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Published on October 13th, 2014 | by Alison

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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.

The best Halloween knitting patterns - Available at LoveKnitting

1. ROAR! Knitted Dino Costumes for the Whole Family

 

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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. 

BOO! Our Sweetest & Spookiest Halloween Projects - LoveKnitting Blog

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.

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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.

2. FREE Pumpkin Hat Pattern

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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.

3. Halloween Mitten Pattern

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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!

4. FREE Debbie Bliss Cat Ears 

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Feeling frisky? This free pattern for cat ears from Debbie Bliss is the perfect nod to Halloween, and will be super soft in Baby CashmerinoClick the image above to download the free pattern.

5. FREE Witch Fingers

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Channel your inner witch with this fabulous free pattern for adults from Lion BrandClick the image above to download the free pattern.

6. FREE Pumpkin Halloween Decoration

 

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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.

7. Halloween Bunting

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Halloween bunting is the perfect way to show your holiday spirit. We love this pattern from independent designer Jane Burns in Stylecraft Special DK.

8. FREE Crochet Skull Pattern

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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.

9. Sweetly Spooky Ghost Decoration

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You could have the most adorably scary house on the block with a tree full of these knitted ghosts, made with Stylecraft Special DKClick the image above to buy the pattern.

10. Eerie Eyeballs for Decoration

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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.

11. FREE Trick or Treat Candy Bag from Red Heart

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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.

12. Floating Ghost Pattern

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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?


About the Author

Alison is an American living in London who just recently caught the knitting bug, and can't wait to see where it takes her!


Last updated: March 23rd, 2015.

17 Responses to BOO! Our sweetest & spookiest Halloween projects

  1. kathy says:

    I love them all except for the pumpkin hat. I already have one that is cuter and has a green pointy edging on it. So please may I have all the rest?

  2. Denise Hill says:

    I love the ghost at the top – where are the instructions for that one?

    • Jenni says:

      Hi Denise,

      The pattern for the ghost is number 12, simply click on the image and it will take you to the pattern.

      All the best,
      Jenni & the LoveKnitting Team

  3. Una says:

    Loved the witch finger glove but the first ghost is the cutest ever. Would love the pattern. Thanks

    • Jenni says:

      Hi Una,

      The ghost at the top is the same as number 12 of our halloween pattern round up. You just need to click on the image and it will take you directly to the pattern page.

      All the best,
      Jenni & the LoveKnitting Team

  4. Karen Culver says:

    I also think the ghost at the top of the feed is adorable and would enjoy having the pattern.

    • Jenni says:

      Hi Karen,

      The ghost at the top is number 12 in our pattern round up, just click on the image and it will take you to the page where your can purchase it.

      All the best,
      Jenni & the LoveKnitting Team

  5. Kathy says:

    I thought these are all free, but the bouncy ghost pattern wants $3.63 for the pattern. I also like the ghost at the top but don’t see the pattern anywhere.

    • Jenni says:

      Hi Kathy,

      Not all the patterns are free, it’s a round up of all the best Halloween inspired patterns that we have come across. The ghost at the top is the same pattern that you have found, numbered at number 12. It’s such a lovely little ghost isn’t it!

      All the best,
      Jenni & the LoveKnitting Team

  6. Val W says:

    Also would like pattern for ghost at top brilliant for grandchildren

  7. Alison says:

    Thank you for all of your comments! We’ve revised the post to include the top ghost pattern as number 12. Enjoy 🙂

  8. Jean Frazer says:

    Just love the floating ghost!!!!

  9. Diane Ames says:

    The witch fingers SO remind me of the Grinch (even the pose – it’s totally the Grinch plucking decorations off the Christmas trees in Whoville! 🙂 ).

  10. Dina says:

    I like them all. I think I’m going to knit the Witch Fingers. Thanks for sharing the patter.

  11. Penelope mount says:

    Please may I have the free pattern for the pumpkin hat?

  12. Fran Wright says:

    These patterns are lovely. They are wonderful for halloween and, it’s very kind of people to let us all have them for free.

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