Are you looking for the perfect spooky Halloween amigurumi project? Well, look no further. After this post you will find all the ghoulish crocheted toy inspiration you need.
When witches go riding, and black cats are seen. The moon laughs and whispers, ’tis near Halloween.Author Unknown
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays.
But I only like the cute, adorable Halloween traditions and decorations. I don’t like demons, scary ghosts, evil monsters, headless thingies, blood, gore, corpses, chain saws, hockey masks…. the list could go on and on.
I’m really just a big chicken and anything scary makes me want to run and hide under the covers all while worrying what might be lurking under my bed.
Spooktacular Halloween Amigurumi Projects
But these Halloween amigurumi projects are the perfect mix between spooky and sweet and I hope that you like each and every one.
Paco the Vampire
You probably already know of the amazing amigurumi designer, Elif, from Zip Zip Dreams.
When she saw my post 10 Amigurumi Designers You’ve Never Heard of Before she sent me the adorable Paco the Vampire pattern. I had mentioned how cute I thought he was and she generously offered to send me her devilish design.
Paco is the cutest little vampire and fits my idea of the perfect Halloween toy, a little ghoulish but not scary.
He is quite simple to crochet, but I love that with the addition of accessories and details he looks much more difficult than he actually is.
This is the first time I’ve made any amigurumi toys from Elif and I found the directions to be perfect, no mistakes, and very easy to follow.
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Yarn & Hook
I used the colors:
- Pure Black
- Paper White
- Light Caramel
- Pansy Purple
- Pillar Red
Candy Corn Family – Halloween Amigurumi
Last year I published the Candy Corn Family pattern and full tutorial.
If you are brand new to amigurumi this would be a great pattern to try. There are three different sizes of candy corn to make and you will find the full video tutorial in the link as well.
This project is extremely simple and I’m with you every step of the way.
Yarns & Hook
- Paper White (Daddy Corn) – Paintbox
- Mandarin Orange (Daddy Corn) – Paintbox
- Buttercup Yellow (Daddy Corn) – Paintbox
- Buttercream (Mommy & Baby Corn) – Berroco
- Pumpkin (Mommy Corn) – Berroco
- Butternut (Mommy Corn) – Berroco
- Blush (Baby Corn) – Berroco
- Fondant (Baby Corn) – Berroco
I also used the FURLS Odyssey Crochet Hook 3.50 mm
Bloodcurdling Brilliant Amigurumi Patterns
These next few patterns are ones that I haven’t personally made before but they are all adorable and have great reviews on Etsy.
Each one is unique and is gruesomely great!
One of the most popular amigurumi designers out there is the uber talented, Jennifer, from Super Cute Design.
I honestly cannot believe that I haven’t crocheted any of her adorable patterns yet, but I will be changing that very soon.
This Halloween Trio set could not be cuter…. I mean spine-chilling… I mean adorable…. or maybe bloodsucking… so many fun Halloween words out there.
What I love about this pattern is that you get three designs in one. Each is a little child in a pumpkin, bat or cat costume.
All of the patterns from Super Cute Design are ….. well, cute, of course. But what I love is that the clean design is full of gorgeous details and quirky characteristics.
Another one of my favorite amigurumi designers is Lysenko Crochet. I am in love with her unorthodox designs that are full of whimsy and imagination.
She has several individual Halloween amigurumi patterns but she also has a bundled set that contains a collection of six of her designs.
What I love most about these designs is that they are so unique and contain patterns for things like a haunted house, a cauldron, and a set of imposing mountains.
These would be great to set up a Halloween scene on a fireplace mantle or for decorations on a dining room table. I love all the possibilities with these Halloween amigurumi toys.
Of course they could be given to children as a fun Halloween play set. I would have loved something like this as a child.
If you like a little more macabre style Halloween amigurumi toys you are going to love Funky Freaky Toy by Anastasiya.
Her ghoulish crocheted toy designs capture the essence of classic horror movies like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre as well as baby Pennywise from Stephen King’s iconic film It.
I found her crochet patterns for spooky ice cream cones and thought they were completely one-of-a-kind. I don’t think I’ve seen anything quite like them before.
She also has patterns specifically for left handed crocheters which is something I don’t think I’ve seen before either.
I love finding a new amigurumi designer and the toys from Jen Pattern are so very cute.
Her Cat Ghost Crochet Pattern is one of my favorites and I know a little kitty that would like it very much this Halloween. The fact that you can make it a little ornament to hang is so much fun.
I also really love her Voodoo Bunny pattern as I adore rabbits and I love that there’s a spooky version to crochet.
The Halloween Ghost Pattern is also super cute and looks like it would be a quick make, perfect for this busy season.
While this amigurumi designer only has one Halloween toy pattern I think it is worth mentioning.
This is the only true doll pattern in my Spooktacular Halloween Amigurumi Projects compilation. It contains a Frankenstein, Dracula and Witch patterns.
The fact that you get three different toys in one pattern is a real plus to me. I like that once you learn how to make the body of one then you can make the others by changing the colors and head a bit to make a totally different amigurumi toy.
Halloween Amigurumi Projects
I hope you enjoyed these spooktacular Halloween Amigurumi projects. Have you made any of these before? I would love to know if you have any other crocheted patterns that you love for Halloween!