10 Spell-binding Halloween Knitting Patterns

It’s October, which means Halloween is almost here! My family goes all out on Halloween. We have amazing Halloween decorations and we all dress up in spectacular costumes. All month long, we watch spooky movies like Corpse Bride and The Addams Family. These patterns are perfect to knit while watching Halloween movies!

1. Little Ghost Hat by Fox & Pine Stitches

Free. This pattern has a very simple beanie base, and then you use the duplicate stitch to make the little ghost. It’s written in 5 sizes: baby, toddler, children, women and men.

2. Little Pumpkins by Little Red Window

Free. These cute little pumpkins only take 20 minutes to make. I love projects like this, where gauge doesn’t matter, and you can use whatever yarn you want.

3. The Boo Pillow by While They Dream

$5.50. The colorwork on this pillow is done using the intarsia method. The striped back is very cute, but I think it would look even better with orange and black stripes. There is also a crochet version of this pattern.

4. Candy Corns by Purl Soho

Free. When I was a kid, I loved candy corn. My brother and I would have eaten candy corn for breakfast, lunch, and dinner if we could. Now that I’m an adult, I’d rather have a bowl of these adorable knit candy corn!

5. Skeleton Banner by Yarnspirations

Free. This skeleton banner is a nice size at 18″ x 19″. It would look great hanging on a door or in a window.

6. Trick or Treat Hat by Little Red Window

$5.50. If you’re looking to make a Halloween hat for your child, you need to check out Little Red Window! Here’s a link to more of their Halloween hat patterns. The above pattern is written in 4 sizes: 0-3 months, 6 months, 12 months, 2T+.

7. Easy Basketweave Knit Pumpkin by Love Life Yarn

Free. The pattern for the medium-sized pumpkin (pictured to the left) is free, if you want the pattern for the small and large size pumpkins, you’ll have to buy the PDF for $2.99.

8. Halloween Witch Doll by Purl Soho

Free. This witch doll pattern can easily be altered to make any witch you’d like, such as the Sanderson sisters or the Wicked Witch of the West. The doll measures 14 inches from top of the hat to the foot.

9. Trio of Treat Bags by Yarnspirations

Free. These treat bags would make a great gift, or you could use them as small candy bowls. The Frankenstein one is my favorite!

10. Spooky Sunset Socks by DROPS Design

Free. Cat themed knits are often very cute, but these socks are actually pretty spooky! These socks are worked from the toe up.

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