If you are looking for Halloween crochet patterns or just want to make an adorable bat, we have the perfect crochet bat patterns for you.
Whether you love bats or hate them, they are an important part of our ecosystem. Bats can be celebrated year-round. However, most people only think about bats during Halloween.
Check out our list of 27 crochet bat patterns below. There are beginner-friendly patterns as well as advanced patterns.
27 Crochet Bat Patterns
1. Halloween Amigurumi Bat Crochet Pattern by LoopyPattern
You will get both an amigurumi bat and amigurumi spider with this 2 in 1 Halloween pattern set. These two are the best of friends. Make this set to help children learn about the importance of both bats and spiders.
The pattern includes detailed instructions on how to crochet toys and a lot of step-by-step photos. This pattern is suitable for an advanced beginner who has the knowledge of magic ring/circle, crocheting in spirals, loop, single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, slip stitch, increase and decrease, basic sewing, and embroidery techniques.
2. Crochet Large Flying Fox Pattern by NataliSkill21
If you really want to spook your guests, hang up this crochet bat. This thing looks real. There is no doubt this crochet bat will make people take a second look.
The bat is crocheted from mohair yarn. The body is stuffed with fiberfill. Its legs and wings are set on a flexible wire frame. It is an intermediate level pattern.
3. Shadow the Amigurumi Bat Crochet Pattern by MochaStitch
If you are looking for a whimsical amigurumi crochet bat pattern, check out this cutie. Kids will absolutely love this bat. You can make it using black, grey, or any other colour of yarn you choose.
This intermediate level crochet pattern includes a list of materials, instructions to create each piece, and a few tips for assembly. There are pictures to help you through the process.
The pattern uses magic ring, single crochet, increases, invisible decreases, crocheting in the round, crocheting an oval, and slip stitch.
4. Sir Batwington Free Crochet Bat Pattern by Sweet Softies
Here is another super cute amigurumi free crochet bat pattern. Sir Batwington is an adorable little bat that thinks he is scary. But there is no way this little guy will scare anyone.
Completed, Sir Batington measures 5 inches (13 cm) tall. To make this plushie you will need worsted weight yarn, 2.75 mm crochet hook, fiberfill stuffing, 10 mm plastic safety eyes, a yarn needle, and scissors.
5. Halloween Amigurumi Bat Crochet Pattern by OutlawHeartCreations
This bat will definitely make you smile. It is comical and cute. It has large eyes and a huge smile. It is a great choice for those that like to decorate for Halloween but are not into spooky.
Each bat is made using traditional amigurumi techniques. They have felt wings for the perfect look. There are 2 patterns included for the wings. The pattern uses chain, single crochet, bobble stitch, magic circle, increase, and decrease.
6. Crochet Bat Pillow Pattern by Toysbyhvatik
Cuddle up with this crochet bat pillow. You could use this pattern on a sofa, chair, or toss it on a child’s bed. The pattern includes 16 pages of detailed instructions and step-by-step photos. The completed pillow measures approximately 24.80 inches x 11.81 inches (63×30 cm). It can be made smaller or larger by using a different yarn, hook size, and tension.
7. Crochet Halloween Bat Applique Pattern by Golden Lucy Crafts
Bat appliques are excellent for adding to cushions, blankets, and costumes. Here is a free crochet bat pattern that includes a small and large pat applique pattern.
The small bat measures 3.5 inches (9 cm) wide. The large bat measures 6 inches (15 cm) wide. Once completed, you can add eyes if you choose.
8. Crochet Bat Pattern by BBadorables
This little bat is great for decorating your mantle or tabletop for Halloween. You can set it up with its wings spread outward or wrap the wings around the body. You can also hang the bat by its feet.
Only basic crochet stitches are used to make this crochet bat. These include single crochet, magic circle, double crochet, increases and decreases. Along with the yarn and 3 mm crochet hook, you will need one pair of size 6 mm safety eyes, fiberfill and a tapestry needle.
9. Animal Square Crochet Bat Pattern from ThoresbyCottage
You can use this crochet bat square to make blankets, cushions, or other decor items. This is a PDF pattern that includes a chart and written instructions. Using the suggested hook size, the finished square will measure 5.12 inches (13 cm) square. It is an easy, beginner-friendly pattern.
10. Bat to the Bone Crochet Hat Pattern by JennifersStitchedUp
Show your love of Halloween by wearing this crochet bat and skull winter hat. The hat looks as though it was knitted. When in actuality it is crocheted using the waistcoat stitch.
Included with the written pattern is a graph. You will need to know how to colour change and carry yarn. The pattern is written to create a hat that will fit a 19 to 22 ½ inch head size.
11. Baby Rattle Bat Crochet Pattern by BoxByFox
Use this beginner-friendly crochet bat pattern to make this adorable baby rattle. This would be the ultimate accessory for your baby’s Halloween costume. The pattern combines crochet, sewing and embroidery.
Here’s more Crochet Baby rattle for your little one.
12. Itty Bitty Bat Free Amigurumi Pattern by Lucy Ravenscar Crochet Creatures
Here is a free crochet bat pattern that is in both English and German. These little bats are the ideal size for creating a garland for your Halloween party. These bats work up quickly. They measure approximately 2 inches tall x 5 inches wide.
13. “Halloween – Buffy the Bat” Mosaic Crochet Square Pattern by CBirdCrochetPatterns
You can use this crochet square pattern to create a variety of items. You can use it to make a pillow, blanket, bags, placemats, etc.
This digital pattern includes written instructions and a chart. The final size of the completed square will vary depending on the yarn and hook you use.
14. Stained glass Halloween Bats Pattern by GraphsBy2CraftyNerds
Here is an excellent pattern to crochet a Halloween themed blanket. The blanket features 3 bats in front of a beautiful gothic arch window.
This pattern only uses 2 colours of yarn. To complete this blanket, you will need to know how to follow a corner to corner chart. Once complete, the blanket measures approximately 48 inches wide x 60 inches long.
15. Crochet Floating Bats Headband Pattern by Yarnspirations
Add this cute headband to your casual look and you’ll be ready for every Halloween festivity! Create the bats with some crochet thread, stiffen them and then attach to a headband with chenille stems. This accessory will have you standing out in every crowd!
16. Mixed Color Bat Crochet Pattern by Kein Maker
Kids (and big kids at heart) are sure love a Halloween character, and these Mixed Color Bats are far more of treats, than tricks! When Halloween is over, why not make them as your next cuddle buddies?
17. Crochet Pipistrelle Bat Pattern by Vanessa Mooncie
Accent your walls with this mysterious, rustic pipistrelle bat. For a truly spooky piece of Halloween wall decor, this so realistic-looking crocheted bat is sure to give the creeps!
18. Bat Squish Crochet Pattern by Moogly
Here’s a little spooky but cuddly Crochet Bat Squish. Standing at 10″ tall, it’s a playful décor item or cuddly pillow for the kids’ room. Made with thick blanket yarn, you can crochet a clutter of spiders in no time and scare every corner of your home!
19. Bat Hand Puppet Crochet Pattern by The Hook Nook Life
With this free crochet pattern, you can make this fun bat hand puppet, just perfect for Halloween, or every day creative play!
20. Batty Mosaic Crochet Pattern by Sixel Home
Infuse a dash of spookiness into almost any project with this Batty Mosaic Crochet Pattern. The versatile pattern provides instructions for a pillow or a placemat, or use the charts to create blankets, scarves, bags, home decor—anything you can think of!
21. Free Halloween Bat Ornament Crochet Pattern by Ollie Holly
This free amigurumi bat pattern is perfect for intermediate crocheters who are looking for a slight challenge. It’s made in pieces to be assembled at the end, and is as cute right way up, as upside down.
22. Crochet Bat Amigurumi Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet
There’s still time for one more spooky-cute pattern before Halloween, and this adorable bat fits the bill perfectly! A squishy, quick to work up project perfect for the spooky season.
You can use any yarn for this project if you don’t have velvet yarn. Chenille yarn or another fuzzy yarn would be a great substitute!
23. Fruit Bat Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Critteriffic Crochet
This oversized amigurumi pattern brings to life a grey-headed flying fox, with wings that is just shy 20″ long each! It uses double stranded worsted weight acrylic yarn held together for his body, in 3 different color blocking sections throughout. After you finish crocheting it, you then use a pet slicker brush to make it furry!
24. Kawaii Bat Crochet Pattern by Zero Gravity Crochet
Why not keep things spooky and cute at the same time?! This colorful bat is kawaii, spooky, and easy to make! It’s the perfect spooky decor for fall or adorable toy plushies to collect, and also make great gifts!
25. Crochet Bat Pattern by Little Owls Hut
This crochet bat pattern works up in less than a few hours, and can be customized so many ways! This pattern checks all the boxes – fun, fast, easy, cute, one hour pattern, and more! Crochet a whole bunch of these winged wonders in a weekend and make them as bookmarks, appliques, and home decor!
26. Crochet Baby Bat Costume Pattern by Love Life Yarn
Dress your little one as a playful bat for the day. Complete with wings and a headpiece, this two-piece crochet design is not only adorable, but it will keep them warm as you both stroll the neighborhood on Halloween night.
27. Happy Bat Bag Crochet Pattern by Red Heart
Perfect for holding candies as kids venture from house to house, this whimsical Happy Bat Bag is a joyful crochet project. Wings are cut from felt and grinning face is embroidered onto its face. Without the handle, it can also double as a candy dish.
Crochet bat patterns can be cute as well as creepy. They are the ideal project for creating Halloween decor.
Bats are intriguing creatures that are either loved or hated. But no one can argue that they are not perfect for Halloween.
Whether you are looking to create ornaments or large realistic bats to scare your friends, these crochet bat patterns will be sure to please.