Crochet collars can be worn all year long, however I must admit, that they look particularly mysterious and magical around Halloween! In other words, be sure to try out these projects, because they can take your outfit to the next level. Each and every one of these project is easy to crochet. You can pair a crochet collar up with many different clothes, for instance with a dress or a sweater.
Sugar Scull Collar
- Designed by: @lomaki
This gorgeous sugar scull collar is such a lovely project! It will look absolutely amazing paired with a Halloween costume. You can use any kind of yarn you want. Feel free to also play with the colors and make this collar in any combination you want!
Photos by @lomaki / Ravelry.com
Halloween Web Collar
- Designed by: Emma Escott
This gorgeous Halloween themed collar was inspired by Cobwebs. You have to admit, that it turned out really beautiful! Your kiddo will absolutely love this collar. What’s more, it can be worn all year long. The size is 16” with ties.
Photos by Emma Escott / Ravelry.com
- Designed by: Kristín Hrund Whitehead
This quick and fun little project is a great accessory for your kiddo. It’s a great idea to take ordinary clothes to the next level. What’s more, the yarn that was used to create this project, is super soft and nice in touch.
Photos by KristinHrund / Ravelry.com
If you like this pattern, be sure to check out this post as well: Fun Crochet Potholders
- Designed by: Shara Made
This simple and classic georgette collar is absolutely timeless. In other words, it’s a must have, if your kiddo loves collars and dressing a little bit more fancy. Feel free to make it in any color your kiddo wants. The possibilities are simply endless!
Photos by KnottyFrog / Ravelry.com
Shell Lace Collar
- Designed by: Kathleen Rinks
This beautiful shell lace collar comes in three different sizes (small, medium and large), so you can make one for yourself and for a little girl. It’s a very elegant project, so you will look absolutely amazing in it! In other words, it’s a super timeless accent to any neckline!
Photos by Kattarina / Ravelry.com