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Spooky, Cute and Free Halloween Crochet Patterns

Halloween is a time for fun, frights, and creativity. Yes – and for trick-or-treating all of those sweet treats too! So, what better way to decorate and celebrate, than with a fun Halloween crochet project?

I’ve rounded up a few of my favorites below, so you can get started on your Halloween crochet projects straight away. This selection of paid and free patterns are some of the cutest on the internet! They’ve been grouped into themes too, so that you can scroll down to find your favorites, easily.

Cute Halloween decorations, like adorable amigurumi dolls, are a great way to add some fun to the spooky season! Don’t be scared – give them a go!

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Ghost Crochet Patterns

These adorable ghosts are perfect for decorating your home for Halloween. They’re quick and easy to make, and they’re sure to put a smile on everyone’s face.

Free Halloween Crochet Pattern. Ghost Treat Bag

Ghost Treat Bag by Knitter Knotter

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This beginner-friendly treat bag is perfect for toddlers and children. It works up quickly and can be made in any color. This fun crochet project includes a photo tutorial, tips and tricks, and a chart too!

Free ghost no-sew crochet pattern by Zamiguz

Ghost Amigurumi by Zamiguz

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This amigurumi ghost is a quick and easy, no-sew pattern that’s perfect for Halloween decorating or as a great gift for kids. It’s an adorable, achievable little ghost pattern for beginners.

Spooky Boo Ghost Garland by See Love Share

Photo Credit: seeloveshare.it

Create a garland filled with ghostly apparitions! This free pattern comes with 3 differently designed ghosties and instructions for varied eye and mouth options.

Crochet Pumpkin Patterns

These festive pumpkin patterns are perfect for decorating your home or for giving as gifts. They’re easy to make, and can be displayed throughout Fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving too!

Pumpernickel the Pumkin Turtle by Little World of Whimsy

Pumpernickel the Pumpkin Turtle by Little World of Whimsy

Photo Credit: littleworldofwhimsy.com

This little ami doll, is the perfect example of something you didn’t know you needed, until you saw it!

Tunisian Fall Pumpkins free crochet patterns

Tunisian Crochet Pumpkins by Knitter Knotter

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Bring the bright colors of Fall into your home with this free and easy, Tunisian crochet pumpkin pattern. And you could add a mini scarf or hat to give your pumpkins a personality!

Cute Crochet Pumpkin Hat by Jo to the World

Pumpkin Hat by Jo to the World

Photo Credit: jototheworld.com

This free crochet pattern comes in 3 different sizes – toddler, child and adult, and is full of photos and step-by-step instructions to make the process easy!

Pumpkin Pot by Hooked on Patterns

Photo Credit: hookedonpatterns.com

When you first saw this pumpkin, did you guess it would be hollow? Remove the lid from this sweet pumpkin pot, to use it for a treat dish this Halloween. Plus, just use bulky yarn and a larger crochet hook to simply create larger sizes!

3 sizes of Pumpkin free crochet patterns by Fosbas Designs

3 sizes of Pumpkin by Fosbas Designs

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Make a whole patch of crochet pumpkins with this free and easy pattern. There are so many ways you can customize them too! They’d look sweet as a dining table centerpiece as well.

Round up of 24 Halloween crochet patterns

Bats and Spiders – Oh My!

These creepy crawlies are the perfect way to add a touch of creepiness to your Halloween decor. Hang the bats from your ceiling or attach to a holiday wreath. Spiders can be scattered around with webs, where they’re sure to scare up some holiday fun.

Baby Spider Amigurumi by Winter Berries

Baby Spider Amigurumi by Winter Berries

Photo Credit: www.ravelry.com (Dayna Lynn Inouye)

Don’t be scared. It’s a crochet spider with lots of eyes. It’s only made from yarn. But just look at those fangs!

Hanging Bat Ornament by Ollie + Holly

Photo Credit: www.ollieholly.com

This free amigurumi bat pattern is perfect for intermediate crocheters who are looking for a slight challenge. It’s made in pieces to be assembled at the end, and is as cute right way up, as upside down.

Halloween Garland web pennant flags by Annie design crochet

Halloween Web Garland by Annie Design Crochet

Photo Credit: www.anniedesigncrochet.com

An easy project of crochet triangles in bright Halloween hues, overlaid with intricate spider web designs. In no time at all, you’ll have yourself the most delightfully festive bunting this Halloween!

Cute Baby Bat Onesie by Love Life Yarn

Cute Baby Bat Onesie by Love Life Yarn

Photo Credit: lovelifeyarn.com

It’s baby dress-up time! Isn’t this the cutest bat costume you’ve ever seen? What a shame it’s just for flying babies.

Halloween Lollipops by Octopus Crochet

Halloween Lollipops by Octopus Crochet

Photo Credit: octopuscrochet.com

Weave some magic with a Halloween spider lollipop wand! Complete with web and tiny spider, this easy crochet pattern is a fun one for dressing up with, on the day!

Cute and Spooky Paid and Free Halloween Crochet Patterns Collection

Witch Crochet Patterns

Witches can be a little more challenging to make, but they’re sure to be a hit with everyone. Use these patterns to extend on the crochet skills you already have, or to indulge your creative bones a little more.

Witch Head Candy Dish by Blackstone Designs

Witch Head Candy Dish by Blackstone Designs

Photo Credit: blackstone-designs.com

A two-in-one crochet pattern is always a win! Make a magical distraction and a witchy candy dish for trick-or-treaters. Where’s the dish? Why, it’s under her hat!

Halloween Witch Gnome Applique by Golden Lucy Crafts

Halloween Witch Gnome by Golden Lucy Crafts

Photo Credit: goldenlucycrafts.com

This intermediate crochet pattern is free and adorable! Customize your own witch and use this applique to decorate for Halloween or a magical party!

Zena Mini Witch Amigurumi by Chai Coffee Crochet

Zena the Mini Witch Doll by Chai Coffee Crochet

Photo Credit: chaicoffeecrochet.com

It’s a mini amigurumi witch who uses her powers for good! This free pattern has been made using DK yarn and is the perfect size to fit in the palm of your hand. I don’t know about you, but I’m sure she’d make a fantastic Christmas gift for the right person.

Tapestry Crochet Flying Witch Wallhanging by Raffamusa Designs

Flying Witch Wall Hanging by Raffamusa Designs

Photo Credit: raffamusadesigns.com

A wall hanging for your front door or home, is a great way to decorate for Halloween! Or for spooky home decor all year ’round! This free Halloween crochet pattern uses tapestry crochet and is recommended for advanced beginners.

Wicked Witch of the West Yarn Bomb Crochet by Rayna Noel

Witch Legs Yarn Bomb by Rayna Noel

Photo Credit: www.ravelry.com (Rayna Noel)

This fun free pattern, is a 3-dimensional amigurumi pattern, which means that it is crocheted in the round and doesn’t require any sewing.

Cute Cauldron Crochet Pattern by Yum Yarn

Witch’s Cauldron by Yum Yarn

Photo Credit: yumyarn.wordpress.com

Using DK yarn and your intermediate skills, this unique crochet pattern has all the Halloween feels. An amigurumi cauldron is the perfect addition to these fun holiday crochet projects!

More Cute Crochet Halloween Patterns!

Designers can be incredibly creative when it comes to the Holidays! Get ready to discover even more surprising paid and free crochet patterns, in the cute collection below.

Frankenstein’s Monster Towel by A Crocheted Simplicity

Photo Credit: acrochetedsimplicity.com

Brightly colored crochet hand towels – to dry little hands – are a fun and easy way to add a touch of spooky fun to your home.

Mini Potion Bottle by Stitch by Fay

Photo Credit: www.stitchbyfay.com

Mini poison bottles can be crafted using any color combination – and will still look just as adorable.

Crochet Halloween Dishcloths by Raffamusa Designs

Photo Credit: raffamusadesigns.com

These 4 free patterns for Halloween dishcloths, feature an eyeball, spiderweb, candy corn and ghost. They’re just what your kitchen has always wanted, but was too afraid to ask!


Crochet Halloween Wine Toppers by Jo to the World

Photo Credit: jototheworld.com

Halloween parties are so much fun! Can you imagine gifting the host with a bottle of wine, complete with one of these cute little bottle toppers that you can whip up from scrap yarn? They’ll adore you!

Odin the Owl free Amigurumi pattern by Green Fox Farms Designs

Odin the Owl by Green Fox Farms Designs

Photo Credit: greenfoxfarmsdesigns.com

This amigurumi crochet pattern is for advanced beginners and is perfect for learning amigurumi skills to make soft toys like this little cutie. This sweet owl plushie uses basic stitches and features minimal pieces to sew together.

So, those are my top picks for spookily fun, paid and free Halloween crochet patterns. I hope you found something you like! And if you’re feeling creative, why not try making your own Holiday treats for this Halloween season?

There are so many possibilities, from quick halloween crochet patterns such as beginner-friendly ghosts and pumpkins, to more complex witches and other unique Halloween decorations. Have a frighteningly good time at your next Halloween party with these cute, kooky and crafty designs!

I’d love to know which is your favorite of these great decorations and halloween crochet ideas. 🎃

Happy Halloween!

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