Discover a collection of 8 Free Halloween Crochet Patterns that will get you excited about the fast approaching spooky holiday. Cats and skulls and different kinds of spiderwebs embody the spirit of Halloween and are super fun to make. The patterns range from easy to intermediate skill level, so you can practice or learn a lot of interesting crochet stitches. Each of these patterns include video tutorial to help you with stitches and techniques.
Halloween is fast approaching and it’s time to crochet the easy spiderweb.
Spiral Cobweb is easy to crochet using two colors of thread and spiral crochet technique. I love it because I use both colors simultaneously without cutting them off after each round, and that means I don’t have to weave in millions of ends when it’s finished.
Skull is really quick and easy piece to make and it gives endless options to add the spooky vibe to your Halloween decorations.
The Little Spider Tablecloth is quick and easy to crochet and it makes a great Halloween decoration. This is an easily adjustable pattern to make different sizes of the tablecloth.
The tablemats are fairly easy to crochet and you will learn a few special techniques like making magic ring, reverse single crochet stitch and surface slip stitch.
Perfect time to crochet whimsical cat hat as the fall weather is settling in and Halloween is creeping closer. The hat is fun to make and fun to wear! Crochet part of the hat is easy, stitching the cat face can get tricky, so I recommend watching my video for illustration.
Cats are so cute, it’s about time to crochet them, and my Black Cat Table Runner is the way to do it! This one is made in filet crochet technique which is a wonderful method to create all kinds of images and the grid-like texture looks really good on contrast color surface.
With this fun Halloween pattern you will learn to crochet spiderweb mason jar cover and add extra spice with cute charms. Charms are optional but they will give your jar cover a proper look of Halloween decor and they are not difficult to attach. I used little black cats and silver pumpkins.