For many of us, the Halloween season begins at the first hint of Fall. Or maybe it starts with the first sip of a pumpkin spice latte. Either way, spread some Halloween cheer with one of these adorable themed hats that mix yellows, oranges, browns, and blacks into patterns that would put a ghoulish grin on anyone’s face.

Cozy Candy Corn Hat by Cassandra May

Kids just want candy for Halloween, so give them what they want with this sweet hat featuring two handfuls of candy corn. Sized for heads newborn to 2T, knit this worsted weight hat from the bottom up with stranded colorwork techniques.

Boo-Yah Ghost Hat by Katie Franceschi

Get into the Halloween spirit with this very festive hat. Available in adult sized, work from the bottom up working a row of happy ghosts, followed by a row of candy corn. Choose to knit the DK weight hat as a traditional hat or with an opening for a bun or ponytail.

It’s Tricky by Jennifer Borchert

Crochet this worsted weight Halloween hat using the almost knit-like waistcoat stitch. The pattern is written for teen – adult and features plenty of video tutorials to help you work from the bottom up.

Carving Good Time by Ash Christine

Halloween isn’t all about the spooky. It’s also about the pumpkin spice. This one-size-fits-all hat uses aran weight yarn and stranded color work to create this row of happy, fall-inspired pumpkins. Cast on with 195 yards over 4 colorways.