Halloween Projects and Ideas Get Ideas and Patterns for Knitting and Crocheting Bunches of Fun Halloween Projects

At the moment, it seems to me like Halloween is far in the distant future. In my neighborhood, the weather is now a little cooler than it was last month — but that doesn’t mean it’s chilly here, by any means. The slight temperature drop around here just means that it’s now tolerably hot outside, instead of being unbearably hot.

This Crochet Skull Applique Is Included on Our List of Halloween Patterns. This Is a Free Crochet Pattern Designed by Amy Solovay

This Crochet Skull Applique Is Included on Our List of Halloween Patterns. This Is a Free Crochet Pattern Designed by Amy Solovay.

Weather aside, a look at the calendar reminds me that fall is fast approaching, and that Halloween is less than 2 short months away. Halloween falls on Friday, October 31, 2014 this year. For crafters and do-it-yourselfers who celebrate Halloween, the time has come to plan for Halloween projects, Halloween parties, and handmade Halloween costumes.

With that in mind, I’ve begun collecting patterns for, and links to, knitted and crocheted Halloween projects and ideas.


27 Skull Patterns to Knit and Crochet — So far, this page of skull and skeleton patterns is one of the most comprehensive pattern hubs on our website. I’ve posted links to every free knitted or crocheted skull pattern I could find on the Internet, and I also posted some links to some pay-for patterns as well. I hope you’ll find this list helpful if you want to make a Halloween project featuring a skull or skeleton motif.


Knit and Crochet Halloween Patterns — This is an assortment of Halloween patterns which includes trick-or-treat bags, candy baskets, skull designs and more.


This list is in its infancy, and I plan to update it with bunches more patterns as I discover them. If you’re a crochet or knitting pattern designer who has recently posted a new Halloween pattern, I invite you to let me know about it by email. I’d love to share bunches more quality patterns with my readers here.

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