Halloween is just a month away, this is usually about the time I start decorating and thinking about costumes. So today I have 7 free crochet patterns to help you prepare for the spookiest month of them all!

Halloween free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Candy Corn Door Basket by Moogly
“Crochet something festive for your front door – or any room! – with the free crochet Candy Corn Door Basket pattern!”

2) Jack-O-Lantern Beanie by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts
“I absolutely love making beanies. And since it is now fall and Halloween coming up, it is the perfect time for making Halloween themed beanies. This beanie pattern is a perfect beginner crochet pattern.”

3) Hungry Monster Candy Bag by A Crocheted Simplicity
“How much fun would your little one have while walking around trick-or-treating, feeding their own little Hungry Monster Candy Bag?”

4) Crochet Spiderweb by Just Be Happy Life
This spider web is a great indoor or outdoor decoration!

5) Li’l Pumpkin Hat by Stitches ‘N’ Scraps
“I shared with you my Puffy Pinwheel Hat pattern. One Friday evening, I was working on that pattern at my LYS, and my friend Annie said “that looks like a pumpkin!” Well of course she was right (she usually is), and of course I had to make a pumpkin version.”

6) Good Little Witch Hat by Jessie At Home
“Sometimes you just need a cute witch hat! I created this adorable pink and orange little hat for my good little witch, Kyla.”

7) Halloween Blanket by Maria’s Blue Crayon
“Hello and welcome to the Halloween Blanket Crochet Along! Here in this post, you will find information about the crochet along as well as each week’s assignment/pattern for the week!”

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