Written by Gabby Kernozek
The air is getting colder, leaves are falling, candy corn is in every store imaginable. As Summer transitions into Fall as a crafter, so do our projects. Projects begin to get even cozier and gifts for the holidays become more frequent. As you begin to fill up your project to-do list it is important to still cherish the season as we are in it!
As avid Fall, Halloween and Spooky season lovers we're here to help you step up your seasonal crafting up a notch! Grab some cider, your favorite yarn and make sure the TV remote is nearby!
As you begin to fill up your project to-do list it is important to still cherish the season as we are in it! We are fans of having something playing on the TV to help pass the time while enthralled in a project. Whether it be used as background noise or a show/movie you've been dying to watch multitasking while you craft can be a great time.
On average the median time to knit a sweater from start to finish is about 21 hours of knitting according to Medium.com. Here are some spooky movies that are perfect to stay festive as you knit a cozy sweater this Fall!
- Scream (1h 40m)
- Hocus Pocus (1h 36m)
- Halloweentown (1h 24m)
- IT (2h 26m)
- Halloween (1h 31m)
- Friday the 13th (1h 35m)
- Nightmare On Elm Street (1h 31m)
- Chucky (1h 27m)
- Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1h 23m)
- Coraline (1h 55m)
- Addams Family (1h 45m)
- Beetlejuice (1h 32m)
- Corpse Bride (1h 14m)
Total hours: 20 hours and 59 minutes
All with 1 minute to spare to admire your hard work and festiveness!
If you’re looking for some sweater knit and crochet patterns, we’ve got you covered - literally!
Knit Sweater Patterns
Crochet Sweater Patterns
Happy watching & happy crafting 🎃🧶
Gabby graduated college in 2020 with a degree in Business Administration and a Marketing concentration. Outside of work, she enjoys embroidering, learning new recipes, going to concerts, playing volleyball, being with friends and family.