Adorable Crocheted Dinos With Free Patterns

Dinosaurs are a lovely theme to explore in designing amigurumi toys, because they can have many different shapes, sizes and details. There were so many kinds of dinos, that you have a very large range to choose from – be it long-necked Brachiosaurus or short-pawed Tyrannosaurus Rex. Simple amigurumi techniques, such as ragdoll-style dolls are suitable for beginners, because they are worked flat. Other, plump and squishy, can be made in many sizes. You can then use them as keychains, decorations or gift them to your kids or grandkids. Search for links to free patterns under the pictures below.

 

 

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Brian the Brachiosaurus Free Crochet Pattern

Brian is a ragdoll-style doll, which means it’s worked flat, stuffed and sewn on the edges. Add little details to make him more interesting!

 

DESIGNED by Spin a Yarn Crochet
PROJECT TYPE amigurumi

CRAFT crochet
SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Brian the Brachiosaurus Free Crochet Pattern

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Brian the Brachiosaurus

Crocheted Rattle – Baby Dragon Free Pattern

This little dragon, who looks like a dinosaur, is made in parts and then assembled. You can make it into a rattle, as suggested, or leave it as a toy.

 

DESIGNED by Kristi Tullus
PROJECT TYPE amigurumi

CRAFT crochet
SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Crocheted Rattle - Baby Dragon Free Pattern

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Crocheted Rattle – Baby Dragon

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