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Free Crochet Pattern Round Up – Halloween Costumes for Adults
Not too long ago I posted a free crochet pattern round up for children’s Halloween costumes – lots of great ideas for costumes you can make for your little ones on the cheap. Halloween IS for the kids, mostly, but it doesn’t mean they get to have ALL the fun! Adults like to dress up on Halloween too! Maybe you are taking your child trick or treating, or perhaps you have been invited to a spooky Halloween party. I’ve got your back! These free crochet patterns are sure to spark your creativity for a spectacular self-made costume you can be proud of. And, since most of my readers probably already have nice stash of yarn, these costumes can be made for very little money. If you don’t have the yarn on hand, there’s no better excuse to go buy some! Happy Halloween!
1. Whimsical Witch Hat Crochet Pattern – Amanda Steves
The quintessential piece of head wear for any Halloween, the witch hat! Make it in all black for a classic witch hat, OR, make it in a deep navy blue, add a star or moon applique, and you have a hat for a warlock! Add this project to your Ravelry queue here: Whimsical Witch Hat – Free Crochet Pattern
2. Morticia Wrist Gloves Crochet Pattern – Anna Nikipirowicz
These evilicious gloves would really add a great finishing touch to your witch costume! If you’re dressing up as Morticia Addams, then these are a must. Aren’t they so sassy?! Even if you’re not dressing up for Halloween, these gloves awesome enough to sport on their own for just a touch of spooky. Add the project to your Ravelry queue here: Morticia Witch Fingerless Gloves Free Crochet Pattern
3. Hooded Cloak Crochet Pattern – Christina Morgan
This hooded cloak is a great base for so many costumes. Add the witch hat from above, and you have a great witch or warlock outfit. With a little customization, you could dress as your favorite hooded video game character. Here in New England, the October night air is quite chilly. This cloak not only looks great, but will keep you warm while you’re trick or treating with the kids. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Hooded Cloak Free Crochet Pattern
4. Maleficent Hat Crochet Pattern – Shawn Torres
Looking to be a villain this Halloween? Just add a cape to this hat (and maybe paint your nails black) and you’re the classic villain from “Sleeping Beauty”. Scary! Add this project to your Ravelry queue here: Maleficent Hat Free Crochet Pattern
5. Wild, Wild Red Wig Crochet Pattern – Lion Brand Yarn
This awesome red wig pattern could be used for many different costumes, princess, fairy, or otherwise. No reason to make it in just red! Add the project to your Ravelry queue here: Wild, Wild Red Wig Free Crochet Pattern
6. Lassie Wig Crochet Pattern – Charlotte W
This cute wig would make be great for a princess costume. If you make it in brown and add a blue gingham dress and a basket you can be Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz! Add this project to your Ravelry queue here: Lassie Wig Free Crochet Pattern
7. Devil Headband Crochet Pattern – Charlotte W
Maybe you don’t want to wear a full devil hat, or maybe you don’t feel like going ALL OUT with your costume. Perhaps you just want something simple to wear to work on Halloween for fun. IF so, this devil headband crochet pattern might be the perfect fit for you. Makes a good last minute costume too. You could totally wear this devil headband with your favorite (sexy) red dress and rock any Halloween party.
8. Halloween Top Hat Crochet Pattern – Sharon Mann
If you don’t want to dress up as a particular character, but you still want to wear something festive for Halloween, this is the perfect crochet pattern for you. It’s super easy to customize. You can add an applique spider or ghost and you’re good to go! Add the project to your Ravelry queue here: Halloween Top Hat Free Crochet Pattern
9. Spock Ears Crochet Pattern – Shove Mink Here’s another versatile crochet pattern that can be used for a couple different costumes. These ears would be perfect if you are dressing up as a fairy or nymph. And of course it’s essential if you’re dressing up as Spock himself. Live long and prosper! Add this project to your Ravelry queue here: Spock Ears Crochet Pattern
10. Ood Ski Mask Crochet Pattern – Lilana Wofsey Dohnert If you are a Dr. Who fan, then this mask needs no introduction. I don’t watch the show myself, but this pattern was too creepy not to put in the round up! It grosses me out just looking at the crochet version, so certainly it will gross out others as well, which makes for a great Halloween costume. Add this project to your Ravelry queue here: Ood Ski Mask Free Crochet Pattern
11. Princess Leia Wig Crochet Pattern – Sara Jean
Star Wars costumes are always in style and this one’s a goodie. All you need to be Princess Leia for Halloween is this wig hat and a white robe with a belt. Easy peasy! Add this project to your Ravelry queue here: Princess Leia Wig Crochet Pattern
12. Pirate Costume Crochet Pattern – Kim Guzman
Ahoy Matees! Fancy ye’ self to be a pirate for Halloween? Then you arrrrgh in the right place! Crochet up this free costume and you’ll be ready to walk the plank! Add the project to your Ravelry queue here: Pirate Costume Free Crochet Pattern
13. Female Pirate Costume Crochet Pattern – Kim Guzman
If you’d like to be a swashbuckling wench this Halloween then this crochet pattern is for you. Pattern includes hat (complete with skull), corset, and wristbands. If you’d like an eye patch, see the pirate costume above. Makes a great “couples” costume if your man is also going to be a pirate. Add the project to your Ravelry queue here: Female Pirate Free Crochet Pattern
I hope you enjoyed this collection of free crochet patterns for Halloween! Designers love to see pictures of finished items, so if you can, share your pictures on Ravelry. Happy hooking!