The final pattern in the Halloween ornament collection is this little Bat! This Bat pattern is actually one of the very first patterns I have ever written. The original Bat was cute, but I decided to revamp my old pattern because it wasn’t exactly the way I wanted my Bat to look.
After finishing Bat 2.0 and hanging it onto my tree, I noticed that it was looking a little lonely. So from there, I decided to create the Halloween Collection so that I could have a tree full of adorable Halloween ornaments.
Free Bat Ornament Amigurumi Crochet Pattern
I used the Knitpicks Shine Sport yarn for all of the ornaments in my Halloween collection because I love how smooth it crochets up. The yarn also looks slightly glossy, which makes the ornaments look a little bit more polished.
The difficulty level of this pattern is Intermediate and this pattern is written in US crochet terminology.
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sl st: slip stitch
sc: single crochet
hdc: half double crochet
dc: double crochet
inc: two single crochet in one stitch
dec: invisible decrease, single crochet two stitches together through the front loops only
sk st: skip the next stitch
(…) x # : repeat anything in the parenthesis however many times the number indicates
[#]: total number of stitches for that row
#sc/sl st/hdc/dc: one sc/sl st/hdc/dc in the following # stitches
THINGS YOU NEED
- Knitpicks Shine Sport Yarn in Wallaby and Cosmopolitan
- 3.0 mm Crochet Hook
- 6mm Safety Eyes with Matching Backings
- Polyfil or Scrap Yarn for Stuffing
- Darning Needle
- Locking Stitch Markers
- White String for Hanging
- Elmer’s Glue (or any glue that dries clear)
- Sponge Brush
- Optional: Foam Board
with Wallaby yarn
1 6sc in magic circle 
2 (inc) x 6 
3 (sc, inc) x 6 
4 (2sc, inc) x 6 
5(3sc, inc) x 6 
6 (4sc, inc) x 6 
7-8 sc in all sts 
9 (5sc, inc) x 6 
10 sc in all sts 
11 (5sc, dec) x 6 
12 sc in all sts 
13 (4sc, dec) x 6 
14 sc in all sts 
15 (3sc, dec) x 6 
16 (2sc, dec) x 6 
17 (sc, dec) x 6 
Fasten off, stuff fully, close hole and weave tail in.
1 4sc in magic circle 
2 (sc, inc) x 2 
3 sc in all sts 
4 (sc, inc) x 3 
5 (2sc, inc) x 3 
6 sc in all sts 
7 (2sc, dec) x 3 
8 sc in all sts 
Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.
1 6sc in magic circle 
2 (sc, inc) x 3 
3 sc in all sts 
4 (2sc, inc) x 3 
5 (3sc, inc) x 3 
6 (4sc, inc) x 3 
7 sc in all sts 
8 (5sc, inc) x 3 
9 sc in all sts 
10 (5sc, dec) x 3 
11 (4sc, dec) x 3 
12 (3sc, dec) x 3 
Fasten off, stuff fully, leave a long tail for sewing.
1 4sc in magic circle 
2-3 sc in all sts 
Fasten off, leave a tail for sewing.
1 Ch 21 (make sure to leave a long tail end because you will be sewing the wings to the body with this tail), sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in the rest of the sts, turn 
2 14sc, 5hdc, ch 2, turn 
3 6hdc, 8sc, 3sl st, turn 
4 sk st (Top Left Photo), 5sl st, 3sc, 3hdc, 4dc, ch 2, turn 
5 4dc, 4hdc, 3sc, 2sl st, turn 
6 sk st, 2sl st, hdc, ch 2, sc into 2nd ch from hook (Top Right), sc, sl st, hdc, ch 2, sc into 2nd ch from hook, hdc, 3sl st, hdc, ch 2, sc into 2nd ch from hook, hdc (Bottom Left)
7 down the side: 7sc (Bottom Right)
Fasten off, weave the tail that you end with off but leave the beginning tail end because you’ll need it for sewing.
- Place the skinny ends of both wings together and sew them together with one of the wings’ tail. Weave that tail in. You should still have another tail to sew the wings onto the body with.
- Mix 1 part water to 1 part glue, I used Elmer’s glue for this. Paint the mixture over the wings and lay on a flat surface and allow to dry. If you want the wing tips to look extra pointy, you can place the wings on a flat piece of foam and pin it down to shape it.
- While your wings are drying, sew a thick line between the eyes on the face of your bat with Cosmopolitan yarn to create a cute little nose.
- Pin the ears onto the top of the head and sew in place.
- Pin the body onto the head and sew in place.
- Pin the feet onto the bottom of the body and sew in place.
- Turn your bat around and pin the wings to the back of your bat and sew in place.
- String a piece of yarn through the centre of the bottom of the bat. Tie the string off to close off the loop.
Congrats, you have just finished your adorable little Bat! Feel free to customize your Bat by giving it a different coloured nose or adding pink details to the ears.
Please leave me a comment down below (or contact me) if you have any questions about this pattern. I would also love to see your creation so don’t forget to tag me (@olliehollycrochet) on Instagram or use the #olliehollycrochet! Please let me know in the comments what you would like to see next!
If you find any mistakes in the pattern, please contact me and let me know! I do my best to catch my mistakes when I edit my patterns but I sometimes miss the little things.
You may sell products made from this pattern in small quantities but please clearly credit the design to me, Abby Sy of Ollie + Holly and provide a link to my blog www.OllieHolly.com. Permission is NOT granted for mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind. Thank you for being respectful and for your understanding!
Very cute, nice work
Thank you! 🙂
Thank you for creating and sharing❤
You’re so very welcome! <3
CUTEST bat I have seen lately.
I will TRY to do it.
Thanks so much FOr sharing the pattern ??
Thank you Cristina! 🙂
Just made this (using a bigger hook and worsted weight since it’s what I had on hand) to give to my daughter for her 20th birthday. She’s gonna love it! Thanks so much for making this adorable pattern and making it easily accessible. I really LOVE it. I’m thinking of making a bat Garland using different shades of gray for each little bat. The Garland is a great idea. Thanks again for sharing this
You are so welcome 🙂 I’m glad you like the pattern and I look forward to seeing your bat garland if you make it! Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment and for your support!
Buenas noches muy fácil la verdad ,me he quedado en las alas no entiendo muy bien como son me gustaría saber una forma más fáciles de hacer. Muchas gracias.
Hi there, unfortunately, I’m only able to provide support in English. Thank you for your understanding.
If you would like i can translate the pattern in spanish for you. I just made it and it looks amazing! Thanks for auch a beautiful pattern!
That would be lovely and make this pattern available to so many other people! Thank you so much!
Wings – row 3 – do I skip the two chains and put first hdc in the last hdc from row two?
Yes, that is correct! The Ch2 is just there to adjust for the height of the first hdc stitch of row 3
So I’m trying to make the ears for my bat and every time I do they look nothing like yours and I have no idea what I am doing wrong do you have any tips for a beginner to help me out.
Just sent you an email with some resources!
Thankyou so much for thiS pattern – the little bst is adorable
Great pattern. The wings gave me a bit of trouble. My point wasn’t as pointy as I would like.
Thank you! 🙂 As for the points, the glue stiffener helps a bit to make them a bit sharper. Pinching the points while the glue mix is still slightly damp helps a bit with this.
El patrón está muy bien explicado y me resultó fácil y quedan bonitos son muy dulces, yo le agregué un par de colmillos
This worked up rather easily in one day. Thanks for the cute pattern. I told my hubby there might be bats in various places around the house for awhile lol
Hahaha love it!!! 😀
You have some of the most adorable patterns. My grandbabies love for me to make them. Thank you so much.
hi i have made nearly all the parts for the bat and I am now making the wings but the edge of the wing is really jagged and isn’t a smooth transition like the one in the images. is there anything that you can suggest to help that
The edge in the photos isn’t smooth either, but working the 7sc into the edge will help smooth it out. If your edge is really jagged, then you may have made a mistake while working on the wing. Either way though, working the single crochet stitches into the edge should help smooth it out.
Really easy-to-read pattern! This is the first amigurumi I’ve done straight through without having to restart or tear out a piece. Excited to give my friend this cute bat for her bday 🙂 Thank you!
Just made it for my son and he loves it!! Super cute and quick-thank you so much for sharing your pattern 🙂