Free Patterns Last Minute Crochet Halloween Ideas

15+ Last Minute Crochet Halloween Ideas and Free Patterns

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Are your costumes and decorations prepared? If not and you start panicking, don`t worry. Explore these Last Minute Crochet Halloween Ideas for some inspiration. They are quick and easy projects that will not only accessorize your look but will also give your home a spooky vibe. Simple details such as a web collar or a witch`s hat can transform even a plain outfit. In addition, a cuddly amigurumi can also become a wearable detail and not only a kid’s toy. And how about decorating your table with some creepy coasters and jar cozies? Being creative doesn`t mean you have to spend long hours on preparations. You can certainly pull it off in no time with this collection of crochet treats. Check out these patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Halloween Table Decor and Trick or Treat Bags.

1. Pumpkin Cuties free crochet pattern

Don’t worry if you’re not yet ready for Halloween because there’s still time to make a bunch of quick crochet decorations. Jennifer’s amigurumi pumpkin pattern will help you produce these vampiric cuties with little fangs and glossy eyes. Gather leftover yarn ends and try them this weekend!

Level: upper beginner Author: Jennifer Santos

colorful amigurumi pumpkin free crochet pattern.

photos by Jennifer Santos from top, bottom

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2. Hanging Spiders free crochet pattern

Even if you’re afraid of spiders, these cuties from Amour Fou will steal your heart. They are squishy, friendly, and versatile because you can use them as toys or as decor. As you can see in the photos, they can hang from a branch, creating a great seasonal wall decoration.

Level: upper beginner Author: Amour Fou

three crochet amigurumi spiders hanging on a wall.

photos by Amour Fou /

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3. Gigi The Ghost Free crochet pattern

Who said that ghosts have to be spooky, right? As we can all see, they can be very cute as well. Keke’s project is a speedy one, so you can make a bunch of these adorable creatures in one evening. All you need is a little bit of velvet yarn and a package of plastic safety eyes.

Level: upper beginner Author: Keke Grace

Two pictures of amigurumi crochet ghosts with bows on them.

photo by Keke Grace /

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4. Halloween Ghost Gnome free crochet pattern

Lucy the master of crochet appliques, never disappoints and her newest project is super cute. Imagine gnomes, but spooky – white hats, white skirts, silver beards… They must be ghost gnomes! Beginners, you have no excuses now because this project is as easy as it gets. 

Level: beginner Author: GoldenLucyCrafts

Crocheted ghosts and pumpkins.

photo by GoldenLucyCrafts /

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5. That Witch – Crochet Witch Hat Free Pattern

Are there any future witches among our lovely readers? Without a doubt, Halloween is almost here! If you want to crochet an awesome accessory to celebrate the big day, this witch hat pattern by Jessie at Home is exactly what you need.

Level: beginner Author: Jessie at Home

Crochet Witch Hat

The original pattern and the photos are on Jessie at Home.

6. Halloween Web Collar Free Crochet Pattern

Victorian collar with a Halloween twist will surely elevate even a simple black dress. It`s adjustable so it will suit an adult as well as a child. Also, why not try to add some sparkly thread for a bit of magic?

Level: beginner Author: Emma Escott

Crochet Halloween Web Collar

The original pattern and the photos are on Lulu Loves. More info on Ravelry.

7. Halloween Crochet Coasters Free Pattern

Add some scary decorations to your table with a set of coasters. Easy and quick to crochet, they will also make a great gift for a party hostess.

Level: beginner Author: Christine Gibson

Halloween Crochet Coasters

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry

8. Witch Legs Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Whatever the weather these witch legs will make a fantastic accessory for trick or treaters or party guests. Give it a go in different colors for that extra special look. And how about customizing this scarf with red and white for Christmas elf legs?

Level: beginner Author: Chelsea Roberts

Crochet Legs Scarf

The original pattern and the photos are on The Crafter Life. More info on Ravelry.

9. Bewitching Hat Free Crochet Pattern

If you haven`t sorted the costumes yet, here`s an idea. This witch`s hat will be a great addition for kids and adults because it will surely stir up some spooky vibes.

Level: beginner Author: Red Heart Design Team

Crochet Witch Hat

The original pattern and the photos are on  I Like Crochet. More info on Ravelry.

10. Witch’s Cauldron Free Crochet Pattern

Amigurumi cauldron will be a lovely decoration for a party table. You can also attach it to a headband for a quick finishing touch to your costume. Grab some leftovers and brew up this magical softie.

Level: beginner Author: Yum Yarn

Crochet Witch's Cauldron

The original pattern and the photos are on Yum Yarn. More info on Ravelry.

11. Fall Halloween Jar Cozy Free Crochet Pattern

No party will be complete without the right decorations. These jar cozies will work up fast and you can use them for snacks, drinks or other treats. Surely kids and adults will love them so give them as a gift as well.

Level: beginner Author: Rachel Cantrell

Crochet Halloween Jar Cozy
The original pattern and the photos are on Rachel’s Lovely Stitches. More info on Ravelry.

Halloween Pumpkin Unicorn Amigurumi – no longer available

Pumpkins dressed as unicorns or unicorns dressed as pumpkins? Why not, as long as they give you that magical Halloween-y vibe. They will definitely be stunning as a decoration for a table or for a cute garland. This is a paid pattern but so worth a try.

Level: beginner Author: Elena Pichugina

Pumpkin Unicorn Amigurumi

This pattern is no longer available.

12. Frankenstein’s Monster Free Crochet Pattern

Are you a fan of spooky amigurumi? Why not give the children a special Halloween gift this year? This adorable Frankenstein`s monster will make a great cuddly buddy for any age. It`s also very easy to make!

Level: beginner Author: Spin a Yarn Crochet

Crochet Frankenstein's Monster
The original pattern and the photos are on Spin a Yarn Crochet. More info on Ravelry.

Skeleton Beanie – paid Crochet Pattern

It will surely be cold on the night of Hallow`s Eve and this beanie will be a great idea to keep you warm. This pattern is paid but worth a try because it will definitely be the scariest hat in the neighborhood.

Level: beginner Author: Margaux Rull

Crochet Skeleton Beanie

The original pattern and the photos are on Etsy

13. Little Bat Morceguinha Free Crochet Pattern

This adorable bat with huge eyes will definitely conquer your heart. You can use it as a key chain, Halloween ornament or even as a brooch or a hair clip. Surely you must give it a go!

Level: beginner Author: Adriana Gori

Crochet Bat

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry

14. Haunted House Ornament Free Crochet Pattern

Welcome to the haunted house! Halloween is coming fast and we are all working on the decorations, aren’t we? If you still haven’t found your favorites, you should certainly take a look at this wonder released by Mooeyandfriends.

Level: beginner Author: Mooeyandfriends

Haunted House Halloween Ornament

The original pattern and the photos are on Mooeyandfriends. More info on Ravelry.

15. Witch Gnome Free Crochet Pattern

A funny and adorable applique by GoldenLucyCrafts! If you are already working on Halloween decorations, you will certainly want to add these little cuties to your collection. You can use them for a garland or get creative in another way!

Level: beginner Author: GoldenLucyCrafts

Crochet Witch Gnome

The original pattern and the photos are on GoldenLucyCrafts. More info on Ravelry.

16. Spider Decoration Free Crochet Pattern

Perfect for decorations and pranks! This super easy crochet pattern just released by Ruth Haydock is a must-have for all the Halloween lovers. You can also make great use of them in your Halloween costume! Just get creative.

Level: beginner Author: Ruth Haydock

Crochet Spiders

The original pattern and the photos are on Ruth Haydock. More info on Ravelry.

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    1. All the available links to the patterns are under the photos! 🙂 We have checked all the links on this page – they work correctly, so you should be able to download your chosen patterns.

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