12 Crochet Costumes That Will Knock Your Knit Socks Right Off!
These creative and cute (or both) crochet costumes will knock your knit socks off!
From crocheted dinosaur costumes to movie-inspired costumes from Brave and Frozen, this is some impressive crochet talent.
Crocheter Veronica Knight made this Cyclops costume. Luckily, a friend of hers shared it!
Veronica also won second place in the Fake Beard Division at the Motor City Beard and Moustache Championships for her crocheted Viking costume.
Marci used around 500 strands of yarn to make the hair for this Rapunzel costume, and the hair alone weighed 3 lbs and required 50-100 bobby pins to secure to the double-crocheted wig.
The red and blue outfit and yellow belt on this Wonder Woman costume are were crocheted and the accessories made from felt.
Info on the maker of this little Crochet Wonder Woman costume is on the @lebebekreations Instagram feed.
Stephany crocheted the dress and hat of her Marge Simpson costume, and she’s holding a crocheted Marge Simpson amigurumi that she made. Her husband dressed up as Homer, and the dogs as Bart and Lisa.
Hope makes this Crochet Captain America costume to order (for children). You can see more details in her Etsy shop.
Is there a little pumpkin you’d like to crochet a costume for? There’s a pattern for this Crochet Pumpkin Costume in Sandy’s Etsy shop!
The top for this Crochet Batman (it’s really Bat Woman, isn’t it?) costume is available in Krystal’s Etsy store, where she also has other superheroes available.
Meme adorned the braid for this Frozen Elsa inspired hat with silver thread and snowflakes. See the details and more photos (plus Olaf!) in her Etsy shop.
Patterns for Anna and Elsa (inspired by the movie Frozen) are available in the BeautyCrochetPattern shop on Etsy
Kait’s “Yarnoween” costume is the Princess inspired by the Legend of Zelda, one of the most iconic video games of all time. This Zelda is from Skyward Sword and she’s wearing her Wing Ceremony outfit. See more details and photos on Kait’s DeviantArt page.
Tina Larcombe completed this phenomenal outfit for the Moonwalk London. The theme was outer space and the bra has knitted happy face sunflowers surrounded by sparkling moons and stars, and crochet pink ribbon aliens to decorate the straps. The tutu is a mixture of knitted and crochet square. -#knitandstitch
This is a couture crochet Merida dress inspired by the movie Brave.
I think this one’s my favorite. 🙂