Spooky Knits For Halloween

Halloween

With Halloween around the corner, there is still time to make something spooky to wear or to decorate your home with.

Find something to make in this Halloween knitting pattern collection, with quick last minute costume knits (cat ears) to more complicated projects like the wonderful cat shawl.

Whatever you want to dress up as this post can give you a few ideas – from Freddy Kruger (the knitted sweater) to a cat with some black cat ears.

The patterns below range from beginner to more advanced – whatever your level of knitting, if you need any help with knitting stitches or abbreviations, please take a look at the knitting tutorials on my site.

There are also many free patterns for women, men, baby, kids, pets and the home in my knitting pattern library.

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For more Halloween ideas, take a look at these posts – How to have a magical Halloween and Hocus Pocus inspired costumes.

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Halloween knits

Take a look through the free knitting patterns below and find a spooky knitting project >>

*Click on the image/link to visit the free pattern*


Cat Shawl Knitting Pattern

Stranded colourwork shawl by Susanne Ljung features cat silhouettes with pawprint border.

The English version of the pattern is at the bottom of the page, under the Swedish version.


Cat Ear Headband Knitting Pattern

Make a last-minute costume for Halloween with this wonderful free cat ear headband pattern by Gina Michelle.

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Quick And Easy Cat Hat Free Knitting Pattern

Make a black cat hat for a last minute Halloween costume and draw some whiskers on with a red lip!

Get the free knitting pattern from Lion Brand.

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Relaxed Striped Pullover Free Knitting Pattern

Make a striped pullover in the style of Freddy Kruger to wear this Halloween (and with black skinny jeans and boots after!)

Get the free knitting pattern by Vogue Knitting on Ravelry.


Easy Poncho Free Knitting Pattern

Make a poncho in black and add to your Halloween costume if you are dressing as a witch or a teacher from Harry Potter (or knit in pink if you go as  Dolores Umbridge).

Get the free pattern by Cara Carina on Ravelry. 

easy knit poncho pattern


Tabby Cat Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

This free pattern is excerpted from Fiona Gable’s book Knitted Animal Scarves, Mitts, and Socks: 35 Fun and Fluffy Creatures to Knit and Wear.

Find the free pattern here from cut out and keep.

Wear as part of your Halloween costume and through the fall/winter to stay warm!

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I hope that you have enjoyed my Halloween pattern roundup and that you have found some ideas for costumes!

Have a Happy Halloween!

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