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Let Halloween Amigurumi haunt your house this year! If you want to become the queen of scary party decor, you definitely need these patterns for amigurumi bats in your library. Your kids will be so excited!

Are you already familiar with all the secrets of the noble art of amigurumi? If you are, this time of the year is certainly so fun for you! If you are not, it is such an awesome opportunity to learn. Halloween is surely the perfect time for celebrating our love for amigurumi! Just think about all the little ghosts, black cats, witches, spiders, and bats! If you need to add some new exciting patterns to your collection before the spookiest of holidays comes, you have undoubtedly landed in the right corner of Your Crochet today. Are you ready to fly with Halloween Amigurumi Bats? We are! The links to free patterns are under the photos.

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Little Amigurumi Bats with Free Crochet Patterns

Bat Draculon

Have you heard about Yarnhild and her awesome Halloween CAL? This lovely amigurumi bat pattern is the second part of the whole event. The ghosts have already been released as well! We recommend you take a look at the designer’s website ASAP! You will feel all the information you need there.

Amigurumi Bat

The original pattern and the photos are available on Yarnhild here:

Bat Draculon

More info on Ravelry here.

Linette the Bat

Isn’t Linette out-of-this-world adorable? Oh, without a doubt! This sweet amigurumi bat by Elisa Sartori will surely be a treat to all the people who prefer the cute version of Halloween decorations. Who said that pumpkins, spiders, and bats can’t blush and smile, right?

Amigurumi Bat

The original pattern and the photos are available on Elisa’s Crochet here:

Linette the Bat

More info on Ravelry here.

Spooky Batty Bat

It’s Halloween, boo! These scarily cute bats by Crafty Bunny Bun are a perfect way to show your “esprit de corps” this season. These easy and fun little bats are so quick to make, you can fill up your Halloween pumpkin with them in no time. As an alternative, you could use them as party loot bag stuffers. In all, they’re great and loads of fun to both make and have.

Spooky Batty Bat Free Crochet Pattern

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The original pattern and the photos are available on Crafty Bunny Bun here:

Spooky Batty Bat

More info on Ravelry here.

Halloween Ornaments

Of course, in addition to bats, there are also many other Halloween-themed toys. These six decorations by Abby Sy (bat included!) are a great way to enliven a display, whether a tree, like shown or a window or door frame. All options are open. Which one will you go for this year?

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halloween ornaments free crochet pattern

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ollie Holly here:

Halloween Ornaments

More info on Ravelry here.

Chloe The Bat

Here is one more original free amigurumi bat crochet pattern for Halloween! All the little girls and boys who love cuddly toys are going to be so happy spending autumn with little Chloe. Manuska Crochet is the queen of amigurumi, evidently! It is a paid option but certainly worth every penny. Try the other ones on the designer’s page!

Amigurumi Bat

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here:

Chloe the Bat

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Inspiring Amigurumi Bat Projects

Who said that pink and Halloween do not get along well? Certainly not the brilliant author behind Natalia Rodina Designs and most certainly not us! We mean, how irresistibly cute is this little crochet bat? Get equipped with fuzzy yarn ASAP!

Pink Amigurumi Bat

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The photo is available on @nataliarodinadesign’s Instagram here.

We have almost melted when we saw this cute little amigurumi gentlemen for the first time! It looks like sweetness took over our collection of crochet bat patterns for Halloween, without a doubt. Get inspired by MarieSmthredToys and make something sweet this October!

Crochet Bat

The photo is available on @marie_smthred_toys’ Instagram here.

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3 Comments

  1. Maria C. Gomez says:

    These little bats are cute will try to make some time soon. I am in the middle of a project right now, these will be great toys for my grandbabies.

  2. Pattern isn’t free – it costs nearly 10NZD in the etsy shop !!!!

  3. I am looking for the free bats pattern.

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