27 Crochet Cactus Patterns

These 27 Crochet Cactus Patterns are enough to make you swoon without getting prickly!

Crochet cacti and succulents are the latest trends. Whether you’re a plant lady waiting to happen, or just have a deep love of all things cactus.

Each of these crochet cactus patterns is different from one another. Have fun playing with different techniques, yarns, stitches, and styles to create the houseplant that’s perfect for you.

After all, who wouldn’t want to have their own cuddly cactus that you absolutely never have to water? 

27 Crochet Cactus Patterns


1. Amigurumi Cacti Pattern by Swedish Crocheting

This little potted cacti makes for a lovely decoration that can liven up any place, and makes for the perfect gift! Each cactus is worked in green yarn, planted in brown cotton “soil”, and then placed in a small pot.

Amigurumi Cacti Pattern by Swedish Crocheting

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2. Crochet Cactus Coasters Pattern by Sewrella

These cactus coasters are perfect for any home! They are a lot of fun to make as they work up rather quickly – you could easily make a set in an afternoon.

These make a great housewarming or hostess gift! The crochet pattern is easy to follow and they’re even cuter stored in the little potholder.

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Crochet Cactus Coasters Pattern by Sewrella

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3. Crochet Cactus In The Facepot Pattern by Big Bebez

The pattern includes six pots of animal faces and six cactus shapes. They sit adorably on your windowsill or make an unexpected housewarming gift that’s accompanied by your very best wishes. Where will you display these friendly little guys?

Crochet Cactus In The Facepot Pattern by Big Bebez

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4. Crochet Rattle Cactus Pattern by KNUFL

This adorable cactus rattle is your little one’s new best friend! This baby toy is the ideal size for baby to grasp onto and the gentle rattle sound is stimulating for your baby. Be sure to use super fine yarn to make it suitable for babies.

Crochet Rattle Cactus Pattern by KNUFL

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5. Crochet Cactus Earrings Pattern by Whistle And Ivy

These darling crochet cactus earrings make a quick gift or a fun evening crochet project. The whimsical design makes them fun for summer barbecues or a day spent at the farmer’s market.

These crochet earrings are made using embroidery floss, so the color options are endless. 

Crochet Cactus Earrings Pattern by Whistle And Ivy

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6. Cactus Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern by Owl B Hooked

A very easy pattern to read and this blanket works up fast! A subtle cacti design with no need for several color changes or ends to weave in.

Or add all the color your heart desires! Simple, modern and gender-neutral, it makes for a special newborn baby or 1st birthday gift.

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Cactus Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern by Owl B Hooked

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7. Cactus Pet House Crochet Pattern by Foxalope Fiber Co

Create your own cute and cuddly crochet mini/mega cactus pet cave for both small and medium pets. Crocheted with an extra tight gauge to be comfortable as bedding, yet able to retain its shape under a small pet’s weight. Amigurumi style to maximize adorableness.

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Cactus Pet House Crochet Pattern by Foxalope Fiber Co

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8. Crochet Cactus Hat Pattern by Repeat Crafter Me

Finally, a cactus you can wear on your head! Add a dash of summer warmth to your wardrobe with this fun and quirky crochet pattern. Make one for your newborn, baby, toddler and for yourself!

Crochet Cactus Hat Pattern by Repeat Crafter Me

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9. Crochet Cactus Pillow Pattern by A Crafty Concept

These pretty crochet cactus pillows are very easy to make, perfect for your desert chic decor! Try playing with different hooks and yarn weights to get different sized pillows. These cactus pillows will add new life and brighten up your space.

Crochet Cactus Pillow Pattern by A Crafty Concept

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10. Crochet Cactus Potholders Pattern by Moogly

These Crochet Cactus Potholders are a set – there’s a tall cactus and a ball cactus, both kitchen ready. But they aren’t limited to being just potholders! The tall cactus also would make a great oven mitt if you sew two of them together. And the Ball Cactus would be super cute under a real flower pot! However you use them, they are sure to brighten up your table.

Crochet Cactus Potholders Pattern by Moogly

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11. Big Cactus Amigurumi Doll Crochet Pattern by Elisa’s Crochet

Who says you can’t make a cactus cuddly? This cute and soft cactus amigurumi is perfect for hugs because he has no sharp points! Set your cactus on a shelf as home decor or tuck it in bed with the little ones. I promise this cactus is ouch-free.

Big Cactus Amigurumi Doll Crochet Pattern by Elisa's Crochet

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12. Cactus Scarf Crochet Pattern by Hello Happy

Make an adorable, flowering cactus scarf with this crochet pattern! Not even you can kill this plant. You need to have a basic knowledge of crochet stitches to finish this project. You can customize this scarf however you’d like.

Cactus Scarf Crochet Pattern by Hello Happy

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13. Crochet Cactus Applique Pattern by Fancy Infancy Crochet

This adorable cactus applique can be used in so many ways. Make some for a garland, a wall hanging, a bag applique, clothes applique, or a gift topper. Everything that comes to mind!

This is also a great little take-along project to keep in your bag. You just never know when you’ll have extra minutes to whip up this cute little cactus.

Crochet Cactus Applique Pattern by Fancy Infancy Crochet

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14. Crochet Cactus Garden Pattern by Artefacts Crochet Design

This is a fun project that includes patterns for 5 different cactus/succulent plants as well as the soil and the pot. You can follow the pattern as it is, or you can make up the plants individually and glue them into plastic or terracotta pots instead.

Crochet Cactus Garden Pattern by Artefacts Crochet Design

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15. Crochet Cactus Mittens Pattern by Orange Door Gifts & More

These mittens are thick and warm! You can use any DK weight wool yarn. The pattern is written so that you could adjust the sizing for a custom fit.

Look sharp as you signal your love of our spiny friends by wearing a cactus mittens. After all, who doesn’t want to have cactus hands all winter long? 

Crochet Cactus Mittens Pattern by Orange Door Gifts & More

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16. Corner To Corner Crochet Cactus Blanket by Yarnspirations

Craft this super-bulky blanket that’s worked from corner to corner featuring a fun cactus motif. Stitch using double crochet blocks and reverse single crochet to bring this original to life. Appliqued flowers add fun dimension, and a color-coordinated border brings it all together.

Corner To Corner Crochet Cactus Blanket by Yarnspirations

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17. Crochet Cactus Pincushion Pattern by Whistle And Ivy

This cute and easy crochet cactus pincushion is a delightful addition to your craft room! Make this project easily in just an afternoon. Your finished crochet cactus pincushion will be a fun and whimsical place to store your pins for all your future crochet, sewing and crafting needs.

Crochet Cactus Pincushion Pattern by Whistle And Ivy

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18. Cactus Pen And Pencil Cozy Pattern by Yazmina Nieblas

This Cactus Pen and Pencil Cozy will make your pen or pencil be unique and fun, even make you love to write more than before. Since they are easy and quick to make and cost almost no yarn, they are great for a classroom reward or party favor.

Cactus Pen And Pencil Cozy Pattern by Yazmina Nieblas

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19. Crochet Cactus Rug Pattern by Irarott Patterns

If you’re looking for a crochet pattern that’s easy to make and is unique, too, then this crochet cactus rug will be your cup of tea. Despite its name, this cactus rug is anything but prickly. You’ll love making this for the parents-to-be in your life, and they’ll enjoy the cute design.

Crochet Cactus Rug Pattern by Irarott Patterns

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20. Cactus Ornament Crochet Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

This cute crochet ornament brings boho desert flair and a southwest moaner touch to your home decor. This festive cactus ornament makes an adorable addition to your tree or as the perfect addition to wrapped gifts during the holiday season.

Cactus Ornament Crochet Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

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21. Crochet Cactus Wall Hanging Pattern by Thores By Cottage

Take a dip into the world of tapestry crochet with this gorgeous wall hanging. The particular pattern is great for a beginner. This only uses 3 colors on the panel and so won’t get too tangled up. This crochet cactus wall hanging is sure to add an instant desert feel to any room!

Crochet Cactus Wall Hanging Pattern by Thores By Cotttage

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22. Crochet Cactus Amigurumi Pattern by Super Cute Design Shop

This is a pattern for 3 cactus friends with a crochet pot. These cactuses look super cute as decoration! And the best thing is that they don’t need any water and the pot will never break!

Crochet Cactus Amigurumi Pattern by Super Cute Design Shop

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23. Crochet Cacti Pillows by Yarnspirations

These adorable crochet cacti pillows are created using alternating rows of double crochet and double crochet front post to create the cacti’s ridged look.

Whether you prop it in the corner or toss it on the bed, these fun cacti pillows are sure to add a bit of southwestern flair to your decor. No gardening expertise needed!

Crochet Cacti Pillows by Yarnspirations

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24. Carl The Cactus Amigurumi Pattern by Yarn Blossom Boutique

This pattern includes instructions to make the cutest little cactus named Carl and his sombrero hat. Carl is so much fun to make, plus you can customize it with its own personality. Add eyes and/or a variety of mustaches which are included in the pattern

Carl The Cactus Amigurumi Pattern by Yarn Blossom Boutique

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25. Crochet Cactus Scrubby Pattern by Bethany Dearden

The pattern for this crochet cactus scrubby is very simple and easy to make. You will love having a darling cactus by your sink. It would make a lovely housewarming or Mother’s Day gift, or for you to keep for yourself.

When not in use, this cactus scrubby can sit in a little clay pot to dry out and look absolutely adorable at the same time!

Crochet Cactus Scrubby Pattern by Bethany Dearden

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26. Crochet Cactus Keychain Pattern by Repeat Crafter Me

The cactus pattern is worked flat in rows. The terracotta pot is made the same way, so once you’ve gotten the hang of it, you’ll be zooming through the pattern. Don’t forget to add a keyring to the top of your pattern so you can attach it to your bag or keys and carry it anywhere. 

Crochet Cactus Keychain Pattern by Repeat Crafter Me

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27. Crochet Cactus Tote Pattern by Yarnspirations

Hit the town looking sharp with this fun crochet tote bag. Perfect for carrying your essentials, this tapestry crochet tote is adorned with pompoms and fringe, plus a cheerful cactus motif.

The pattern keeps you smiling as you practice tapestry crochet, color chart work, embroidery, pompoms, and fringe.

Crochet Cactus Tote Pattern by Yarnspirations

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I hope you liked these patterns and are able to make your very own cute crochet cactus.

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These crochet cactus patterns are so fun to make you’ll be making them for all of your gal pals and you’d be like a cactus garden!