Halloween Eyeball


If you're looking for an easy crochet pattern for Halloween then check out this Halloween Eyeball. Scare all your friends with some creepy Halloween decorations; this eyeball is sure to spook them out. Lay some on your table for that Halloween party you're throwing or hang them from the ceiling as a unique homemade decoration. Have a little bit of spooky fun this Halloween!


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)


  • Yarn in black, white and blue (or green or brown, depending on the eyecolor you want to use)
  • H hook

St - stitch
sl st - slip stitch
ch - chain
sc - single crochet
dec - decrease
*- repeat between * and *

Notes * work in continuous rounds

To Begin: With BLACK
R1: sc 6 in magic ring
R2: 2 Single Crochet around (12), Change Yarn to Eye Color (Blue, Brown, etc.)
R3: *sc 1, inc( 2 Single Crochet in one stitch)* repeat around (18)
R4: *sc 2, inc* repeat around (24), Change Yarn to White
R5: *sc 3, inc* repeat around (30)
R6: *sc 4, inc* repeat around (36)
R7: *sc 5, inc* repeat around (42)
R8: *sc 6, inc* repeat around (48)
R9 & 10: sc 48
R11: *sc 6, dec* repeat around (42)
R12: *sc 5, dec* repeat around (36)
R13: *sc 4, dec* repeat around (30)
R14: *sc 3, dec* repeat around (24)
R15: *sc 2, dec* repeat around (18)
Stuff eyeball
R16: *sc, dec* repeat around (12)
R17: dec around (6)
Fasten off, weave in loose ends
Cut Several 12 to 16 inch lengths of Red Yarn, Slip Stich in intervals going around the center of the outside.
Let red lengths drape out, or pull together and tie loosely together.
Either enjoy as a table decoration or secure a ribbon to finish!

Visual learner? Be sure to check out the video tutorial below!

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Now this crocheted Halloween eyeball is just too much fun. I can imagine making several to use as table decorations for Halloween times. The pattern instructions seem easy enough to follow along. There is even a video tutorial as well. Always appreciate a how to video. The trailing red yarn veins for the eyeball will give anyone a chuckle.


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