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7 Free Knitting Patterns for Homemade Halloween Costumes and Easy Decorating Ideas
Perfect for baby's first Halloween, the Baby Bear Halloween Hoodie is sure to keep him warm while trick-or-treating. This knit hoodie pattern features a simple stockinette stitch base, darling bear ears, and a sweet little paw print motif on the front pocket. This adorable DIY baby Halloween costume is sure to be passed down in your family for Halloweens to come.
This spook-tacular pattern is the perfect Halloween knitting project. Knit Halloween decorations don't have to be complicated--these One Skein Rats can be made in a matter of hours. With just one ball of yarn, you can create two of these creepy little rats for Halloween. Scatter them around your yard for a chilling effect. Use them to scare guests at your Halloween bash. If you're not into Halloween decor, these rats can easily be turned into cute knit toys by switching their eye color.
Get ready for Halloween by knitting up some adorable pumpkin projects. In 10 Knitted Pumpkin Patterns Free Patterns for You to Make this Halloween, you will find a variety of patterns to add to your growing collection of autumn decor. Even if knitting for Halloween isn't your thing, knitting pumpkin patterns is surprisingly rewarding - and addictive. Just think about it once you complete a project, not only will you have complete bragging rights (you did make it yourself, after all), but you'll also have a nice fall decoration that can be used again and again. Unfortunately, you won't be able to roast any of the seeds from the knit pumpkin patterns (note real pumpkins aren't quite as fuzzy as knit ones). But unlike a real pumpkin, you won't have to worry about it going rotten. That seems like a pretty fair trade off to me.
This darling hat and mittens set is the ultimate DIY baby Halloween costume. Baby's First Bear Costume features a darling hood with bear ears and cute little mittens adorned with a paw print motif. You're sure to treasure this homemade Halloween costume long after baby has outgrown it. Pair this set with a fuzzy brown onesie for a cuddly costume you'll love being able to say you made.
Stop the search. This is the cutest Halloween baby costume we've seen yet. Not only is it fuzzy and warm, but the Cuddly Candy Corn Cocoon Cap will get your baby the most candy on the block. This pattern is essentially a knit pouch and cap, making it an easy first homemade Halloween costume for baby. So, whether or not you get the most candy this year, one thing is for sure you'll want to eat your little munchkin right up!
Halloween is a wonderfully whimsical holiday its the one night of the year when you can be anyone or anything you want to be. Your knitting can take on a new purpose at Halloween, too. If theres anything weird and spooky youve ever wanted to create, Halloween is the time to get knitting. Creating a homemade Halloween costume is a truly rewarding experience, and that knitted costume can prove to be surprisingly handy.
If you're looking for a fun homemade Halloween costume to don at your next party, then these Incognito Glasses will make the perfect disguise. Maybe you're looking for a wacky Halloween costume idea or you're just a natural born jokester. Either way, we guarantee that you'll love this knitting pattern. These silly glasses will bring a smile to your face. Halloween is all about becoming someone else. Learn how to knit this disguise by following the pattern and then felting in your washing machine. You'll have everyone fooled on Halloween night.
No Trekkie homemade Halloween costume is complete without pointy Vulcan ears! If you're a fan of sci-fi, then you will love these Spock Ears. Whether you are making a handmade Halloween costume or knitting some cosplay for comic-con, these Spock ears are a must-have. No Star Trek crew is complete without a Spock. If you're the Vulcan in your ship, make sure you have the ears to match. This is such a quick knit--you could have these ears done before Scotty beams you to another planet. Live long and prosper!
This cute baby costume is perfect for your cub's first Halloween. This Teddy Sweater and Hat knitting pattern will keep your baby cuddly during their first Trick-or-Treating experience. Keep your little bear feeling cozy and warm in this adorable ensemble. The cute little ears on this hat will keep your little one perky. There's no need to growl over this easy knitting pattern. Separate the hat and sweater for a versatile, year-round option. The tie on this sweater allows this soft knit to fit as your cub grows older.
This homemade Halloween costume will be the envy of the neighborhood trick-or-treaters. Nobody can resist these Skeleton mittens. This easy Halloween knit will put you in a festive spirit. These mittens will keep your kid's hands warm during those chilly days in late October. They also make a fun homemade costume when combined with the matching Spooky Skeleton Sweater. This scare-tastic ensemble will make your little tike look like a jangly skeleton. If Halloween is in your bones, then this knitting pattern is for you!