42 Free Halloween Crochet Patterns
Discover free Halloween crochet projects like costumes, pumpkins, and more in this roundup!
Free Halloween crochet patterns are the ultimate October projects to work on. As the weather begins to cool and we feel the presence of ghosts and goblins, the best thing to do is welcome October by crocheting some unique decorations and accessories.
We've broken down our collection into crochet costume ideas, decor like Halloween amigurumi patterns, and sweet accessories like earrings you can make and wear all month! Spooky crochet patterns don't need to be relegated to only October 31, so celebrate throughout fall by making and displaying these fantastic projects.
These free Halloween crochet patterns include wearable and decorative crafts that are just what you need to have a memorable Halloween. Some of these adorable projects will keep you and your kids feeling warm and looking adorable. There's nothing better than a hand-crocheted accessory to wear this fall.
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Crochet Halloween Decorating Ideas
Some of these decorating ideas double as toys to keep your little goblins occupied while you make your party preparations. These handmade decorations will inspire you and any wickedly wonderful friends who come through your door.
Use this free crochet pattern to make a cute Hello Kitty Witch. She makes for a cute Halloween decoration. Lion Brand and Red Heart yarn is used.
This adorable trio is definitely the next crochet project you should make. These are such easy crochet patterns perfect for Halloween. They're spook-tacular.
Crochet a Halloween wreath with witch hats, pumpkins and spooky spiders. A crochet web and a hanging spider are nice touches in this Halloween wreath crochet pattern.
This Halloween crochet pumpkin is too cute for words! Using worsted weight yarn and amigurumi crochet technique, this easy crochet pattern will get you ready for Halloween in no time.
Crochet this adorable amigurumi devil pattern for Halloween. You can leave it out as a cute decoration and make many to fill Halloween buckets with.
These beautiful pumpkins look like the mini pumpkins you can pick up in October at your local farm stand.
If you love crochet patterns that involve working off a graph, this is a wonderful Halloween decoration to make.
Stripes on stripes! This pumpkin is perfect for Halloween or the general fall season.
Dress up your door with a wreath in black, orange, and purple! The embellishments are cheery and spooky.
Need favors for a Halloween party? Nestle them in these cute crocheted bags.
Make a giant pumpkin amigurumi with this cute pattern!
Cozy up during the spookiest month of the year under an awesome ripple afghan!
Have you literally in your life seen anything cuter than this bear?
Rather than a wreath this year, opt for a basket to show of a fall floral arrangement.
Add garland to your staircase with this delicate doily tutorial!
Combine crocheted elements with signage to make this darling wreath.
This lovely tutorial will help you practice your color changing skills and will be a lovely addition to your party this year.
Maybe you're not in the mood to make the jumbo pumpkin mentioned above. Well you can make pumpkin minis to decorate your home with this project!
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Crochet Halloween Costumes
Turn your baby into a spooky bat with this free crochet pattern.
Hello, lovely! An angel costume is easy to make when you have the wings for it!
Maybe you've always wanted a beard but you can't grow one. Halloween's your chance! As a special bonus, wear this beanie in the winter to keep your head AND your face warm!
Turn baby into a minion for Halloween with this crocheted hat.
Dress baby all in white and make him into a Pokeball! You can catch him with this project.
By far one of the most popular patterns on our site, this pumpkin hat is adorable and perfect for newborns.
All you need is a green onesie to turn baby into an adorable amphibian for Halloween.
If this isn't the cutest little giraffe hat you've seen, I don't know what is! This is adorable for Halloween or any time of year, really.
Speaking of animals, maybe you want baby to be a lion this year! This is totally achieveable with this adorable hat pattern.
Make a hat for yourself! If you aren't in the mood to fully dress up this year but you want to still be in the Halloween spirit!
Merge crafty with spooky with this adorable homemade witch hat!
Turn yourself into a polar bear for Halloween! This accessory set is adorable to wear during the winter as well to stay warm.
Keep it simple! Wear cat ears this year for Halloween.
Crochet Halloween Accessories
These adorable accessories are just what you need to get into the holiday spirit. You can make an outfit for your daughter to wear for cute autumn photography, you can make Halloween costumes that will save you a lot of stress, and you can make pins to wear at a spooky party.
Crochet a cute tank for a young girl, perfect for Halloween, pumpkin-picking and many other occasions.
Wear these devilish hair clips for Halloween this year! These spooky hair clips are an easy to make simple costume for anyone! Show the creature inside you.
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.
Crochet a jack-o-lantern pumpkin pin for Halloween this year. This Halloween crochet pattern is great for both kids and adults.
Wear your Halloween crochet patterns with this adorable earrings tutorial! Great for greeting trick or treaters!
Follow this pattern to make a cute little decoration, hot pad, or set of earrings featuring Frankenstein's face.
Skeletons are my favorite Halloween motif. These adorable earrings include little bows on the skulls!
Make witch hat coasters and little earrings when you follow this pattern.
These darling slippers are perfect for little toes! Make these for your toddler for a spooky Halloween ensemble.
Love candy corn? Wear candy corn earrings this holiday!
22 Crochet Pumpkin Patterns
Have you ever crocheted for a particular holiday? What did you make?