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Realistic Crochet Pokemon Amigurumi Patterns for True Fans

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Pokemon is not just an anime, it’s a childhood! If you want to revive your childhood memories, these toy patterns are for you. Here are some fun ideas for your first handmade crochet Pokemon. Such projects are good both as a DIY for beginners and as an interesting relaxing piece for enthusiasts. Either way, you won’t regret it for a second. Learn to crochet a pokemon today with these free amigurumi patterns!

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1. Pumpkin Slowpoke

  • Designed by Tsui-Sie Baker-Wong

Slowpoke is one of the silliest Pokemons ever! They only became smart when they were bitten by a mollusk. This one is still dumb: he is wearing a pumpkin and looks just adorable. If you’re looking for a tiny pocket companion, there’s nothing better than a cute pokemon! The tutorial will help you make it. The pattern is best suited for advanced beginners.

A close up of a stuffed animal.

PHOTOS by Tsui-Sie Baker-Wong / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

2. Oddish Pokémon

  • Designed by BeckySaurusRebs

Oddish was one of the first pokemons Ash found in the original series. It’s a cute creature that looks so even for those who have seen the anime. The toy is about 7 cm tall without leaves, so it’s quite small, and you can use it as a bag or shopper decoration. The project is suitable for all crocheters who know at least some basic stitches.

Two pictures of a crocheted pokemon toy in the grass.

PHOTOS by BeckySaurusRebs / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

3. Amigurumi Pikachu

  • Designed by Vui Vui

Learn how to crochet a Pikachu, one of the main characters of the popular anime! This fun crochet doll is a great choice for intermediate crocheters who want to improve their skills and master what they already know. The Pokemon pattern includes written instructions and three video tutorials for visual crocheters. Be sure to give it a try!

Two pictures of a crocheted pikachu amigurumi.

PHOTOS by Vui Vui / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on amisaigon.vn, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Snom (Pokemon)

  • Designed by ina Mogryna Art

A great pokemon to practice the basics of crocheting! The Snom toy will help you master the magic ring, increases and decreases. You will also use single crochet and work in front loops only. The project requires that you already know these techniques, so it is best suited for advanced beginners. The piece is worked in continuous spirals.

Two pictures of a knitted hedgehog.

PHOTOS by Mogryna Art / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on rinamogrynaart.wordpress.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

5. #094 Gengar (Pokémon)

  • Designed by Isabella Ferro

One of the creepiest Pokemons. This fun Amugurumi Trickster can easily become your companion – this Pokemon is easy to make. Plus, its size allows you to use it as an accessory and carry it around with you. Having such a creature in your pocket will show that you’re a true fan of the series and may even help you make new friends.

Two crochet Pokemon amigurumi toys in purple.

PHOTOS by Isabella Ferro / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

6. Amigurumi Snorlax

  • Designed by Katrine Nielsen

Lazy and sleepy, this Pokemon will make a nice gift for people who like to take a nap no matter what. Despite the enormous size of the original, this Snorlax is rather tiny – only 15 cm if you stick to the recommended materials. However, you can change the size if you feel your skills allow it. Keep in mind that the type of yarn you use will also affect the size.

A crochet Pokemon amigurumi.

PHOTOS by Katrine Nielsen / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram, or read more about it on Ravelry.

7. Mega Charizard Y

  • Designed by Ana Amélia (Miahandcrafter)

Charizard is an advanced version of Charmander, one of the Starter Pokemons. This toy is very detailed and will be great not only for kids who love the series, but also for collectors. The pattern is interesting to work with and not too complicated. It will suit those who know the basics and want to move on to more interesting projects.

Two pictures of a crochet Pokemon dragon, showcasing the intricate amigurumi craftsmanship.

PHOTOS by Miahandcrafter / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on miahandcrafter.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

8. 001 Bulbasaur

  • Designed by The Left-Handed Crocheter

Bulbasaur, one of the three starter Pokemons, is where most Pokemon masters start. With this pattern, you can crochet your very own Bulbasaur, just like in your favorite episodes. Plus, the pattern comes with an additional tutorial for the Pokeball, so don’t miss out on this opportunity. The toy is completely safe for even the youngest.

Crochet Pokemon amigurumi crochet pattern.

PHOTOS by The Left-Handed Crocheter / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on lefthandedcrocheter.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

9. #778 Mimikyu

  • Designed by May Goh

Another great Pokemon design for fans of the anime. The Mimikyu pattern is easy to work with and will be interesting not only for those who love Pokemon, but also for the crocheters who want to improve their skills with toys. All the details are attached to the body at the end, so there’s no problem with sewing.

Two pictures of a crocheted Pikachu, a cute Amigurumi creation.

PHOTOS by May Goh / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on crochetemall.blogspot.com.au, or read more about it on Ravelry.

10. Giant Pokeball

  • Designed by Nikki Twedell – Gnarlea

This pokeball crochet toy will be great for playing with children. If you want to play ball with your little one but don’t want them to hit the ball, you can use a stuffed animal. This giant pokeball design will be just fine. It also makes a nice piece of decor and can be used as a decorative pillow, so don’t miss out on this free pattern!

A crocheted pillow with a pokeball design.

PHOTOS by Nikki Twedell – Gnarlea / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on gnarlea.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

11. Charizard

  • Designed by Ana Amélia (Miahandcrafter)

Another great Charizard Pokemon toy, but in a different color palette. This one is really scary. If you’re a fan of the Fire Pokemons and don’t mind the idea of realistic toys, this crochet pattern is good for you. It’s no more complicated than the original version, so you can choose which colors you like more and choose the pattern accordingly. 

A crocheted amigurumi of a Pokemon dragon.

PHOTOS by Ana Amélia (Miahandcrafter) / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on miahandcrafter.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

12. Piplup Pokemon

  • Designed by Ana Amélia (Miahandcrafter)

A cute crochet Pokemon for those who like the anime but prefer their decorations not to be excessive. This pattern will show you how to make a tiny pocket Pokemon to decorate your keychain or bag. It’s a really easy project, and you can even make it from scraps if you have some. Either way, it’s sure to be some fun, so don’t pass it up!

Hand holding a small crocheted Pokemon Amigurumi against an orange background.

PHOTOS by Ana Amélia (Miahandcrafter) / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on miahandcrafter.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

13. Pikachu Pokemon Keychain

  • Designed by Olga Burkovtseva

Make your very own cute Pokemon keychain with this crochet pattern! Whether you’re a fan of the Pokemon series or just love whimsical accessories, this pattern is perfect for adding a fun touch to your keys or bag. It’s a simple and enjoyable project that’s sure to bring a smile to your face. Plus, it’s great for beginners, don’t miss it!

a person holding in hand a crochet Pikachu keychain

PHOTOS by Olga Burkovtseva / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on ribblr.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

14. Togedemaru (Pokemon)

  • Designed by Rina Mogryna Art

This fun and effortless project is perfect for Pokemon fans and anyone who appreciates handmade accessories. With this pattern, you can take Pokemon with you wherever you go and add a touch of playfulness to your everyday essentials. It’s also a great way to show off your interests, so give it a try!

Togedemaru Pokemon crochet amigurumi placed on a wooden floor

PHOTOS by Rina Mogryna Art / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on rinamogrynaart.wordpress.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

15. Round Plush Snorlax

  • Designed by Janet Carrillo

This tiny crocheted snorlax is a great companion for anyone who loves to take a spontaneous nap. It’s easy to make because of the clear pattern, and you can finish it quickly, even if you’re a beginner. The piece is crocheted in the round using the amigurumi technique. Save the pattern for later!

a crochet Snorlax Pokemon amigurumi laid on a white table

PHOTOS by Janet Carrillo / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on damnitjanetletscrochet.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

16. Pokemon – Ditto Mini Plush

  • Designed by Angie Yi

If you’re a fan of Ash and his friends, you’ll love creating a mini plush inspired by everyone’s favorite shapeshifter. This pattern allows you to create a miniature version of a well-known Pokemon with no stress. It’s a fun and easy project that’s sure to delight any Pokemon enthusiast, so give it a try!

a crochet amigurumi portraying Ditto Pokemon

PHOTOS by Angie Yi / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

17. Diglett Pokemon Amigurumi

  • Designed by Cathrine Johansson

A unique and charming crocheted Diglett Pokemon. If you want to add to your Pokemon collection, create a lifelike representation of this iconic Pokemon character. With its distinctive design and small size, this amigurumi project promises to be great to display anywhere. This Pokemon pattern is free.

a person holding Diglett Pokemon amigurumi

PHOTOS by Cathrine Johansson / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on loopycathrine.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

18. Mimikyu

  • Designed by Jennifer Smith

Another version of Mimikyu Pokemon perfect for fans of all ages. Whether you’re an experienced crafter or just starting out, this is a fun and rewarding project. Embrace the nostalgia and charm of crocheting your favorite characters. The amigurumi pattern is free and easy to follow.

crochet Mimikyu Pokemon amigurumi

Photos by Jennifer Smith / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

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