15 Crochet Fairy Patterns

Fae, faeries, fay, fair folk, fairies – whatever you want to call them – have a diverse background of lore and have been interpreted and portrayed in countless ways.

Whether you’re a lover of all things Tinker Bell or a firm believer in the folklore and fairy tale stories that span centuries, these ethereal crochet fairy patterns are perfect fuel for your obsession.

CROCHET FAIRY PATTERNS

Whether you want to make flower fairies, tooth, or forest fairies, there’s something in here to get you started! And you can also dress these crochet fairies with crochet doll clothes.

You can even crochet a mushroom house to hide all your creations in. These fairies can be used for adventurous outdoor play or kept indoors as whimsical decorations.


1. Tooth Fairy Doll Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

Start a new tradition instead of leaving a child’s tooth under the pillow, put it in this tooth fairy’s little pouch. It makes the tooth fairy’s job so much easier.

Tooth Fairy Doll Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

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2. Free Fairy Crochet Pattern by Amigurumi Today

This beautiful free fairy crochet pattern is sure to lighten your heart! Dressed in bright flower gown and tiny elegant shoes, she looks as though she just stepped out of a magical garden.

A cute flower hair band and yellow fairy hairstyle complete the magical look.

Free Fairy Crochet Pattern by Amigurumi Today

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3. Woodland Leaf Fairy Free Crochet Pattern by Sweet Softies

This Woodland Leaf Fairy is an adorable, little fan that is quick and easy to crochet. This shy faerie lives deep in the woods.

She had long, red hair, a forest green dress, a pair of magical butterfly wings, and two headpiece accessories to choose from – a leaf crown and a flower crown.

This fairy makes a lovely gift for little girls and children who adores mythical, fantasy, and fairytale creatures. Adults with a penchant for folklore will also love this cute and whimsical design.

Woodland Leaf Fairy Free Crochet Pattern by Sweet Softies

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4. Tiny Crochet Fairy Pattern by On A Whim Crochet

How adorable are these little fairies? Change up the hair and clothing colors; and even experiment with skin tones and you’ve got yourself a whole court of fairies!

Tiny Crochet Fairy Pattern by On A Whim Crochet

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5. Felicia, The Fairy Doll Crochet Pattern by Bunnies And Yarn

Felicia, the Fairy Doll is an amigurumi doll who stands about 28cm (11 inches) tall. By switching the colors of your yarn you can make a whole band of fairies using just this one pattern.

Felicia, The Fairy Doll Crochet Pattern by Bunnies And Yarn

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6. Crochet Spring Fairy House Pattern by Crafty Is Cool

Every fairy needs somewhere to rest her sweet head at night so why not crochet one of these fabulous toadstool houses?

Perfect for a springtime display, this little house will welcome tiny magical fairies. You’ll love using simple stitches and fun embellishments to crochet the house, and children will love imagining the secret world inside.

Texture-changing yarn creates the perfect landscape with a variety of green shades. A sweet butterfly rests on top and a tiny door opens and closes. 

Crochet Spring Fairy House Pattern by Crafty Is Cool

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7. Playhouse Fairy Crochet Pattern by Rebecca Page

Transform playtime into a fairytale with this whimsical and delightful crochet fairy playhouse pattern. A lovely set for anyone who believes in magic and a little bit of fairy dust, the Fairy Playhouse is a sweet nature-inspired home for mini fairies.

Playhouse Fairy Crochet Pattern by Rebecca Page

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8. Petunia, The Garden Fairy Crochet Pattern by Yarn Blossom Boutique

Petunia is a garden fairy who has a talent for nurturing flowers. Her favorite past-times are dancing among the daisies and singing gently lullabies to the seedlings.

This, of course, tends to make you very sleepy. So she always makes time for an afternoon nap. Luckily she has a cozy mushroom house that keeps her safe and warm.

This amigurumi fairy pattern includes instructions and photos to make your very own Petunia and her Mushroom House!

Petunia, The Garden Fairy Crochet Pattern by Yarn Blossom Boutique

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9. Fairy & Fairy Garden Crochet Pattern by Heather Gibbs

Set the scene with Enid the fairy! This amigurumi fairy comes with a magical pool (have you spied the adorable lily pad?) as well as a toadstool and pebbles.

Youngsters will love playing make-believe with this charming set… why not add to it by crocheting an accompanying magic wand?

Fairy & Fairy Garden Crochet Pattern by Heather Gibbs

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10. Crochet Fairy Applique Pattern by Fancy Infancy Crochet

Need a cute fairy? Isn’t she just so special with her pink wings and outfit? An adorable fairy appliqué to add to your princess or existing fairy collection. Because everyone knows you just can’t have too many fairies!

Crochet Fairy Applique Pattern by Fancy Infancy Crochet

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11. Ella, The Little Fairy Crochet Pattern by Sleepy Sheep Patterns

Ella the little fairy doll is crocheted from the bottom of her feet to the top of her head as one piece, even the arms are joined to the body.

You will need to know basic to intermediate crochet and amigurumi skills. Ella is about 5.5″ from her feet to the top of her head if you follow the same yarn weight and hook size.

Ella, The Little Fairy Crochet Pattern by Sleepy Sheep Patterns

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12. Summer Flower Fairy Crochet Pattern by Sylemn

This Summer Flower Fairy is an adorable, little pixie that is quick and easy to crochet. This sweet fae wears her hair up in a bun, has a cute dress with lace frills, and a set of pretty wings.

She makes a lovely gift for little girls or children who adore mythical, fantasy, and fairytale creatures with a touch of magic! 

Summer Flower Fairy Crochet Pattern by Sylemn

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13. Ella, The Lovey And Amigurumi Fairy Crochet Pattern by One And Two Company

This sweet security blanket will help your baby to have sweet dreams. It will be an inseparable friend. Make it for boy and girl. And when your little one grows, you can make a fun amigurumi.

Ella, the Amigurumi Fairy is the perfect friend for your child, sweet and charming. It’s also a fantastic gift for a nursery or even do it for you!

Ella, The Fairy Lovey And Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by One And Two Company

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14. Christmas Fairy Crochet Pattern by Sarah Jane Hicks

Calling all avid toymakers, you’ll absolutely love this fun pattern. Cute and quirky, Janine the fairy is bound to be an instant hit with the kids this Yuletide – who will you be crafting for?

It’s great for crocheters who’ve practised their basic amigurumi technique and are now ready to try a few more stitches and colour changes.

Christmas Fairy Crochet Pattern by Sarah Jane Hicks

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15. Flying Fairies Crochet Pattern by Amour Fou Crochet

You can crochet countless fairy dolls with this pattern, just change the colours and hair and you can create a whole fairy tribe, that will spread magic and fairy dust across your home.

If crocheted with a 3.00 mm hook, your finished fairy should measure more or less 30 cm.

Flying Fairies Crochet Pattern by Amour Fou Crochet

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THESE CROCHET FAIRY PATTERNS CAN BE GREAT GIFT OPTIONS FOR A FANTASY-LOVING COMPANION.

We can’t wait to see your creativity and all the different colors you folks come up with. When you complete one, please post it on our Facebook Page. We love seeing your work!

Have you been looking for the best mythical creature crochet patterns? We also have a round-up for PhoenixUnicorns, and Dragons. You’ve come to the right place because we have plenty!

With all these gorgeous crochet fairy patterns, there’s sure to be at least one or two that tickle your fancy!