Halloween is just around the corner. With it’s dressing up and decorations, it’s vibrant colours and silliness, it’s a holiday that combines just perfectly with knitting. Let’s have a look at a bunch of Halloween related knitting patterns.
What’s Halloween without a few pumpkins. Not Halloween, that’s for sure!
An obvious use for the pumpkin is in making a Pumpkin Hat.
I also really love these Pumpkin Booties.
The advantage of these knitted (or crochet) Pumpkins is that they won’t go bad, and you’ll be able to reuse them next year. Of course, you can’t carve them either and I wouldn’t recommend putting a candle in one.
Here’s also some pumpkin charts that’l be helpful for improvising your own patterns.
What’s Halloween without a few ghosts? For decorations, or toys, this is the perfect ghost knitting pattern. Knit in the round, this little fellow is designed with wire in his arms and legs so you can manipulate his limbs. He would look brilliant hanging in the window or sitting in the edge of a table.
What also might come in handy is this colourwork chart of a ghost.
For a bit of Halloween flair, how about this wreath? Looks like a lot of work, but the result is quite amazing. I love that the inside is a spiderweb!