Free crochet Halloween costume pattern
This lacy ascot is a free crochet Halloween costume pattern that’s perfect for a vampire costume or any period costume worn like a cravat. The ascot measures 7″ x 44″ and is made in Red Heart Heart & Sole. It is fairly easy, just many rows of the same lacy stitch pattern. This pattern was designed for Red Heart Yarns.
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What materials will I need to make this costume piece?
When this crochet Halloween costume pattern was written, Red Heart had a sock yarn called Heart & Sole. That yarn is no longer available. You could use any sock yarn you like in it’s place.
I recommend Patons Kroy Socks in the color Muslin as it is a very close match to the original yarn. You will need three balls of this yarn, or around 420 yds of sock weight yarn.
You will also need size E (3.5 mm) crochet hook to work with this thin yarn. One of my favorite options for small crochet hooks are the Clover Amour hooks, which you can purchase from We Crochet.
And of course, you will need a tapestry needle to weave in your ends.
Where can I get this crochet Halloween pattern?
Originally, this pattern was available free on the Red Heart site. However, the world changes and companies come and go. Now that Red Heart is owned by Yarnspirations, the pattern is available free on their site.
Other crochet Halloween Costume patterns
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Will you be crocheting for Halloween? Tell me all about it here, or post comments and pics in my Facebook group! I’d love to see your projects!