Thursday, 31 October 2013
What to Wear When You're Doing the Monster Mash
I've done several Halloween posts over the last two weeks (which you can view here), and for actual day of Halloween post I've done a post of accessories that will help you have the perfect Halloween — if not this year, then next year.
These will probably be the only spiders you'll ever want creeping up your legs. This is the Itsy Bitsy Spider And A Big One design, by Lotta Groeger. This pattern is available for €3.00(EUR).
Some haunting gloves. These are the Hattifattener Mittens, by Soile Peltokangas. This pattern is a free download.
These gloves will cast a spell on you, or even better, on someone else. These are the Bewitching Halloween Gloves, by Nanette Blanchard. This pattern is available for $5.99(USD).
Love the clever concept employed here, of snowflakes turning into skulls, or vice versa. These are the Snowball's Chance in Hell gauntlets, by Renée Rigdon and Zabet Stewart. This pattern is available for free.
These are the Batsy Mittens, by Ziina. This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download.
The dance of the shades that you can wear with shades. The Round Dance design, by Thomas Pototschnig. This pattern is available for free.
The Cat Mittens design, by Jorid Linvik. This pattern is available for $6.50(USD).
The Wa na na na na na na na Bat Shawl design, by Emilee Mooney. This pattern is available for free.
I love how this design has used the skin tone showing through the openings to become the ghosts' mouths. This the Boo! Toe-Up Socks design, by Emily B. Miller. This pattern is available for free.
This pattern is for the more daring Halloween trick or treater. The Spiderweb Brassiere, by Brittany Wilson. This pattern is available for free.
A scarf that contains both spider and web. The October is for Spinners scarf, by Sharon Emery. This pattern is available for free.
For your cranium, the Cranio design, by Chloe Sparkle. This pattern is available for $4.50(USD).
The Frankensocks design, by Star Athena. This is Knitty pattern, and so is available for free.
The Witch Cats Hat, by Christine de Savoie. This pattern is available for free.
These socks were inspired by the folk art skeleton theme known as a calaca that is associated with the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead. The Las Calacas Danzantes Socks design is by Erssie Major and is available for free.
Maybe in this hat you can convince the zombies you're one of them. It's not like they're too swift, after all. The Awesome Zombie Hat design, by Jane Gracier. This pattern is available for free.
This is illusion knitting and the skulls seen here will disappear and reappear depending on which angle from which you view the scarf. This is the Mark's Skull Illusion Scarf design, by Cathy Munoz. This pattern is available for free.
The Toxic Socks design, by Camille Chang, is available for download for $1.99(USD).
The Scarrrrrf design, by Sharon Mooney, is available for $5.50(USD).
For Poe fans, the Nevermore socks, by yellowcosmo. This pattern is available for free.
What's Halloween without the sighte of a bare and looming tree against the night sky? The Bile Tree Double Knitting reversible bag, by Alexandra Wiedmayer. This pattern is available for $5.50(USD).
The Shelob's Lair design, by KYMaggie. This pattern is available for $2.50(USD).