A collection of pictures of crocheted Halloween display decorations.

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Let’s celebrate Halloween!

So, here are a few funny ideas for a contemporary Halloween display. Undoubtedly, if you have spent last year stuck at home or maybe Halloween was canceled in your city, it’s even more important to make it as big as possible this year! Of course, bigger does not automatically mean harder or more expensive. Indeed, these decorations are simple enough that even beginners shouldn’t fear them. Moreover, if you are a veteran, they’ll provide a fun and relaxing diversion from your masterpieces.

Halloween Display

To begin with, If you like mystery and a real Halloween mood, these patterns are just right for you. I don’t know why, but even the books here look scary. Without a doubt they are full of evil spells. There are also crochet candles as well, and you can choose between tarantula/spider, death/grim reaper or zombie puppy as well.

Halloween Display

The original pattern and the photos are available in a form of a video tutorial on Youtube:

Halloween Display

Witch Leg Yarn Bomb

Of course, a hHalloween display that is easy and quick is most effective. Thus, I love simplicity like in this one. The witch’s leg can be stuck everywhere, from your front porch,  a big rock or in a trunk door. However, from underneath the house is definitely the most classic.
Witch Leg Yarn Bomb

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:

Witch Leg Yarn Bomb

There’s a Witch Stuck in My Wreath!

To this point, here is another Halloween display sporting Witch Legs, this time in the middle of a ribbon wreath. Overall, this acts on a lot of kids’ imaginations and is pretty funny too. Furthermore, you can even make a different pair of socks to easily re-arrange it for the next Holidays!there is a witch stuck in my wreath


The original pattern and the photos are available on stringdingding.com blog:

There’s a Witch Stuck in My Wreath!

Witch Gnome

Of course, a Halloween display doesn’t have to frighten. Consequently, this gnome looks more cute than scary, and will be a perfect addition to your Halloween display if you have younger children or horrors are not your thing.
witch gnome

The original pattern and the photos are available on Winding Road Crochet:

Witch Gnome

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