40 Crochet Pokémon Patterns

As the Pokémon Go craze sweeps the world recently, we thought you’d like a few crochet Pokémon patterns you can make for any fans in your family, or just for yourself.

Making Pokémon inspired gifts would be another great suggestion and idea to please you, your kids, and your friends!

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With this page, 40 Crochet Pokémon Patterns, we’re celebrating these little monsters we all know and love.

We have a couple of versions of beloved Pikachu, along with the most adorable crochet Pokémon patterns for Eevee, Snorlax, Jigglypuff, Charizard, Bulbasaur, Charmander, and many more. There’s even an Amigurumi Ash Ketchum!

Check this out right now because, as you know, you’ve gotta catch them all!


1. Crochet Pokémon Balls Pattern by LHC Patterns

This Pattern will help you create your very own unique nine Pokémon balls. This includes 23 pages long instructions and contains many detailed step-by-step photographs along with full pattern instructions.

These cute Pokémon balls are perfect for anyone in the house, these are ideal for the Pokémon lovers in your life.

Crochet Pokemon Balls Pattern by LHC Patterns

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2. Pikachu Amigurumi Pattern by Goozell Toys

Pikachu – the most popular of all Pokémon. Amigurumi Pikachu will be the best gift for Pokémon fans. It is very soft and pleasant to the touch!

You can crochet this toy from any yarn, only you will need to choose the size of eyes, nose, and hook.

Pikachu Amigurumi Pattern by Goozell Toys

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3. Crochet Bulbasaur Pattern by Left Handed Crocheter

Whip up a couple of crocheted Bulbasaurs, and they’re sure to be a hit. Made with worsted weight yarn, this finished doll measures approximately 5 and a half inches tall.

Crochet Bulbasaur Pattern by Left Handed Crocheter

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4. Charmander Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Aradiya Toys

This crochet pattern contains a detailed description of how to create Charmander, with a great number of step-by-step photos and a list of necessary materials.

This pattern is available in English, German, French, Spanish, and Russian.

Charmander Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Aradiya Toys

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5. Snorlax Crochet Pattern by Shea Crochetxx

If you’re looking for something special to give as a birthday present why not surprise your loved ones with a handmade gift?

You can crochet your own cute Snorlax! This is your chance to catch them all! Kids will love it!

Snorlax Crochet Pattern by Shea Crochetxx

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6. Eevee Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Ami Amour

Here’s a pattern for chibi Eevee amigurumi that’s so foxy and cute! What’s unique about the design of Eevee Amigurumi is that she has the ability to both sit or stand!

She can sit on her behind or stand on all fours. You can also crochet a Pokeball Pod for her as well!

Eevee Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Ami Amour

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7. Crochet Magikarp Pattern by Crochetnanigans

This is a quick pattern that worked in rounds for the body and rows for the tail. Another cute idea to gift to your Pokémon lover friends!

Crochet Magikarp Pattern by Crochetnanigans

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8. Psyduck Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Loopy Catherine

This Psyduck amigurumi doll from the original Pokémon series is approximately 11.5 cm tall from the top of the head to the bottom of the body.

He has a flat bill and also has tufts of black hair at the top of his head. Isn’t he cute?

Psyduck Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Loopy Catherine

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9. Pokémon Charizard Amigurumi Pattern by Outlaw Heart Creations

Get ready to snuggle with your very own adorable Charizard! This little kawaii creation is of medium difficulty but easy enough to whip up for even a beginning crochet master!

Best of all, he’s absolutely beyond adorable and makes the perfect present for the Pokémon fanatic in your life (even if that’s you!)

Pokemon Charizard Amigurumi Pattern by Outlaw Heart Creations

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10. Mew Crochet Pattern by 1 Up Crochet

To make this amigurumi, you should be familiar with how to crochet in the round and basic crochet stitches. T

his finished amigurumi should measure approximately 8.5 inches tall.

Your final size may vary, depending on yarn type and personal yarn tension.

Mew Crochet Pattern by 1 Up Crochet

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11. Mini Pokémon Crochet Patterns by Two Hearts Crochet

This pattern is for these four Pokémon characters: Pikachu, Squirtle, Charmander, and Bulbasaur.

If you are stuck deciding on which character you should start working on, these adorable little critters won’t make you choose!

Mini Pokemon Crochet Patterns by Two Hearts Crochet

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12. Vulpix Crochet Pattern by Palefox Crafts

This crochet pattern includes step-by-step instructions, many tips and photos illustrating the process.

However, the cape and shawl are not included in this pattern, but you can freehand them to add style to your Vulpix twins.

Vulpix Crochet Pattern by Palefox Crafts

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13. Raichu Crochet Pattern by Nerdy Knitter Designs

This is another plush toy your kids will surely love. You should have general knowledge in Amigurumi, know how to crochet in the round and in rows, and how to assemble parts together.

Raichu Crochet Pattern by Nerdy Knitter Designs

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14. Mini Pokémon Amigurumi Pattern by Datpilz

This is a crochet pattern for making Mini Squirtle, Wartortle and Blastoise, known from the Pokémon universe.

This guide contains step-by-step instructions on how to crochet your own first-generation Mini Pokémon, as well as explanations and pictures of the basic steps in crocheting.

You can also make great keychains of these little Pokémon characters!

Mini Pokemon Amigurumi Pattern by Datpilz

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15. Oddish Crochet Pattern by Knot Bad

Here’s a pattern for a Sprouting Oddish. With the plant pot, he/she can be added to any household as an adorable decorative piece hidden as plant, but surprise guests when Oddish sprouts!

Oddish Crochet Pattern by Knot Bad

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16. Poliwag Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by Grachilleando y Punto

This is Poliwag, a cute little water Pokémon. You need to know single crochet, half double crochet, magic ring, increase and decrease to finish this amigurumi doll.

The finished Poliwag is about 7 cms. tall, just enough to hold him on your palm.

Poliwag Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by Grachilleando y Punto

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17. Alakazam Crochet Pattern by The Quaint Cuddlefish

This crochet pattern will teach you how to make an Alakazam plush.

The finished plush is a whoping 55 cm tall. He is great for cuddling!

It is recommended that you have worked with amigurumi or stuffed animal patterns before attempting Alakazam.

Alakazam Crochet Pattern by The Quaint Cuddlefish

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18. Pokémon Blanket Pattern by Stephy W 2001

Brightly colored afghan of your favorite original Pokémon characters.

3O colors are used to make this blanket but you can have the fun of counting if you like!

Because of the acrylic yarn that is used, this pokemon blanket is large, warm and comfortable!

Pokemon Afghan Pattern by Stephy W 2001

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19. Clefairy Crochet Pattern by May Goh

This crochet Clefairy is made with DK weight yarn and my usual 4.00 size hook.

The plush works up to be 18cm (7 inches) tall and 21cm (about 8 1/2 inches) arm span! If you want to make your own Clefairy Pokémon, this is your chance!

Clefairy Crochet Pattern by May Goh

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20. Pokémon Bellossom Amigurumi Pattern by Strings Away

Bellossom is full of spring cheer, flowers, and happiness. Crochet this pretty lady if you think you have a good enough green thumb.

She’s ready to add some positive happiness and cheer to your Pokémon plush line up!

Pokemon Bellossom Amigurumi Pattern by Strings Away

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21. Caterpie Crochet Pattern by LHC Patterns

This pattern is 13 pages long and contains many detailed step-by-step photographs along with full pattern instructions.

Caterpie has a voracious appetite. It can devour leaves bigger than its body right before your eyes!

Squirtle Crochet Pattern by Aradiya Toys

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22. Squirtle Crochet Pattern by Aradiya Toys

Lovely Squirtle Toy for your favorite little Pokémon Trainer or maybe even yourself — these days everyone just loves Pokémons.

This pattern will no doubt will make your friends and family super happy, because nothing could be better than catching Pokémons with this lovely Squirtle

Squirtle Crochet Pattern by Aradiya Toys

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23. Lapras Crochet Pattern by Shea Crochetxx

This is a 13-page pattern to help you create your own Lapras! It contains step-by-step pattern instructions, as well as numerous photos to help you with sewing and details.

This pattern uses basic shaping techniques with increase and decrease stitches.

Lapras Crochet Pattern by Shea Crochetxx

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24. Jigglypuff Crochet Pattern by Linda Potts

This crochet pattern is made for beginners as well as for advanced crochet lovers.

It gives you a step by step instruction with every stitch written down for you.

This pattern quite simple, but you need to know basic crochet. If you are already familiar with the amigurumi pattern, it will be easier.

Jigglypuff Crochet Pattern by Linda Potts

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25. Meowth Amigurumi Pattern by Cathrine Johansson

This Meowth Amigurumi is approximately 12cm tall, and 7cm in width, and approximately 9cm from front to back including the tail. You may use this pattern for personal use, as gifts or for charity.

Meowth Amigurumi Pattern by Cathrine Johansson

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26. Cubone Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by 1 Up Crochet

Cubone pines for the mother it will never see again. Seeing a likeness of its mother in the full moon, it cries.

Cubone is a lonely Pokémon, but you won’t be lonely making him!

Cubone Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by 1 Up Crochet

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27. Crochet Ninetails Pattern by Secretly Gnoming Productions

These Ninetails can be made larger or smaller by using different sized yarns or hooks.

In creating this Pokémon character, add some tufts of hair to the top of the head and the chest by tying some cut bits of yarn to the body and head and brushing them out with a wire brush.

Crochet Ninetails Pattern by Secretly Gnoming Productions

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28. Machamp Pokémon Crochet Pattern by Amiguruku

This crochet pattern contains a detailed description of how to create Machamp in the Pokémon series, with a great number of step-by-step photos and a list of necessary materials.

This crochet toy is made with acrylic yarn or milk cotton but you can use any type of yarn you desire.

Machamp Pokemon Crochet Pattern by Amiguruku

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29. Glaceon Pokémon Crochet Pattern by Nerdy Knitter Designs

This is a very easy to follow pattern that the layout is set up for easy reading and has picture instructions on assembly. Another adorable pattern to practice your crochet skills.

Glaceon Pokemon Crochet Pattern by Nerdy Knitter Designs

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30. Scorbunny Pokémon Crochet Pattern by Plush And Stuff Designs

Scorbunny amigurumi pattern, the sweetest fire bunny who loves to run and can start small fires from underneath its feet.

You should have general knowledge in Amigurumi, know how to crochet in the round and in rows, and how to assemble parts together.

Scorbunny Pokemon Crochet Pattern by Plush And Stuff Designs

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31. Umbreon Crochet Pattern by Wolf Dreamer Off The Hook

This cute toy can be an excellent gift. You can make them for yourself, for kids, family and your friends. They will be amazed to receive these replicas inspired by the popular game.

Umbreon Crochet Pattern by Wolf Dreamer Off The Hook

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32. Bellsprout Pokémon Crochet Pattern by Gnarlea

Bellsprout is a quick small project and a beginner-friendly pattern. It stands on its own and fuss-free plant that won’t die on you. You can also opt to use a clay pot as his home.

Bellsprout Pokemon Crochet Pattern by Gnarlea

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33. Mudkip Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by Teaberry Intrigue

They’re probably some of the weirdest Pokémon out there, but there is something about this huge mindless grin that will attract you to them.

He’s cuddly and perfect as a gift.

Mudkip Crochet Amigurumi Pattern by Teaberry Intrigue

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34. Crochet Tangela Pokémon Pattern by Hey Hey Crochet

All elements were crocheted using a 3.5mm hook and DK yarn to create a Pokémon approximately 20cm high.

You’ll need black, red and denim blue yarn plus white and black fibers for needle-felting, but you could equally crochet some simple white circles with a small black center if you prefer.

Crochet Tangela Pokemon Pattern by Hey Hey Crochet

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35. Lickitung Pokémon Crochet Pattern by Pokemon Challenge

To make this doll toy, you will have a good understanding of crocheting amigurumi. De doll parts are made in spiral rounds.

This Lickitung Pokémon will be about 15 cm (6 inches) high and 12 cm (5 inches) wide, a great gift for any Pokémon lover!

Lickitung Pokemon Crochet Pattern by Pokemon Challenge

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36. Flareon Crochet Pattern by Nerdy Knitter Designs

Flareon is one of the cutest Pokémon of the Eeveelution.

This is an intermediate pattern that requires you to have knowledge in Amigurumi, know how to crochet in the round and in rows, and how to assemble parts together.

Flareon Crochet Pattern by Nerdy Knitter Designs

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37. Vaporeon Amigurumi Pattern by 1 Up Crochet

While creating this amigurumi you will work in continuous rounds, unless told otherwise.

Your finished amigurumi should measure about 9 inches tall, depending on yarn type and tension.

You would also like to look at reference pictures of the character you are creating to help you in assembling the pieces and making the facial features.

Vaporeon Amigurumi Pattern by 1 Up Crochet

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38. Eevee Crochet Pattern by Shea Crochetxx

Eevee – its ability to evolve into many forms allows it to adapt smoothly & perfectly to any environment.

This is a 12-page pattern to help you create your own Eevee! It contains step-by-step pattern instructions, as well as numerous photos to help you with sewing and details.

Eevee Crochet Pattern by Shea Crochetxx

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39. Ash Ketchum Crochet Pattern With Mini Pikachu & Pokeball by Amiguruku

This crochet pattern contains a detailed description of how to create Ash Ketchum, Mini Pikachu, and a Pokeball, with a great number of step-by-step photos and a list of necessary materials.

If you or your child is a fan of Pokémon then you’ll love creating Ash, the pokemon hero who has inspired thousands if not millions of kids (and adults)!

Ash Ketchum Crochet Pattern With Mini Pikachu & Pokeball by Amiguruku

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40. Gyarados Pokémon Crochet Pattern by Pokemon Challenge

This Gyarados is a great gift for any Pokémon lover! Gyarados will be about 30 cm (12 inches) high and 30 cm (12 inches) long. No one can resist the awesome power of Gyarados!

Gyarados Pokemon Crochet Pattern by Pokemon Challenge

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What Crochet Pokemon Pattern are you going to catch first?

If you can’t stop playing Pokemon Go, watching old episodes, memorizing all the creatures, these 40 Crochet Pokémon Patterns are a must-try!

Give your crochet art a new way to brighten up your inner abilities by giving shape to these beautiful and cute Crochet Pokémon Patterns.

If you have some crocheting skills or want to practice a bit you can mix the trending game with an afternoon of crafting!

For more adorable toy patterns, be sure to also check out our posts for Crochet Dinosaurs, Crochet Cats, Crochet Dog, and many more!

These Crochet Pokémon Patterns ideas will hone your skills and your fandom! Get creative now!