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Get Halloween Ready with the 8 Free Knitting Patterns

Here at KnittingWomen.com we are thinking ahead and getting ready for Autumn. With the end of summer approaching, why not look at this selection of Halloween decorations. All the patterns are free!!

Trio of Treat Bags

What better way to get ready for Halloween than with a Trio of Spiders, Candy Corn and Monster treat Bags? These knit treat bags are a hauntingly cute way to present Halloween treats to your favorite little ones. They are perfect as party favors too!

Spooky Frankenstein Jar Cozy

What about this Spooky Frankenstein jar cozy for your Halloween treats! It’s easily knit with a rib stitch and given personality with simple embroidery stitches for his face.

Spooky Skeleton Jar Cozy

Here is another scary jar cozy. This spooky skeleton is brought to “life” (or not) by its wide eyes and that embroidered facial expression.

Flower Princess Trick-or-Treat Bag

This knit bag with ruffled trims is perfect for a princess! She will love carrying it for trick-or-treating or as a tote bag any time of the year.

Sugar Glider and Spider Rattles

Are you looking for an alternative to the usual candy, or maybe you want to add something that will last longer than candy in your goody bags? How about these easy-to-make little critters.

Halloween Scarf Pattern

Check out this fuzzy Halloween scarf pattern. Doesn’t it look like you’d have a furry car around your neck? What a great way too keep the kiddos warm while out trick-or-treating

Halloween Trick or Treat Bag Pattern

Here is another idea of a Trick or Treat bag. This would match perfectly with the scarf above and guess what…it’s pretty spacious. The kids will be happy about that!

Felted Halloween Ghost Pattern

Lastly, here is the felted Halloween Ghost Pattern! Make these and hang them new your front door, or use them to decorate the kid’s costume…wherever you decide to put them, they are definitely spooky.

Hope you enjoyed today’s free patterns. We’d love to know in the comments if you decorate for Autumn or Halloween.

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