Halloween Haunts: Spooky Project Roundup!

I absolutely love the holidays. Once the air changes and starts getting a bit cooler, I start wearing hoodies, watching my favorite Halloween movies, planning my Halloween costume and decorating the house in lots of spider webs. Okay, let's be real, I plan my costume months in advance. I love dressing up! I still remember trick-or-treating with my brothers in the neighborhood I grew up in. One neighbor dressed up as the devil and scared the 1950's poodle skirt right off me! But it didn't deter me from trick-or-treating, because, well, candy.

To get you all in the Halloween mood, we've rounded up some of our favorite spooky projects!

Hocus Pocus Cowl by wonderfallz

 Photo by wonderfallz

Photo by wonderfallz

This cowl, by Thea Eschliman, is absolutely terrifying! The jack-o-lanterns, owls, and black cats go together so well, it must be witchcraft! This would look great in any of our fingering weight yarns, like Lunaris.

Day of the Dead Mittens by Pinchie

 Photo by Pinchie

Photo by Pinchie

Aren't these mittens to die for? Designed by Allison Guy, these mittens have a big skull on the back of the hand, with a bunch of little skulls in the palm. I'd love to see these in Squishy!

Wearable Web by zorla

 Photo by zorla

Photo by zorla

Arachnaphobes, watch out! This cozy cobweb would complement a spider costume perfectly, and Wash My Lace would work wonderfully for this project!

Bat and Jack O'Lantern by KnittyFish

 Photo by KnittyFish

Photo by KnittyFish

THIS BAT IS SO CUTE IT'S DRIVING ME BATTY! This adorable bat would make an adorable Halloween decoration, or you can just snuggle up with it at night! This project will definitely knit up quickly in For Better or Worsted.

These are just a few Halloween projects - there are so many more on Ravelry! What projects are you working on for Halloween? What Anzula yarn would you use? Let us know in the comments!