Halloween Free Beading Patterns

Free Halloween Themed Bead Projects

Halloween is a favorite time of the year for themed jewelry creations. They can be creepy, quirky or fun, but spiders, pumpkins and skulls take center stage in jewelry and costumes. Don't wait until Halloween day to wear your beaded creations - they're perfect for the entire month of October to set the mood.  And even better, some of these patterns will look great all year long!

These fun and easy Halloween beading patterns are sure to be a big hit. They make great accessories for your...MORE favorite Halloween costume.  

  • 01 of 08
    Halloween Pumpkin Bracelet
    Halloween pumpkin bracelet pattern. © Chris Franchetti Michaels

    Learn how to add a button and loop clasp to peyote bracelets with this tutorial - plus a link to the fun halloween pumpkin peyote stitch pattern so you can stitch one up yourself!

    These festive Jack O'Lanterns will make you want to Trick or Treat all year long.

  • 02 of 08
    Beaded Spider Jewelry
    Beaded spiders make great Halloween earrings or necklace pendants. Lisa Yang

    Spiders are always appropriate for Halloween. Use wire and beads to make these fantastic beaded spiders.  Make your beaded spiders scary or playful - the look is up to you based on the beads you choose!

    These beaded spiders are perfect as pendants or earrings.

  • 03 of 08
    spider peyote cuff bracelet
    Spooky Spider and Web Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet Free Beading Pattern. Jennifer VanBenschoten

     Follow this flat even count peyote tutorial to make a Halloween perfect spider and web cuff bracelet.  Includes a material list, but you can always change the colors to match the beads you have on hand.  Japanese cylinder beads work best with peyote cuff designs since they look into place for an even look.

  • 04 of 08
    Skull earrings
    A wire wrapped chain of skulls make stunningly different shoulder duster earrings. © Lisa Yang

     A line of skulls that would make any headhunter happy!  

    These earrings are great for Halloween or any time of the year.  Make them long shoulder dusters or cut them off after a few skulls, whichever suits your style best.  Don't forget to add a pop of color with the crystal dangles!  These use wire wrapped loops to join each skull component, a basic wire wrapping skills that is easy to master.

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  • 05 of 08
    Halloween Beaded Spider Pattern

     "Welcome to my parlor", said the creepy spider.  Making this even count peyote stitch bracelet is a perfect way to prepare for Halloween festivities.

    This pattern makes a wide beaded band.

  • 06 of 08
    dia de los muertes beaded skull
    Dia De Los Muertes beaded skull pendant.

     Make these easy, organic-looking earrings using skull beads and other natural beads and circular peyote stitch to infuse your wardrobe with a little bit of the Halloween spirit.  

    These earrings are very fanciful and a great way to use up small amounts of left over beads. The more colorful, the better!

    And don't limit these fun earrings just to Halloween or Dia de los Muertes, there are plenty of occasions when these whimsical earrings will do the trick.  

  • 07 of 08
    brick stitch candy corn bead pattern
    Easy Brick Stitch Candy Corn Earrings Bead Graph. Jennifer VanBenschoten

     Candy corn are a Halloween tradition - why not make candy corn brick stitch earrings your tradition?  These are so quick to make, you'll want to make several pairs.  A great beginner pattern and an even better halloween treat!.  

    These earrings work up fast because they use a combination of regular brick stitch with 2-drop and 3-drop brick stitch.  

  • 08 of 08
    Double Spiral Halloween Color Bead bracelet
    A double spiral bracelet in Halloween colors with glow in the dark beads. © Chris Franchetti Michaels

     This double flat spiral beaded bracelet is prepared to scare for Halloween featuring orange and black beads surrounding glow in the dark druk bead centers.  

    You'd never know this is the double version of the stitch used for this elegant Emerald City Flat Spiral bracelet.