Don’t let Halloween sneak up on you! Prepare some accessories in advance with the help of the authors we have discovered. Simple decorations will be quick to make but they will still look adorable. Trick or Treat Crochet Bags are definitely something kids will enjoy. Little ones will have fun designing, decorating, and carrying them around. You will also have fun while crocheting them because they are so easy to make. In addition, whimsical designs leave room for creative details such as appliques and other decorations. Take a look at these ideas and don’t wait till the last minute to make them. Check out these patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Always Treat Bags Free Crochet Pattern
A simple base with seasonal motifs, what a lovely idea for a bag! This time we are celebrating Halloween, but you should certainly keep the pattern for other occasions as well. Heather Firby has such a brilliant idea!
Level: beginner Author: Heather Firby
Halloween Pumpkin Treat Bags Free Crochet Pattern
You can use these easy-to-crochet trick or treat bags by Sonya Blackstone for many autumn occasions. For Halloween, decorate it with pumpkin appliques and maybe even give them away filled with sweet treats. Sounds awesome, doesn’t it?
Level: beginner Author: Sonya Blackstone
Creepy Candy Free Crochet Pattern
A basket covered in a cobweb? Yes, please! It will make a perfect table decoration as well as a treat bowl for a party. Or for every day! Why not, right? We all need a little sweet pick me up every now and then. DROPS Design knows it too!
Level: beginner Author: DROPS Design
Halloween Candy Bucket Free Crochet Pattern
This tapestry bucket definitely isn’t a scary project. Don’t get intimidated! It’s easy and quick to make and the ghost is certainly a perfect design for beginners. Lindsey Dale explained everything in detail! Grab your hook!
Level: beginner Author: Lindsey Dale
Spooky Halloween Basket Crochet Pattern
This sturdy basket only has a paid pattern but we couldn’t resist sharing it with you. Look, it’s full of treats You’ll surely have fun crocheting Frankie and Mummy to guard your sweet stash. Halloween wouldn’t be the same without them!
Level: beginner/intermediate Author: Carolina Guzman
Candy Corn Trick or Treat Bag Free Crochet Pattern
You may not like candy corn but you’ll certainly find this bag by Persia Lou super useful. It’s so easy to make with handles to carry around while trick-or-treating. Practical and cute, this is how we like our Halloween crochet patterns.
Level: beginner Author: Persia Lou
The original pattern and the photos are available on Persia Lou here.
Halloween Witch Trick or Treat Bag Free Crochet Pattern
A witch is a classic Halloween character, therefore a perfect idea for a treat bag. A hat, a crooked nose, and orange curls are certainly the most recognizable features of this scary lady. Sigoni Macaroni feels the spirit, without a doubt!
Level: upper beginner Author: Sigoni Macaroni
The original pattern and the photos are available on Sigoni Macaroni here.
Halloween Crochet Sugar Skull Bowl Pattern
These skull bowls in two different sizes will decorate your Halloween table like a dream. You can also attach strings for your little ones to carry! This is a paid pattern but totally worth every penny. Melanie Beth Bachura knows what’s up!
Level: upper beginner Author: Melanie Beth Bachura
The original pattern and the photos are available on Etsy here.
Happy Bat Bag Free Crochet Pattern
This fun bag is a quick and easy project to crochet in a free autumn afternoon. The patterns by Red Heart Design Team never fail us! Cut the wings from felt and embroider the bat’s face to complete this whimsical design.
Level: beginner Author: Red Heart Design Team
The original pattern and the photos are available on Yarnspirations here. More info on Ravelry here.
Owl Basket Crochet Pattern
The creative design looks stunning in black and purple, moreover, you can use it not only for Halloween. This owl basket is a paid pattern that will definitely catch everyone’s eye. Will you go a bit crazy this October? Briana Olsen will show you how!
Level: upper beginner Author: Briana Olsen
The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here.
Hungry Monster Candy Bag Free Crochet Pattern
Fill your hungry monster with treats to make it happy for this year’s Halloween! This adorable design will be perfect for little ones and surely fun for you to crochet too. Why are we so sure? Because we trust Jennifer Pionk!
Level: beginner Author: Jennifer Pionk
The original pattern and the photos are available on A Crocheted Simplicity here.