10 free and frightening Halloween crochet patterns

Halloween is the time for blood-curdling decorations, adorable pumpkin outfits, and ghoulish accessories. There is no better occasion to grab your crochet hooks and get creative! Enjoy 10 of our favorite free Halloween crochet patterns. But be warned, you’ll be terrified by how much you love them!

1. Pirate throw

If you’re a Jack Sparrow and Captain Hook mega fan, then you’ll absolutely love this pirate-themed throw. Decorated with pirate crossbows, this crochet throw will add instant Halloween charm to your home. Plus, it’ll ward off any approaching ghosts.

2. Skull sweater

This spooky skull sweater uses our Red Heart Super Soft yarn which comes in 12 vibrant colors. Crochet one for everybody in the family for a totally adorable trick-or-treating outfit.

3. Ghost key chain

As a Halloween-obsessive, carrying a ghastly token with you wherever you go seems like a no-brainer. This ghost key chain is here to make your day-to-day life a little more spirited.

4. Frankenstein Bunting

Bunting: it’s impossible not to love it! This Frankenstein version is no exception. This green and gruesome bunting will turn your house into an unearthly wonderland.

5. Skull doilies

When it comes to Halloween, going all out is essential! Add these orange and black skull doilies into the mix this scary season. They’re the perfect way to spice up your living room for your big Halloween party.

6. Hanging bats

Hang these adorable bats around the house to instantly creepify any room. Or, decorate your yard with these blood-sucking critters to welcome your party guests.

7. Pumpkin bowls

Nothing could be more Jack Skellington than these kooky and creepy crochet pumpkin bowls. Fill them with candy for trick-or-treaters, or place them around the room for your Halloween guests.

8. Spiderweb wreath

Add an eerie charm to your house this Halloween with this spiderweb wreath. Place it on your door to invite trick-or-treaters to approach, but will they dare to knock?

9. Amigurumi pumpkins

Take a break from carving pumpkins this year, and crochet these cute amigurumi pumpkins. Perfect for beginners, this pattern is a great way to add some last minute decorations to your house this Halloween.

10. Black cat

No Halloween decorations are complete without a black cat. So if you don’t have a real-life Salem living with you, crochet your own! This witchy sidekick couldn’t be better for keeping an eye on approaching ghostly guests.