One of the complaints my mom used to have about costumes for boys when my brother was little is the fact that most of the ones he wanted to go as were made of cheap plastic and were way over priced. She started making costumes for us almost right away and came up with some great ideas. One year, my brother went as a ninja and she made all the parts of his costume. Making your child’s costumes not only allows you to be extra creative, but it is often cheaper and you can usually use things you have at home to accessorize it. Here are 10 free costume patterns for boys to get you started!
10 Free Halloween Costume Patterns for Boys
Make your little guy soar in this awesome Eagle Costume from Kojo Designs complete with wings that fit over their arms so they can flap them!
If you son wants to go as a pirate, he will need a Pirate Shirt. This one comes from Make Baby Stuff and would go with a variety of costumes.
From Make it & Love it comes a perfect costume for boys! Make this Cinderella’s Prince Charming costume! Wouldn’t it be great to dress your little man this way if his sister is going as a princess? Adorable!
May the force be with your little guy in this super simple Yoda Costume from Makezine.
What better costume for Halloween than this awesome Bat Costume from Alpha Mom? It is super simple to make and requires very little work. Great for beginners!
Make this very awesome Buddy from Jim Henson’s Dinosaur Train Costume from PBS. There are several sizes and even a no-sew version! You could change up the colors and make it look different as well.
I love unique costumes and this Bert from Mary Poppins Costume from Make it & Love It is simple amazing!
Check out this cool Viking Costume from I Am Momma Hear Me Roar! I love how creative she gets with her materials to make this unique costume!
Kojo Designs has another cool costume that is simple to make! Make your little guy a Fun Squid this Halloween and I bet no one will have the same idea!
What list of boy’s costume would be complete without a link for a Superhero Cape? This one from Craft Buds is simple to make and durable enough that he can use it in pretend play for years to come!