Free Halloween Bat Crochet Patterns

id=“mod_42338502″>I love to crochet! And I love Halloween! So what better combination is there than to crochet Halloween patterns? I’ve scoured the internet for awesome free patterns and found these cute and scary bats! Please enjoy and get hooking!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 1 – Itty Bitty Bat

This itty bitty bat may be small, but it has oodles of character! I love that it resides upside down on its little perch – just like its big real life brothers do! As much as it tries to be fierce, this bat is more of a cuddly one. And there’s nothing wrong with that!

The pattern is clear and works up quickly. You can make a whole garland of Itty Bitty Bats!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 2 – Brew The Bat

According to his creator, this little one named Brew the Bat has managed to get into the growth potion, which is why it is a little bigger than his amigurumi friends. I like his plump little body and cute wings and I adore his little scarf! A bat that knows how to accessorize, now thát’s what I like to see!

The pattern is very clear and contains lots of photos for extra instruction.

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 3 – Halloween Bat Wreath

No holiday is complete without a wreath decoration on your door! And this one is both simple and stunning! I love the friendly smiley bat and the bright green of the wreath itself. Don’t like wreaths? Then just make the cute bat! Anything goes!

The pattern is clear and easy to follow. The website also has a link for an awesome Halloween black cat wreath! So go check it out!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 4 – Mask Gone Batty

Don’t have a Halloween costume yet? Looking for a last minute idea? This is the place! This bat mask works up very quickly and is certain to make you stand out in the Halloween crowd!

The pattern is available on the Redheart website after free registration. It has clear instructions and provides extra clearity for 리니지프리서버추천 the special stitches.

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 5 – Mystery Bat

Originally part of a mystery CAL (crochet-along) on a Dutch site, the pattern is now translated in English and available for free! It’s a bit goofy and a lot cute and it loves to cuddle you on those scary Halloween nights!

The pattern is available in Dutch and English and is suitable for crocheting in many awesome colors! Get that mystery on and start hooking!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 6 – Winged Bat

This friendly little bat likes to keep himself warm on those cold Halloween nights. He has large wings that can be fastened with a handy button. And when he opens them up he’s ready for your cuddles!

The pattern is in Spanish, but the shapes used are fairly simple so this doesn’t have to be a problem. And there’s always Google Translate!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 7 – Happy Bat Bag

Look at how happy this bat is! I bet he’s thinking of all the candy he can gather for his little friend. Make your kids‘ Halloween complete with this awesome candy bag for Trick-or-Treating or use it without the handle to put candy in for your guests. Either way: CANDY!

The pattern is available on Redheart and can be downloaded after free registration.

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 8 – Little Vampire Bat

I love this little vampire bat. He will drink your blooood. Or give you cuddles. Either way with its googly eyes and goofy teeth he is a must-have for any Halloween home! You can make a whole army of vampire bats and hang them anywhere you can think of!

The pattern is super simple and works up quickly. Give them their own personality by changing the facial expression!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 8 – Bat Cupcake

This pattern is part of the Halloween Cupcake series which also feature many other Halloweeny creatures as adorable crochet cupcakes. Head over there and make them all! The only downside is that you don’t get to eat them… But watch out: they may just eat you!

The pattern is simple and works up quickly. It certainly looks good enough to eat!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 9 – Bat Finger Puppet

Now this is how I like my bats: 리니지프리서버홍보 cute, cuddly and small enough to fit on my finger! You can make a whole bat family, giving different accessories to mom, dad and the kids and create a spectacular Halloween play!

The pattern is very clear and it works up incredibly quickly! So make one for every finger and Halloween up your hands!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 10 – Distinctly Batty Bat

The blogpost is all in rhyme, incredible! Ánd you get the free pattern for this supercute bat as well. Our Halloween is already complete! Make a cuddly one for 리니지프리서버추천 everybody!

The pattern is clear and features pictures for extra instruction.

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 11 – Little Green Bat

It’s simple, it’s green: it’s the little green bat! He’s cute or scary, just give him the facial features you prefer! With it’s little wings he’ll come flying at anyone who dares to enter your Halloween home!

The pattern is clear and works up really quickly – make a whole garland of little green batties!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 12 – Kawaii Bat

I love the whole Kawaii trend that’s going on at the moment. It makes everything só cute! And this little bat is no exception – just look at its little face! If this doesn’t make your Halloween cuddly I don’t know what will!

The pattern is short and sweet and very clear. The wings are made of felt, so get your crafting on!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 13 – Bat Applique

This is a sweet and simple pattern for a bat applique. You can make it as scary or as friendly as you’d like by changing its little face! I like my Halloween bats scary, and you?

The pattern is simple and very clear. Make one for all your friends and put them on everything!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 14 – Cute Halloween Bat

With his little fangs out he’ll come flying at you! It’s the cutest scary attack ever! I just love his little nose and beady eyes. Make one for yourself or for your friends and let him fly around your living room!

The pattern instructions are very clear. You’ll have this little guy flying around in no time!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 15 – „Taggle“ Monster

I’m not sure what a „taggle monster“ is, but I know a bat when I see one! And this one is goofy and cute with his bulging eyes and toothy smile. He’s perfect if you need something to cuddly on those long dark and scary Halloween nights!

The pattern has many clear pictures and good instructions.

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 16 – Sad Little Bat

He’s looks a little sad. But I’m sure he’ll perk right up if he can live in your Halloween home! He loves to cuddle and will warm everybody’s heart.

The pattern is very elaborate and clear and contains lots of pictures for extra instructional clearity. Make one in every color of the rainbow!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 17 – Halloween Bat Magnet

This pattern is suitable for every fridge that need a bit of Halloween decor! He’s a very classy bat with his little bow tie and googly eyes – two of my favorite things! You can also use this applique on anything else: hats, bags, cards, placemats etc.

The pattern is simple, clear and works up very quickly! Bow tie bats for everyone!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 18 – Halloween Bat

These bats are a little bit scary and a whole lot cute. Hang them from the ceiling, from doorframes and windowsills to achieve the optimal „fright-factor“. They need to be part of everybody’s Halloween decor!

The pattern is easy to crochet. Use pipe cleaners to spread out the wings for their flight!

Free crochet pattern amigurumi Halloween bats. | Source 19 – Fruit Bat

Not really as scary as his cousin the vampire bat, but still very suitable for Halloween! This little fruit bat is very easy to crochet, making this an excellent pattern for beginners. You can change the face, wings and ears to your liking. Perhaps you can even transform him into a vampire bat!

The pattern is very clear and very simple. Don’t forget his little tuft of hair!


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17 months ago from Netherlands

I love crochet too! Isn’t Pinterest the best?!!

Barbara Oakley

17 months ago

I love to crochet when I have free time. I love the pictures on pin interest you sure post a lot.


2 years ago from Netherlands

Good call! Thanks for noticing! I’ll swap that one with another.


2 years ago

NOT all free patterns!!# 9 Amigurumi is a paid pattern!


2 years ago

These are not all free patterns! 🙁 The amigurumi bat pattern costs money.

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The Changing English Language: Evolution or Dumbing Down?

id=“mod_16516091″>The times and the English language are changing

It happens every so often. Merriam-Webster or the Oxford English Dictionary announce the addition of new words to the English canon. My husband groans and I giggle. He thinks it’s a sign of a society in decline — the dumbing down of the human race. I think it’s reflective of today’s culture as language adapts to the current times — a form of linguistic evolution. (And yet, 카지노사이트 our marriage seems to work).

No matter your opinion on the subject, the English language is changing. And it’s happening fast!

With the internet age shattering geographic barriers, a wide array of slang, jargon and colloquialisms seem to find quickly infiltrate everyday conversations, 우리계열카지노 texts, emails and social networks all over the world.

Some 21st Century additions to the dictionary

Use new words in a conversation with your parents or grandparents and you’ll probably be met with a blank stare. Use them in an IM with your teenage niece and you may actually gain some „Cool Aunt or Uncle“ points. Here are a few examples:

Derpy: Someone who is awkward or accident-prone. Also a character on „My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.“

Totes: An abbreviated version of totally. According to Urban Dictionary, „The average time saved by using the word totes … 26.6 seconds a day! Over the course of a year that adds up to 2.7 hours!!“

Selfie: A picture you take of yourself with the intention of sharing with your social networks. Selfie was named Oxford’s word of the year.

Woot: A shout of joy or victory.

Retweet: To share someone else’s message on twitter.

Jeggings: Leggings designed to resemble jeans.

Sexting: Sending sexually explicit photos, images, text messages, or emails via cell phone or mobile device.

Cyberbullying: Using the internet to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated, 우리카지노 and hostile manner.

Bromance: A close friendship between men that is non-sexual.

How do you feel about new words like jeggings, retweet and sexting?


Society on the decline.

See results Yes, it’s actually English (even if it’s old)

The English language is in a constant state of flux. Just look at 13th Century Old English and 14th Century Middle English. It’s like trying to read Japanese (unless, of course, you speak Japanese, in which case it’s nothing like that).

Have you ever tried to read Geoffrey Chaucher’s „The Canterbury Tales“? It’s doable, but it’s tough!

Here’s an excerpt:

Whan that aprill with his shoures soote

The droghte of march hath perced to the roote,

And bathed every veyne in swich licour

Of which vertu engendred is the flour.

Ummmm, what?

It’s difficult to decipher. And yes, it’s English. I even took an entire college literature course devoted to reading Chaucer’s work.

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How would Chaucer feel now trying to interpret the changing lexicon. With the prevalence of smart phones, just about everyone in texting these days (even your mom). The younger generation in particular has taken advantage of this new form of communication. Take a quick look at Urban Dictionary or even a text dialogue between two teens:



A: D46?


Any idea what these text abbreviation mean? Neither did I. Let me enlighten you:

A: How are you?

B: Alive and kicking.

A: Down for 우리카지노계열 sex?

B: Totally.

Key to English writes that a time capsule buried in 1938 in New York City included a printed „key to English“ that describes 20th-century American English in order to help discoverers 5000 years in the future understand the language.

Here we are just under 75 years later, and language has already changed dramatically. It’s safe to say that in 6938, 카지노사이트 the English language as we know it will most definitely be a foreign language

According to an article in the New York Times, the American Dialect Society’s Brice Russ claims that the 200 million+ messages posted daily on twitter may provide valuable information to linguists about geographic speech differences.

Many teachers are reporting that the texting language common on Facebook, twitter, IM and other social media sites is polluting students‘ essays and homework assignments.

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The implications of the changing language have been debated widely by scientists, linguists and even Hubbers:

Dramatic changes are detrimental and put the English language in jeopardy: The Future of the English Language.

A prolific look at changing language: The History of the English language.

Some of the oddities of the English language.

Some of the reasons why the English language is important.

As a writer I enjoy the growing lexicon. It’s an opportunity to embrace new words and expand my writing horizon.

I know some people worry that these changes are making society stupid, but I would argue there has always been a portion of society that’s simply that: Stupid. Or, as our teen friends might text, „AYSOS*?“ I guess it depends who you ask.

*Are you stupid or something?


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2 years ago

The deterioration of language is usually defined, (primarily by linguists) as the evolutionary process of language. Naturally, this doesn’t answer the question, is language actually deteriorating. For some people it is; therefore, it’s relative. There is no question that the English language has lowered its standards; we don’t have the vocabulary of generations ago. These new words that Aleza refers to are quite elementary, without any etymological sustenance. They’re trendy and perhaps short-lived. The drastic drop in vocabulary level by students and young adults is attributed to television, 우리카지노계열 social media, texting etc.. I think students and young adults should learn the challenging English words that have etymological roots with Latin and Greek, words that have been around for centuries, rather than these rather vogue, puerile expressions that will disappear as soon as they’re replaced with other more juvenile expressions.


6 years ago from SC Piedmont Area

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7 years ago from Southern California

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7 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

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7 years ago from Southern California

I love Old English. I wish we still spoke that way; listening to someone speak that way is so beautiful. If I weren’t so language challenged, I’d learn how to speak like that and then I’d go around Los Angeles acting like I’m straight out of the 18th century! 🙂

I think that a lot of the „new“ words that are being used are useless, they have no value in the English language and certainly shouldn’t be introducted into the dictionary (in order to taint future generations). These words are a fad, when they fade; they will always be following us in the dictionary!


8 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

@Tymolen Thank you! I love your comment. I love the idea of a mideival rap. I also love your outlook on language. I’m so glad you stopped by!!


8 years ago from Montana

Great Hub! I love Chaucher’s excerpt you put, it’s like mid-evil rap about the spring. ha Your point is undeniable and I hope that one day mankind could merge almost all language together. Kinda like some parts in Europe and Korea. Where they speak 3-4 languages on average and interchange in some sentences because each language is indeed limited on certain cultural aspects.


8 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

Haha you must have talked to my husband.

Tony Lawrence

8 years ago from SE MA

Oh, you’ll probably be wrong about something eventually. Give it time 🙂


8 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

Thank you @pcunix that actually sounds like an interesting read. I will have to check it out. Plus I sure do love being right!

Tony Lawrence

8 years ago from SE MA

You are on the right side here. Have your husband read „The Unfolding of Language“ by Guy Deutscher. It’s a fun read (I know, it sounds dry but it definitely is not) and he’ll learn why he shouldn’t groan.

Jason Menayan

8 years ago from San Francisco

TTLY should not be confused with TTYL (talk to you later), which even I, in advanced age, have seen and understood.


8 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

@novascotiamiss I just love the idea of language and evolution. It makes it feel so fluid and full of life!


8 years ago from Nova Scotia, Canada

Interesting hub. Yes, I sometimes also think that our society is in decline but you have a point. New words also mean new opportunities. Another interesting aspect is how languages are evolving in different parts of the world. E.g. Afrikaans is a South African language that stems from the dutch of the 1600’s when the first dutch settlers inhabited the country. While the dutch in Holland has evolved, Afrikaans has remained somewhat of a baby dutch.