pattern of Jack Skellington – The Pumpkin King (character of Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Xmas) is very easy and you could easily sit an afternoon and make some keychains as Halloween gifts or even add them to your treat bag!
This little cauldron is such a fun Halloween crochet pattern to work up and to add to your Halloween decor! And it is the perfect size to add this treats for your sweeties too!
With his dangling eye and gaping mouth, this apparition is every inch the classic zombie. Dressed in dowdy, tattered clothes and with the last word in bad hair days, this poor guy has wounds all over the place, and his guts are spilling out of his middle in vile woolly festoons. However, don’t worry too much—they tuck neatly into their own specially made pouch should you prefer it that way.
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.