HALLOWEEN CROCHET PATTERNS – Roundup post

HALLOWEEN CROCHET PATTERNS – Roundup post

Halloween is coming soon! If you haven’t stitched up any festive goodies yet, I have found some projects you can finish in no time. I’ve searched through Facebook and Pinterest and chatted with some amazing talented crochet designers. I am sure you have heard of them or seen their patterns, because they are all AMAZING! I’ve included links to their blog so be sure to check them out. 

*

Tiny Baby Ghostie by Sweetsofties

Take a look at this friendly little ghost, isn’t it the cutest one you ever seen?

This little ghost pattern is from the gifted Jasmin over at Sweetsofties. This is a very beginner friendly project and because this ghostie is so tiny, you can whip this one up in no time! Maybe you can make many and hang them up and make different facial expressions? Jasmin also made an informative instruction video with more ideas on how you can easily customise the ghost if you want to.

*

Zombie hat from Stitch by Stitch Boutique

If you’re looking for something scary and cute at the same time you should take a closer look at this original zombie hat! Tasia is the name of the talented designer behind this amazing pattern. Take a closer look at her blog over at Stitch by Stitch Boutique. There you can find many other amazing hats and free crochet patterns.

*

Halloween Trick or Treat bags from Stitching together

Another talented designer is Jessica at Stitching-Together. Now this is a cool and unique Trick or Treat bag that you can impress your neighbours with! Over at Stitching together you can get the free pattern for this fun and festive bags. The bags are worked c2c (corner to corner) and Jessica has included graphs so this is an easy one to follow.

*

Crochet pumpkin hat from The Unraveled Mitten

Brilliant Heather from The Unraveled Mitten has made this lovely pumpkin hat! Look at the amazing colors and the interesting texture. This is perfect for Halloween and also for the fall. If you never crocheted a hat before don’t be intimidated, it is worked flat in a rectangle and then you seem up the ends to form a tube. It can’t get more easy that this!

*

Ghost Ragdoll by Maria’s Blue Crayon

Creative Maria over at Maria’s Blue Crayon has designed this wonderful and fun ragdoll ghost for Halloween. I love the look of this ghost! Ragdoll patterns are made in rows instead of rounds and this is also a beginner friendly and quick little project that you can stitch up in one evening. Maria’s ghost would also make a terrific Halloween gift for the little ones.

I hope that you guys liked this post and that you could discover some new designers and also find some fun and free project for Halloween!

-Ragnhild

Hand vector created by Freepik