A collage of amigurumi dolls, pumpkins, and skeletons perfect for Halloween decorations.

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The ghouls and goblins are nigh!

So, it’s mid-September and the Halloween stuff is out in force in the stores. However, we crocheters can do better, right? Indeed, all we need is a bit of time, and a bit of that is what we have. It’s 6 weeks to work up a frenzy of ghosts, ghouls, goblins, bats, spiders and sundry other creepy crawlies. Accordingly, here are some fine patterns to get you into the “esprit de corpse”. I just know, your house can be the scariest and most haunted it’s ever been with these fine halloween decorations.

Halloween Witch with Pumpkitty

The adorable pumpkitten is a companion for the amigurumi witch. Although this is definitely a Halloween team, it looks more friendly than spooky but certainly with a Halloween flair. Therefore, these toys will look perfect in addition to your other halloween decorations. Lets get started preparing for Halloween night!

Skills: Intermediate   Designer: Amigurumi Today

Halloween Witch with Pumpkitty

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Halloween Witch with Pumpkitty

Circle of Skulls Wreath Free Crochet Pattern

Here is a great idea for a door wreath for Halloween. These circle of skulls on a pumpkin-colored crocheted wreath with a wire backing is a beautiful yet appropriately scary decoration that will show all the little trick-or-critters that here is a house where they can definitely knock on the door and say Boo! The project is easy to make, and best of all, if you keep it in a dust-free bag, it will be a cherished Halloween decoration for many years to come.

Skills: Easy to Intermediate   Designer : Nancy Anderson

Circle of Skulls Wreath Free Crochet Pattern

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Circle of Skulls Wreath

Halloween Tentacle Candy Bowl

Here is a funny pattern for a halloween decoration. It will be a particularly great idea for Halloween 2020, if you plan to distribute sweets and at the same time maintain social-distancing.  You can make it in any size to fit the trick-or-treater hordes knocking down your door.

Designer:  Tamara Kelly

Halloween Tentacle Candy Bowl

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 Halloween Tentacle Candy Bowl

Jack-In-The-Web Free Crochet Pattern

Meanwhile, for inside the house, here is a beautiful doily or trivet incorporating four pumpkins into a spiderweb. It’s attractive, but fun and easy Halloween decoration, so thereby it’s a great project to try to do with your kids.

Skills: Easy              Designer: Marsha Glassner

Grim Reaper

“This is Mr. Death. He is a reaper.” Correspondingly, this super cute Grim Reaper ami will be the highlight of your Halloween table.

 Designer: Carolyne Brodie

grim reaper

The full article about this pattern is here:

Grim Reaper

Frankenstein Candy Pouch

This pattern is rather a gift bag, and should be presented maybe in Gift Bag Free Crochet Patterns category. However, Halloween is the only occasion to present a Frankenstein gift bag, so let’s leave it here. An easy project for the last moment gift.

 Designer: Sarah Zimmerman

Frankenstein Candy Pouch

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Frankenstein Candy Pouch

Poisoned Apple

A great halloween decoration, it can be used as a Halloween potholder or hanged as an ornament.  It will also be a great decoration for hanging on a tree outside while Trick-or-Treaters come to your house.

 Designer:  GoldenLucyCrafts

Poisoned Apple

The full article about this pattern is here:

Poisoned Apple

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One Comment

  1. Paula Sibert says:

    Like the pumpkins and even though the others are cute, I’m sorry to say I’m not into the others.

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