Yetis, monster, robots—oh my! 12 spooky projects

Martingale's Knit & Crochet Friday

Halloween knitting roundup

Boo! It’s October 31, and we have a special Halloween-themed knitting roundup—all sourced from our resident monster expert and best-selling author, Rebecca Danger. From mini yetis and other small Halloween knitting projects to monster booties and caps for babies, this roundup will inspire your spooky Friday. These projects are cute enough to be played with and worn all year long, so pick up one (or more) of Rebecca’s books at your local yarn shop or, and consider it a Halloween treat to yourself!

From 50 Yards of Fun
Find robots, ninjas, a luchador, a yeti, and more mini characters in 50 Yards of Fun. These patterns can be knit with approximately 50 yards or less of yarn!

From The Big Book of Knitted Monsters
Monsters galore, from kitchen monsters to monster families, can be found in The Big Book of Knitted Monsters. Knit one to keep you safe on Halloween night and all year round!

From Knit a Monster Nursery
Forget costumes—baby can be comfy and adorable in the monster booties, beanie, and hoodie towel from Knit a Monster Nursery. BONUS: you’ll also find nursery decor ideas and a whole roomful of practical items to knit for baby!

Get even more value when you buy the eBook version of any of these books. You can get an instant download for less than $15. Talk about a screamin’ deal (wink!).

Do you go out on Halloween, or stay in to greet trick-or-treaters? Tell us in the comments!

4 Comments (leave a comment)

  • I have always been the one to stay home and hand out goodies. But we haven’t seen a kid at the door for several years now.

    —Lynne on October 31, 2014
  • I stay home and hand out treats. I have a bin of small toys for the younger kids that come and a bin with items for teens. Each person gets to take 5 things and they each get two bags of chips. I figure when the chips are gone then they still have the things they picked out to play with or use.

    —Donna Miller on October 31, 2014
  • This year, I stayed home and passed out candy. I also baked a cake for my sons birthday, so this is our favorite holiday, two birds with one stone – LOL!

    —Lorinda on November 1, 2014
  • For the 35 years we have been married, we always celebrated my husband ‘s father’s birthday and either had candy outside whichever house we celebrated at that year. This year, sigh, we didn’t have that option. He passed away in February at 93 years old and we got to stay home. And there were no trick or treaters that showed up. So sad.

    Carolyn on November 2, 2014

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