BOO! Our sweetest & spookiest Halloween projects
Halloween is just a few weeks away, but it’s not too late to whip up a few sweetly spooky knitting projects. We’ve rounded up the best of the bunch to keep your Halloween knitting in top form this October 31st! Whether you’re looking for the perfect knitted pumpkin, crocheted skeleton, or the best children’s Halloween costume to knit, we’ve got you covered.
There’s nothing snugglier than this stegosaurus dinosaur hat for your little one from our independent designer Kat Goldin. Click the image above to download the pattern.
You can get older siblings in on the knitted dino fun as well with these incredible arm or leg warmers, a free pattern available from the lovely blog Frontier Dreams. Berroco Blackstone Tweed in Fern would be a great choice of yarn.
And we can’t forget man’s best friend! Any dog would look simply ferocious in this adorable free pattern for a knitted doggy Halloween costume from Lion Brand.
What’s more Halloween than a pumpkin hat for your little pumpkin? Knit up this free pattern from DROPS for the cutest Halloween costume on the block. Click on the image above to download the pattern.
Trick or treating can be a chilly affair. This adorable Frankenstein mittens pattern from LoveKnitting independent designer Jane Burns, made with Stylecraft DK, will keep little fingers toasty warm and spooky to boot!
Channel your inner witch with this fabulous free pattern for adults from Lion Brand. Click the image above to download the free pattern.
This adorable free pumpkin pattern from LoveKnitting independent designer Amanda Berry makes the perfect Halloween toy or decoration, and can be used straight through to Thanksgiving. The perfect fall decoration! Click the image above to download the free pattern.
Crochet Nirvana has a free crochet skull pattern that is so beautiful, it’s hard to be spooked. Click the image above to download the free pattern.
There are only a few scenarios in which knitted eyeballs come in handy, and Halloween is one of them. We love this pattern from Cut Out and Keep.
The most stylish candy storage for Halloween – a knitted up trick or treat bag by Red Heart from All Free Knitting. Click the image above to download the free pattern.
This little fellow will add a bit of Halloween flair with just a bit of knitting. Not so spooky after all!
Hope you have a ghoulishly fabulous Halloween! Which pattern do you love most?
Last updated: March 23rd, 2015.