Fall might not be quite in the air just yet, but the tricksters are definitely starting to get into the fall atmosphere. I’m craving to knit a big snug sweater (and some pumpkins!) and I’ve been looking for cute knitting patterns that feature jack-o’-lanterns. Here are some of what I found: Bernat’s “Very Scary” Pullover features a Jack O’Fantern face on the front and is sized for kids ages 2-8. This is a free pattern on the Yarnspirations website. This small Halloween hat from Wiam’s Crafts offers options with jack o’lanterns and ghosts. The top of the hat looks like a spider web too. This free pattern is suitable for toddlers and larger children. Rosemary Davis’ Jack-o-lantern socks (available at Ravelry) are basically regular socks with a jack-o’-lantern pattern below the cuff and a cute contrasting heel and toe (which is optional, of course!) These cute little pouches from Dolly Time on Etsy are great for holding a little From gifts for Halloween party or if you don’t have a lot of trick-or-treat. Decoration options include pumpkin, witch, cat, and owl. Jack o’lantern dish towels are a classic and fun knitting project that requires only knowledge of knitting and rings. This version from Daisy and Storm is a great square to use as a rag or in an afghan. You can get it from Etsy. Add the Jack O’lantern Double Knitted Pot Stand from Shelley Winiger and you’ve got a complete holiday kit for your kitchen. This one is a free download from Ravelry. (Speaking of free Ravelry downloads, check out My Coffee Cup for Halloween.) If you’ve got a little kid to knit with, these Jack O’Lantern long sleeves are great and not too hard to knit. Designer Alison McAllister offers many different faces that the back of a pant can wear so you can define your own pumpkin expression. Download from Ravelry.