Halloween is almost here and it’s the knitter’s time to shine. This is the perfect time of year to exercise your creativity and embrace the magic of the season. So as the leaves change colors, and the days get shorter, why not reach for some yarn and needles. Bring on the cozy and cute free knitting patterns for Halloween!
Pumpkin Patch Hat
A classic pumpkin hat is a quick and easy way to add an extra dash of adorableness. This free knitting pattern is available in 6 sizes so you can make hats for the whole family!
Of course, just because you love pumpkins doesn't mean you want to wear one. You can show your appreciation in other ways too, like knitting a basket of pumpkins to adorn your front porch.
Spooktacular and Bat-tastic Socks
Combine your love of knitting socks with your love of Halloween in one great craft. Choose between pumpkin socks and bat socks. Our hand painted skeins of Galilea sock yarn would be great for this project!
Papa Spooky Cowl
It can be hard to find free knitting patterns for Halloween that work equally well for men and women. The Papa Spooky Cowl is a rare gem of a design that definitely fits the bill!
Friday / Halloween Shawl
The satisfying squish of garter stitch is the perfect choice for a cute and casual shawl in Halloween colors. Plus, who doesn't love a good shawl when the weather starts to shift this time of year?
Ghosty Emoji pattern by Amanda Berry
This silly ghost is sure to make you smile every time you see him. He would be an excellent addition to a mantel or a wonderful gift for a friend.
Scare Isle pattern by Lorraine Condotta
Step out in style with this fabulous fair isle hat complete with skull and bat motifs. The striking Halloween inspired color palette is sure to turn some heads!
Poison Apple Knit Beanie — CLICKETY STICKS
If you are a colorwork beginner, then here's a simpler (but no less fantastic) hat option for you to try. With only two colors to juggle, you're sure to find success!
Snuggly Skull Boot Cuffs
Fall is here and it's officially boot season! Complement your favorite footwear with this stunning pair of boot cuffs. I am getting all the spooky season vibes.
Smiling Jack-o’-Lantern Chart
Use this jack-o'-lantern chart to add some Halloween flair to a shirt (or whatever else you can think of) using the intarsia technique or duplicate stitch.
Who’s ready for spooky season?! Which of these free knitting patterns for Halloween caught your eye? Tell us all about it in the comments below or reach out to us on social media.