20 Free Halloween Knitting Patterns
These Halloween knitting patterns are sure to get you in the spooky, scary spirit!
Make your Halloween extra spooky by knitting up some of your own decorations. Besides being thrifty, knitting for Halloween is also incredibly fun. In these free Halloween knitting patterns, you'll be sure to find a pattern to decorate every corner of your house. Everything from pumpkins to witches to skeletons is included in this classic and chilling collection. If you love Halloween and also love knitting, all you have to do is choose the free knitting pattern that suits you best, grab your knitting needles, and cast on one of these holiday knitting patterns.
One of my favorites from this group has to be the tiny knit Candy Corn Pattern from knitting designer Anna of Mochimochi Land. These are the kind of knit Halloween decorations I must have around my house—they're colorful, itty bitty, and, in this case, calorie free! All joking aside, I hope you enjoy this special spine tingling collection of Halloween themed knitting patterns.
Dolls and Toys
If you're searching for some patterns that are cute and not so creepy, all of these certainly fall into that category. Not only do these guys make good knit Halloween decorations, but they're so cute that you'll want to keep them up in your house all year long.
The Ghost Buddy, shown below, is so cute you'll want to keep him out all year long and make him your adorable, spooky buddy.
Halloween Candy and Treats
The candy lover in me says that you can't have a decent Halloween celebration without the appropriate treats! The insanely adorable Candy Corn Pattern pictured below is one of the most innovative knit Halloween decorations I have ever come across.
I get extremely giddy at the thought of making enough to fill a knitted bowl! Don't you wish you could take a bite? These Halloween decoration ideas will add a little bit of childish fun to your home.
Skeletons and Witches
This knitted witch is one of the most adorably spooky halloween knitting patterns I've ever seen. She'd be right at home perched on a side table, book shelf, or even your mantle. Her oversized nose and spell bag make her more charming than scary, so this is a Halloween knitting pattern fit for all ages.
But if she's not quite your style, try out the Spooky Skeleton Sweater or Skull Cap Beanies instead to keep your little ones warm and well dressed for Halloween.
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What's your favorite way to decorate for Halloween?