A long time ago, there were foot x-ray machines in department stores so you could properly measure your feet for shoes. You stuck your feet into the opening and looked through the viewfinder. Believe it or not, those machines were ultimately removed due to concerns about radiation, especially because they were magnets for small, bored children. These skeleton and skull knitting patterns remind me of what the pictures might have looked like if you shoved your smaller sibling’s limbs or heads into the opening.

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Charts

1. Bone Filled Coffin by Lisa Vienneau

Bone Filled Coffin by Lisa Vienneau | see more at knittingfornerds.com

The bone border on this pattern really puts it above and beyond other charts. 😀

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading

2. Dancing Skeleton in Top Hat Motif Chart by Erssie

Dancing Skeleton in Top Hat Motif Chart by Erssie | see more at knittingfornerds.com

I don’t know if we can be friends if you can’t think of a use for this dancing, rose-biting, top hatted skeleton.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

3. Deathflake Chart by Art Fiend

Deathflake Chart by Art Fiend | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Jack Skellington would be proud to have this as part of his Christmas (and Halloween) decorations. It’s never too early to start celebrating both holidays!

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

4. Deathflake 2 – Skull Chart by Jim Furr

Deathflake 2 - Skull Chart by Jim Furr | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Jim updated the above Deathflake with a slightly different motif, so you have your pick of truly metal snowflakes.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

5, Just A Skull Knit Dishcloth by Lisa Millan

Just A Skull Knit Dishcloth by Lisa Millan | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This skull knitting pattern includes more of an outline, instead of a full color block of bone.

Skills needed:

  • Knit and purl

6. Ossuary chart by Kirsti Hallamaa

Ossuary chart by Kirsti Hallamaa | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Looking for skulls with personality? The Ossuary chart skulls just scream personality. Not literally though. I don’t think having a haunted knitting project would be much fun. It’s already hard enough to sleep when you’re really into a project.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

7. Simple small skull by Sandra Reitan

Simple small skull by Sandra Reitan | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This skull pattern will fit in any little spot you need it to.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading

8. Skeletor Chart by Cari Cels

Skeletor Chart by Cari Cels | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Skeletor Chart is a perfect little repeating pattern for pretty much any project. It would look great on socks, cozies, hats, and more! It’s simple and elegant, with just a touch of creep.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

9. Skulls Border by Erssie

Skulls Border by Erssie | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This pattern set includes a lot more than just the skull border, but the skull border will be perfect for use on hats and sweaters.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

10. Skull Cable by Adrian Bizilia

Skull Cable by Adrian Bizilia | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Apply skulls to EVERYTHING you knit and it’s as easy as cabling (which is super easy, I promise)!

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Cables

11. Skull Chart by Jennifer Stafford

Skull Chart by Jennifer Stafford | see more at knittingfornerds.com

If you’re a stickler for more anatomically correct skulls, this pattern does the trick. Of all of the patterns on this list, it is the closest to the framework that lives inside your head.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading

12-13. SKULL Cloth & SKULL -1 – Cloth Knitting Pattern by Ezcareknits

SKULL Cloth by Ezcareknits | see more at knittingfornerds.comSKULL -1 - Cloth Knitting Pattern by Ezcareknits | see more at knittingfornerds.com

SKULL cloth and it’s companion piece SKULL 1 is sweet and simple and easy to create. Great for beginners.

Skills needed:

  • Knit and purl

14. skulls! skulls! skulls! by claudia scarpa

skulls! skulls! skulls! by claudia scarpa | see more at knittingfornerds.com

If the cabled skulls above weren’t your cup of tea, these repeating skulls would also look great on literally any knitting project.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading

15. Skully Dishcloth by Dee Frey

Skully Dishcloth by Dee Frey | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Skully is a cute little design that needs a good home.

Skills needed:

  • Knit and purl

16. Spüli mit Skelett by Mamafri

Spüli mit Skelett by Mamafri | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This pattern is perfect for double knitting, making a washcloth, or a patch. The owl, grave, and skeleton motif are perfect for all of your Halloween decorations.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading

Children’s Patterns

17. Baby Goth Knits Hooded Skull Jacket by Baby Goth Knits

Baby Goth Knits Hooded Skull Jacket by Baby Goth Knits | see more at knittingfornerds.com

I have a feeling that every future baby that is somehow in my life is going to get this sweater.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Seaming

18. Dem Bones by Eileen Casey

Dem Bones by Eileen Casey | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This sweater makes it look like your child has just stepped into an x-ray machine. It’s relaxed and casual, perfect for playing.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Duplicate stitch
  • Shaping

19. Ghostskulls:Beanie with Skull Motif by Erssie

Ghostskulls:Beanie with Skull Motif by Erssie | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This baby does not seem to appreciate the adorable little skull beanie on its head.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

20. Infant Skullcap Hat by Karen Bucher

Infant Skullcap Hat by Karen Bucher | see more at knittingfornerds.com

It’s never too early to start your baby on their path to loving skulls.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Icord
  • Colorwork

21. Skeleton Sweater by Bernat Design Studio

Skeleton Sweater by Bernat Design Studio | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This sweater is a slightly more detailed design than the one above, but without the bones on the arms. It’s still relaxed and casual.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Seaming
  • Shaping

22. Skeletoque by Robotrix

Skeletoque by Robotrix | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Skeletoque is a skull in a ski-mask style hat, sure to keep your already creepy kids nice and warm while out and about.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Shaping

23. Skull shorts by May Britt Sirnes

Skull shorts by May Britt Sirnes | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These toddler shorts are perfectly cheery and perfectly creepy for your little Wednesday or Pugsley.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Knitting in the round

Gloves & Mittens

24. bones illusion wrist warmers by Dawn Huddlestone

bones illusion wrist warmers by Dawn Huddlestone | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These wrist warmers are more subtle skeleton-y than the others due to the illusion knitting. You only see your bones from certain angles (which, I guess, can almost be said about the human body in general too).

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

25. Calaveras mittens by JennyPenny

Calaveras mittens by JennyPenny | see more at knittingfornerds.com

My favorite detail on these mittens cannot be seen in the photo, but there is a full skeleton on the thumb.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

26. Chuckling Skulls by Kata Law

Chuckling Skulls by Kata Law | see more at knittingfornerds.com

The border skulls do look like they’re giggling at you.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

27. Day of the Dead Arm Warmers by Allison Guy

Day of the Dead Arm Warmers by Allison Guy | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These armwarmers remind me a little bit of the old Space Invaders game. Except, instead of little alien spaceships, you’re fighting skulls? I guess it falls apart towards the end of the comparison.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

28. Los Muertos Day of the Dead Mittens by Erssie

Los Muertos Day of the Dead Mittens by Erssie | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These mittens will keep your hands toasty warm and will provide a good fabric shield from any jump scares in those haunted houses you’re off to.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Knitting in the round
  • Shaping

29. Memento Mori Mittens by Odessa Reichel

Memento Mori Mittens by Odessa Reichel | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These mittens are very colorful and cheerful for something that’s meant to be a reminder of the impermanence of life.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

30. Munecas Skeleton Fingerless Gloves by Led Zyppin

Munecas Skeleton Fingerless Gloves by Led Zyppin | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Remember that machine at the top that children would commonly shove their smaller siblings into the opening so they could see them in x-ray form? This glove reminds me of it.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Shaping
  • Colorwork

31. Skeleton Mittens by Rachel Kluesner

Skeleton Mittens by Rachel Kluesner | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These long mittens are constructed to make sure that they don’t get slouchy, which keeps your bones exactly where they need to be. (Which is a really important thing, turns out.)

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

32. Skully Fingerless Mitts by Nadine Borovicka

Skully Fingerless Mitts by Nadine Borovicka | see more at knittingfornerds.com

We had giggling skulls above and now we have a much more menacing skull on the back of these fingerless gloves.

Skills needed:

  • Duplicate stitch
  • Knitting in the round

Hats & Headbands

33. Bosch’s Skull by Corrvin Smith

Bosch's Skull by Corrvin Smith | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Everyone needs skulls grinning out from the top of their skull covering. Saves the strain of your cheek muscles.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

34. Cool Skull Hat for Guys and Gals by Donna Mason-Svara

Cool Skull Hat for Guys and Gals by Donna Mason-Svara | see more at knittingfornerds.com

All cool guys and gals and other configurations of being need a stripey skull hat. It helps you identify other cool people.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

35. Cranio by Chloe Sparkle

Cranio by Chloe Sparkle | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This hat makes me think that you might’ve defeated the Skeleton King and claimed the title for yourself.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Colorwork
  • Icord

36. Fair Isle “Skull” Cap by Cathy Payson

Fair Isle "Skull" Cap by Cathy Payson | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Skulls grin out from your skull on this cheery pattern. Make it your own by choosing your own color combination (though the Halloween colors are a grand choice).

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Seaming

37. Headband Skull by Meret Bützberger

Headband Skull by Meret Bützberger | see more at knittingfornerds.com

If you’re one of those people who prefers hats to headbands, you’re not out of luck. This headband sports a very realistic skull profile all the way around, broken by crossbones.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Double knitting
  • Knitting in the round

38. Heart it, Hate it Hat by Gabriella Henry

Heart it, Hate it Hat by Gabriella Henry | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This hat comes with two pattern options: Hearts and skulls. I bet you can guess which one got it on this list.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

39. Los Muertos: Day of the Dead Hat by Erssie

Los Muertos: Day of the Dead Hat by Erssie | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This pattern is a colorful and intricately designed hat, perfect to brighten up the slightly dreary cold (once the fall colors have left us, of course).

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

40. Skull Cable Hat by Abigail Oakley

Skull Cable Hat by Abigail Oakley | see more at knittingfornerds.com

By modifying the Skull Cables above, Abigail was able to create a really handsome hat that is sure to keep you warm all winter long.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Cables

41. Skull Caps by Vickie Howell

Skull Caps by Vickie Howell | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Though these hats look tiny, the pattern includes both adult and child patterns. Customize your skull cap with a different expression!

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Shaping
  • Stitching

42. Skull Cone Hat by Ellen Mallett

Skull Cone Hat by Ellen Mallett | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These skulls more closely resemble the Misfits skull and wrap around your head in a crown (of skulls, which sounds appropriately metal).

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

Pets

43. Skull and Crossbones Dog Coat by Ellen Mallett

Skull and Crossbones Dog Coat by Ellen Mallett | see more at knittingfornerds.com

That’s one cool pug.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Shaping
  • Colorwork

44. Skeleton Chart for Small Dog Coat by Leslie Gladney

Skeleton Chart for Small Dog Coat by Leslie Gladney | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This is a chart meant to be used with the super awesome Skull and Crossbones Dog Coat. He’ll be the perfect Halloween companion.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

45. Skull Doggery Dog Sweater by My Savannah Cottage

Skull Doggery Dog Sweater by My Savannah Cottage | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Your puppy (or cat, if they’ll tolerate the sweater) also needs to join in on the holiday spirit! If they wear this sweater all year long, they also become a certified bad ass.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork
  • Chart reading

Scarves, Shawls, & Cowls

46. Croak Skull Illusion Scarf by Gina Damico

Croak Skull Illusion Scarf by Gina Damico | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This skull illusion scarf is big, bold, and elegant. Until you look at it from a certain angle and then it becomes ominous.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading

47. Dancing Skeletons Double Knit Scarf by Frivolite Handcrafts

Dancing Skeletons Double Knit Scarf by Frivolite Handcrafts | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This double-knit scarf looks like an old animation from one of those spinny toys (a zoetrope, according to Wikipedia). I guess you could also use this as a diagram to teach yourself how to dance.

Skills needed:

  • Double knit
  • Colorwork

48. Jolly Roger shawl by Aino Haikala

Jolly Roger shawl by Aino Haikala | see more at knittingfornerds.com

I love when certain lady-like and delicate things are subverted. Skulls hidden in lace is the perfect way to do so.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Lacework

49. Los Muertos Day of the Dead Cowl by Erssie

Los Muertos Day of the Dead Cowl by Erssie | see more at knittingfornerds.com

As part of a matching set of Dia de los Muertos set of hat, mittens, and this cowl, this cowl is probably my favorite of the patterns. Who doesn’t want a ring of gleefully grinning skulls around their face and neck?

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

50. Mark’s Skull Illusion Scarf by Cathy Munoz

Mark's Skull Illusion Scarf by Cathy Munoz | see more at knittingfornerds.com

There are a wide variety of skull illusion scarves, but this one has a repeating pattern, so you have more of a chance to spot the illusion.

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading

51. Reversible Dia de Los Muertos Infinity Cowl / Scarf by Sunshine Stewart

Reversible Dia de Los Muertos Infinity Cowl / Scarf by Sunshine Stewart | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Keep yourself cozy with a thick and colorful infinity cowl.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

52. Scare Isle Scarf and Sox (Scarf) by Camille Chang

Scare Isle Scarf and Sox (Scarf) by Camille Chang | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This scarf has beautiful pattern work and a pun in the name. That makes it perfect.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Double knit

53. Skranglemann by Stella Charming

Skranglemann by Stella Charming | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This reversible cowl is perfect for going Trick or Treating, standing in line at a haunted house, or walking your dog. The skeletons dance around your face and keep you warm at the same time.

Skills needed:

  • Double knitting
  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

54. Skull Cowl by Catherine Murphy Gingras

Skull Cowl by Catherine Murphy Gingras | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This cowl is going to keep you cozy and warm, especially when you tuck the cowl underneath the lapels of your coat.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

55. Skull Illusion Scarf by Ysolda Teague

Skull Illusion Scarf by Ysolda Teague | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Need to hide your spookyness for whatever reason? (Maybe because it’s close to Thanksgiving and everyone thinks you’re dragging things on a little long?) An illusion scarf is the perfect way to get around that judgment.

Skills needed:

  • Knit and purl

56. Temple of Skulls Halloween Shawl by Maria Do Souto

Temple of Skulls Halloween Shawl by Maria Do Souto | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Above, I said I loved skull and lace and this shawl is great for both wearing and using as Halloween decorations.

Skills needed:

  • Lacework

57. Yorick by Kate Kuckro

Yorick by Kate Kuckro | see more at knittingfornerds.com

We knew him well. Because we made him and felted him.

Skills needed:

  • Lacework
  • Felting

Socks & Legwarmers

58. Bones by Marie Gross

Bones by Marie Gross | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These socks are good for beginners. It has a simple band of colorwork on a basic sock and the finished project looks really smart.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Knitting in the round

59. Halloween Skull Socks by Fir Tree Knitwear

Halloween Skull Socks by Fir Tree Knitwear | see more at knittingfornerds.com

The Fox Sisters were an early piece of evidence in favor (or so they thought) of spiritualism. They claimed to speak to spirits who responded with clicks and knocks. After many years, they admitted those noises were made by cracking their toes. The toes on these socks also speak for the ghosts. These ghosts say BOO.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

60. Huesos de Pierna by Claire Kathleen

Huesos de Pierna by Claire Kathleen | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Show off your tibia and fibula in creepy versions of Flashdance. Awesome for creepy ballerina costumes too.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

61. I Heart Skulls by Judy Kennedy

I Heart Skulls by Judy Kennedy | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Do you also need to declare your love for skulls? These skull-and-heart-printed socks are the perfect way to do so, while cozying up at home with hot chocolate or cider.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Shaping
  • Colorwork

62. Las Calacas Danzantes Socks by Erssie

Las Calacas Danzantes Socks by Erssie | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Though this is more Dia de los Muertos than Halloween, these dancing skeleton knee socks will bring a cheerful pop of color to your everyday wardrobe.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork
  • Shaping

63. Mistress D by Sue Grandfield

Mistress D by Sue Grandfield | see more at knittingfornerds.com

These colorful socks are apparently based on voodoo imagery, which makes them really unique in this round-up.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork
  • Icord

64. Pair-a-normal Socks by Barry Scates

Pair-a-normal Socks by Barry Scates | see more at knittingfornerds.com

More puns! More skulls!

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Knitting in the round

65. Scare Isle Scarf and Sox (Socks) by Camille Chang

Scare Isle Scarf and Sox (Socks) by Camille Chang | see more at knittingfornerds.com

And the puns continue. I’m also moderately creeped out by the thought of having teeth as long as those stripes on the top of the foot.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

66. Skull Mukluks by Maggie Pace

Skull Mukluks by Maggie Pace | see more at knittingfornerds.com

There’s a song about mukluks (kind of) and I can’t stop singing it in my head now that I’ve found this pattern. These mukluks seem cozy and comfortable.

Skills needed:

  • Shaping
  • Colorwork

67. Skull Stockings by Severina / Aundrea Murphy

Skull Stockings by Severina / Aundrea Murphy | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Stockings are great for refined or chilly individuals (or both). And these have a skull lace motif that allows you to be more subtle about your spooky tendencies.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Lacework
  • Shaping

Sweaters

68. 221 B Skulls by Professor Fonz

221 B Skulls by Professor Fonz | see more at knittingfornerds.com

So it’s more Sherlock, but these skulls in a Victorian cameo frame are really elegant and perfect for more formal Halloween gatherings.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Knitting in the round
  • Shaping

69. Skeleton Jumper by Smith Janine

Skeleton Jumper by Smith Janine | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Kids aren’t the only ones who need x-ray sweaters. I love this pattern in particular because it’s sized for plus sized women. 😀

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Knitting in the round
  • Seaming
  • Chart reading

Miscellaneous

70. Chauncey by Dee Frey

Chauncey by Dee Frey | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Chauncey is a stuffed and felted skull. It looks like a great beginner’s project for felting and colorwork.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Knitting in the round
  • Felting

71. Glorious Tea Cozy of Doom by Sharon Mooney

Glorious Tea Cozy of Doom by Sharon Mooney | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Got a kettle? Then you need a cozy. Keep your pot warm and remind yourself of yours and everyone’s impending doom.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

72. Gothic Yule: Mini Santa Hat with Skull Tree Decoration by Erssie

Gothic Yule: Mini Santa Hat with Skull Tree Decoration by Erssie | see more at knittingfornerds.com

Halloween doesn’t have to end at November. Keep it going for another two months at least!

Skills needed:

  • Duplicate stitch
  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork

73. Moriarty skull tie square by Tove Backhammar

Moriarty skull tie square by Tove Backhammar | see more at knittingfornerds.com

And we’re back to Sherlock–well, Moriarty. This pattern gives you a beautiful pocket square reminiscent of Moriarty’s tie. Who doesn’t need to channel a little Moriarty in their life?

Skills needed:

  • Chart reading
  • Colorwork

74. Papel Picado Pillow (day of the dead/dia de los muertos) by Betsy Farquhar

Papel Picado Pillow (day of the dead/dia de los muertos) by Betsy Farquhar | see more at knittingfornerds.com

I used to work at a book arts center and one of the favorite holidays celebrated there was Dia de los Muertos. The library was decorated with these intricate cut outs (papel picados) and this pillow reminds me of those months there. (And also unfortunately reminds me of a very unfortunate incident involving an old woman, a temporary tattoo, and a tramp stamp.)

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Knitting in the round
  • Icord

75. Pirate Dice Bag by Jennifer Savage

Pirate Dice Bag by Jennifer Savage | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This little skull will guard your most precious dice. Or curse them. Depending on your normal luck with rolling dice, you might not notice a change.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Icord
  • Colorwork

76. Skull by Traci & Tommy Webb

Skull by Traci & Tommy Webb | see more at knittingfornerds.com

This skull is meant to be used with the Webb’s drawstring bag pattern. Once you close the mouth of the bag, it will look like a proper skull, just sitting upside-down.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Colorwork
  • Chart reading

77. Skull Tea Cosies by Tea Cosy Folk

Skull Tea Cosies by Tea Cosy Folk | see more at knittingfornerds.com

If you’re less about the doom and gloom and more about anatomy and science, this is the tea cozy for you.

Skills needed:

  • Seaming
  • Colorwork

78. Skully Keychain by Teresa Murphy

Skully Keychain by Teresa Murphy | see more at knittingfornerds.com

 

Honestly, I need one for every color of the rainbow.

Skills needed:

  • Colorwork
  • Felting

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Wait, you’re missing so many skull knitting patterns!

I know. I know. I’m biased. Orange is my favorite color. Halloween is my favorite holiday. And skull knitting patterns fill up the majority of my Ravelry queue. (Who am I kidding? Skulls fill up the majority of my decor at home as well!) I don’t think I’ve had an easier time sourcing pattern articles than I did while creating this post.

Pirate-based skulls will make an appearance in a later article, promise!

78 Skeleton and Skull Knitting Patterns | see more at knittingfornerds.com

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