Last week I posted my Top 20 Picks for Halloween (kids), today I am bringing you my favorites for adults… because let’s face it, Halloween never gets old no matter how old we get! Like last time, I chose to pick items that would not only be easy to make but that could also be completed in time for Halloween. And, like always… every pattern is our favorite type, FREE.
My first pick is a stunning Crochet Masquerade Mask perfect for any sophisticated Hallows Eve cocktail party! The pattern is from Andrea H. of Craft Disasters and Other Atrocities, and is available HERE. I made this one for myself a couple of years ago and LOVED it! To see my full blog on this pattern, click HERE.
If the masquerade isn’t your style, try this adorable Spider Web Veil fascinator hat! It is designed by Regina Rioux Gonzalez, and is available HERE on Knitting Daily’s website.
If your outfit calls for some stockings, try these incredible Skull Stockings designed by Severina of Vintage Stitch o’ Rama, available HERE!
I love Sugar Skulls so naturally this mask is a definite favorite of mine! How cute!!! It is designed by Kourtney Moon and is available HERE on the Sewing My Fingers Together website.
If you can’t cover up your face, try these sweet Sugar Skull Earrings designed by Spider Mambo! Available as a free Ravelry Download HERE.
This SkullKercheif is also perfect for your fella! It is designed by Knitty or Nice and is available as a free Ravelry download HERE.
This mask is so CREEPY it’s incredible! This gargoyle-esque Bokaclava pattern is from Anne-Marie Dunbar and is available as a free Ravelry Download HERE.
Speaking of CREEPY… HERE is the Ood Ski Mask designed by Liliana Wofsey Dohnert.
I’ve seen a LOT of viking masks and this one is by far the best! This one is designed by Melissa Campbell, it is available HERE as a free Ravelry download.
This Harlequin hat is perfect for men or women! Designed by Nichole Verville and available HERE.
These Morticia Wrist Gloves add a touch of sexy to any costume! They’re designed by Anna Nikipirowicz and are available HERE.
I dislike spiders very much, but I love their webs! This Spiderweb Vest pattern by Manda Proell is so unique! Available HERE.
If you are a fan of Raggedy Ann, or gingers in general… you will love this Wild, Wild Red Wig from Lion Brand available HERE (note: you will need to register for free with Lion Brand to download this pattern).
Going for a more natural look? Try the Sponge Curlers Wig Hat by Renita Harvey available HERE.
I love Alice in Wonderland too and this is probably the cutest Miniature Mad Hatter hat I’ve ever seen! It’s designed by Maz Kwok and is available HERE.
Who wouldn’t want to be Queen for a day? This crown is Ah-mazing and is available from Red Heart Yarns HERE.
Are you more of a villainous Queen? Try this Maleficent combo from Dragonbird Creations, available HERE.
Or if you want to go for a Princess, why not Leia? This wig hat by Jennifer Dickerson is perfect and available HERE.
And last but not least (even though it might be a squeeze getting it finished by Halloween… you can do it!!), HERE is an incredible Wonder Woman sweater by Natalie Bursztyn (available as a free Ravelry download)! This is definitely on my MUST MAKE list!