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I don’t know how it has happened, but Halloween is almost here again. For those of you that are looking for something festive and fun free Halloween crochet patterns, I’ve created this roundup to give you some fun suggestions and inspiration.
So I’m starting with this adorable Baby Bat Costume by Amanda Saladin of Amandasaladin.com because seriously, this kid in the costume is ridiculously cute. It makes me wish my kids were smaller so I could squish them into one of these and enjoy some untamed cuteness.
Got a little cutie in your life that loves Cinderella? Head on over to Lovableloops.com to try out this great little dress and wig pattern for your little one. The pattern was recently updated to include sizes 18 – 24 months!
These little ghosts are cute and quick. When I first saw this on Pinterest, I knew I had to make it. I made it about a year and a half ago and gave it to my kids to play with and they love it. Check it out here: Baby Ghost Ornament for Halloween by A Morning Cup of Jo Creations
Need a last minute but beautiful Halloween costume? Check out this feminine and gorgeous Crochet Masquerade Mask from blog.darice.com.
These shark bags from cookiesnobcrochet.com would make fun candy bags!
Make one of these Extra Thick Knight’s Helmet for the knight in shining armor in your life.
I love these adorable little Glowing Crochet Ghosts by Jen’s A Little Loopy. Plus, I LOVE her blog name. These are cute AND they light up! So much fun!
For those that love to accessorize for the holiday, JenniferQ.com has a free Halloween crochet pattern for these great Halloween Frankenstein Cozies!
Puns are one of my favourite things and this pattern is pun-tastic! The Eye-Candy Toddler Crochet Halloween costume is hilarious and awesome. Now to go work on convincing my son that he needs to be this instead of Iron Man this year…wish me luck!
This Jumbo Crochet Pumpkin pattern from doriyumi.com is awesome. I love the curlicue used instead of a standard-looking leaf.
What’s your favourite Halloween crochet pattern? Let me know in the comments below! I’d love to know what everyone is making for Halloween this year.