Spooky Halloween Gift Guide - Darn Good Yarn

Spooky Halloween Gift Guide

Written by Kate Curry

The veil is thin, ghouls are about, and it’s time to get your costumes!! Halloween is the best time of year to show off your spooky crafting and costume making abilities! Below we have a list of spooky kits, patterns, ideas, and supplies that you’ll need to get in the ghastly mood! 

1. Spooky Chic Halloween Bunting Crochet Kit

A spooky looking black halloween bunting is spread out under the shelf above a gloomy looking gray fireplace.
Made with our popular Silk Roving Worsted Weight Yarn

 Easy to make out of our Silk Roving Worsted Weight Yarn, this halloween bunting will add a spooky vibe to your hallowed halls! 

2. 100% Cotton Wrap Around Skirt

A woman with curly red hair is wearing a white tee shirt and a bright orange cotton wrap skirt. She's throwing the skirt, making it sway and billow out, showing off the elephant print pattern at the bottom of the skirt.
Fit for a pumpkin queen!🎃

When these skirts first came in, I saw the bright orange color option for this skirt and immediately got one for Halloween. Was it the middle of December, yes, but it’s never too early to plan for all hallows eve! These skirts also come in blue and purple! 

3. Darn Good Pumpkin Stack Crochet Kit

A stack of tri-colored pumpkins made out of yellow, white, and orange reclaimed yarn. The pumpkin stack is placed outside against a light white brick wall.
Our kits include Neon Handmade Sari Silk Ribbon, Sari Silk Block Printed Ribbon, and Banana Fiber yarn!

Don’t have the skill of carving pumpkins? Yeah, me neither. But you can crochet some pumpkins that you can re-use every year! Constructed with a variety of Darn Good Yarn materials, each visually-textured pumpkin will adorn your home with autumn cheer. 

4. Sari Wrap Skirts - Warm Tones

A blonde toddler is standing in a sunny pumpkin patch, wearing a white shirt with orange sleeves, and a black and orange sari wrap skirt.
The cutest pumpkin in the patch!🧡

Get that pumpkin spice market skirt vibe! Perfect for your next halloween shindig or spooky outing, our spice market skirts come in gorgeous autumnal colors that will fit in perfectly with this time of year! 

5. Darn Good Yarn’s Great Yarn Pumpkin DIY Tutorial

A pumpkin sitting on a red brick stoop is wrapped with multicolored yarn strands that are every color under the sun!
This tutorial uses our very first yarn: Premium Sari Silk Handspun Yarn

DGY's Great Yarn Pumpkin tutorial is a super easy and clean alternative to pumpkin carving, perfect for kids and crafters of all ages! Plus, the integrity of the pumpkin is preserved, which means it will last much longer than your traditional jack-o-lantern!

6. Fall Placemat and Coaster Set Crochet Kit

A pristine white plate with silverware is placed upon an orange and yellow fall-themed placemat
Made with our Reclaimed Chiffon Ribbon Pack

This crochet pattern is quick and beginner-friendly, making for an easy project! Imagine these cute placemats with some black or pumpkin shaped plates on top! So cute! 

7. Amigurumi Pumpkin Crochet Kit

A hand is outstretched, showing off an ombre crochet pumpkin amigurumi made out of ombre orange and green yarn
Made with our Ombre Recycled Silk Yarn

This brand new amigurumi pattern is sure to set the spooky season right!

8. Halloween Color Scheme Yarns 

A large brown and black fluffy german shephard is sniffing the green grass behind a stone wall. On the top of the stone wall are different types of wooden yarn bowls that are holding orange, yellow, and green yarn balls.
We're always sniffing around for some spooky yarn! 🐺🧡

I can’t think of a more iconic Halloween color scheme than orange, black, green, and purple! If you need to stock up on your Halloween goodies, here’s a few lists of our Halloween-esq colored yarns that we have all-year round!

Meet the Author

Profile picture of the author, Kate Curry, wearing a dark red Nanda Poncho sitting on concrete stairs in front of brick wall.

Kate has been on the Darn Good Yarn team since 2018.

They have their degree in Creative Art Therapy & Psychology - and like crafting and animals a little too much.