Two pictures of crocheted Halloween amigurumi pumpkins and ghosts.

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The season for little ghosts and ghouls is not quite here yet, but we have to get ready.

It’s not all candy and chocolate, after all. Therefore these cute little trick-or-treaters will be just the thing for your kids’ halloween play set. These amigurumi figurines are playful, fun to make, and moreover just right for small hands to hold. Lastly, because you likely need to make these toys in large numbers, they are easy to make and require little in the way of yarn. Therefore, they will not tax your abilities, nor your wallet.

Halloween Set

This halloween amigurumi set includes a ghost advent calendar, a unicorn, pumpkin kids (and pumpkins) and a kid in a devil costume. Boo! A link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Skills:  Easy        Designer: StringyDingDing

Halloween Amigurumi Set Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Halloween Amigurumi Set

Ghost Halloween Amigurumi

Here is a friendly little ghost delivering a cute pumpkin for your Halloween enjoyment. After all, what could be more appropriate to the season?

Designer:   StringyDingDing

Ghost Amigurumi

The full article about this pattern is here:

Ghost Halloween Amigurumi

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2 Comments

  1. Please do not advertise that your patterns are free when they are not!!!!!

    1. Hi Kathleen, a link under the photo take you to the pattern page. The patterns are free,but you may have to scroll some intro text first.

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