Halloween is coming and there are so many amazing crochet patterns available for you to make sweet little characters and decor for your home. You can make little gifts and delightful little trinkets to sit on your desk and spur conversation. I’ve rounded up a collection of these stunning patterns for you to make, just in time for another fun Halloween season!
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How sweet is this Halloween Tree Set Amigurumi Crochet Pattern from Medaami Patterns? This pattern set includes easy to follow instructions along with pictures showing you how to make each of the three little characters you see here. The little bat, the little spider, and the little owl, along with the Halloween tree are all included.
Medaami Patterns also has this super sweet Halloween Ghost Cat Amigurumi Crochet Pattern complete with a jack-o-lantern candy bag. That sweet little face just gets me. I think I need this little cat ghost sitting on my desk at work!
Check out this stunning Crocheted Pumpkin Amigurumi Pattern from Crochet by Nata Erkhova. This is a detailed tutorial for a very realistic crocheted pumpkin: look at the attention to detail in the leaves! So incredible. There are plenty of free simple pumpkin patterns out there, but this one is next level!
Need a set of crochet hooks? This Crochet Hook Set has everything you need to get started with crochet.
Hippiegurumi Crochet is offering this incredible set of 6 Halloween Amigurumi Crochet Patterns for a super deal right now (75% off!). This set includes instructions to make a crocheted skeleton, Sally, Cthulhu, Frankenstein, Voodoo, and Sam the pumpkin.
This Pumpkin and Ghost Hanger Crochet Pattern from Kein Maker would make a lovely doornob hanger, or whimsical touch to your mudroom. Make just pumpkins for fall or Thanksgiving decor! Add ghosts for Halloween!
While it’s not really decor-related like the rest of the patterns I’m featuring today, I couldn’t help but include the Halloweb Top Crochet Pattern from Crochetreat. This beginner-friendly pattern includes instructions for how to make your own crocheted spider web top. It’s cute as shown, but in my climate, I would have to wear it over a full long sleeved tee-shirt. It would make a fun and classy easy costume!
Looking for a great amigurumi yarn? Yarn Art Jeans is a size 2 cotton blend yarn with excellent stitch definition! It’s perfect for amigurumi!
This Pumpkin House with Halloween Treats Crochet Pattern from Pinky Pinky Blue AU is a great deal! It includes a tutorial for how to make this sweet pumpkin house and the witchy hat roof, which opens to reveal a collection of six types of treats to fill your treat house! This would make a great play-food type of toy for a child to play trick-or-treating!
Eeek! How cute is this Little Trick-or-Treating Amigurumi Ghost with Pumpkins from Juliia Pyha? I just love the rosy cheeks and shy little smile on this sweet ghost, with her witchy little hat. And we can’t forget her sweet little pumpkin friends. Clearly one of those pumpkins is Canadian because that scarf is just perfect for a Canadian Halloween!
I think the scarecrow needs to make a Halloween comeback. Just look at how sweet this little Halloween Scarecrow Toy Amigurumi Crochet Pattern from Toys Metlina Elena is! From patched little overalls to button eyes and a crumpled hat, complete with his own pumpkins and crows, this little toy would make a delightful addition to your fall decor!
One of my favourite crochet designers for creepy amigurumi is Svetlana from Fayni Toys. She designed this Creepy Eyeball Spider Amigurumi Pattern, which would make either a fun toy or with the right hardware, or even just a safety pin, would make a classy, creepy brooch, perfect for Halloween in the office! If your office is the serious type, where costumes aren’t really a thing, it can be a fun way to add a little bit of the creepy whimsy to the day!
I hope you loved these adorable but creepy Halloween inspired crochet patterns. Grab your hooks and yarn, pick up your pattern and get crocheting! Or pin it for later!