5 Free Halloween Knit Sweater Patterns


5 Free Halloween Knit Sweater Patterns

Get into the Halloween spirit with these spook-tacular patterns!

5 Free Halloween Knit Sweater Patterns

A lot of us reach that point eventually where we just can't keep dressing up every year. My parents just put on their Packers jerseys and go as Packers fans–every. single. year. Hey, it's easy, they love it, and kids don't know any better.

For a lot of people, it's important to still be in the Halloween spirit for the kiddos trick-or-treating in your neighborhood, even if you don't want to shell out $50-$100 on a one-time-wear costume. Why not make yourself one of these free halloween knit sweater patterns instead? You can wear it every single year and dress it up with a witch hat or some ghost earrings to stay festive. Check out our favorite halloween sweater knitting patterns below.

1. Candy Corn Sweater

It's easy to see why this Halloween sweater knitting pattern is so popular: for those of you who never liked to dress up as anything scary, but still loved the Halloween spirit, why not wear your favorite Halloween candy? ...What, you're saying candy corn isn't your favorite? Alright, well, then, why not wear the most mediocre candy?

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Candy Corn Sweater

2. Spooky Skulls Free Knit Sweater Pattern

A sweater like this might just be a staple in some of your wardrobes, but for others, this kind of knit is perfect for Halloween. It pairs well with a pair of skeleton pants or a little decorative skeleton buddy hanging out on your shoulder as you pass out candy. And, hey, if you're feeling a little dangerous, you could just wear it on any old Tuesday.

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Spooky Skulls Free Knit Sweater Pattern

3. 100% That Witch

Free Halloween knit sweater patterns just don't come this amazingly detailed. From the tonal yarn to the little potion books, this sweater is truly a masterpiece. However, it's definitely for more intermediate to advanced knitters, so don't cast on unless you're sure you can handle it.

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100% That Witch

4. Falling Stars Top Down Sweater

If you're looking for something that you can continue to wear beyond Halloween, the Falling Stars Top Down Sweater is for you. This pattern wasn't even created with Halloween in mind, but the chevron design at the yoke is reminiscent of a spiderweb, and the purple and black coloring is just too festive to ignore. This sweater is great for those of you who are a little more lukewarm on Halloween but love a good versatile sweater.

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Falling Stars Top Down Sweater

5. Witch Tube Top

Now for something completely different: literally the closest thing you can get to wearing a costume without actually wearing a costume. Sure, you could pick this tube top up and wear it any time of the year, but you'll definitely be thrown into a certain category in everyone's mind. If that's your thing, you do you! Pair this one with a witch's hat and a broom and you're basically dressing up for Halloween. Dang.

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Witch Tube Top

How are you dressing this Halloween?

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