10 Easy and Fun Crochet Moose Patterns

You’re probably tired of the usual crochet animals everyone usually does, so why not try something different like these crochet moose patterns? Just like the other animal patterns, they are easy to make and just as cute!

Whether you’re looking for a pillow, a hat, or a stuffed toy, we got you covered! Check out our list of free and paid crochet moose patterns that beginner crocheters and intermediate crocheters will enjoy. 

1. Crochet Moose Hat By Repeat Crafter Me

Stay comfy and warm even during fall and winter with this Free Crochet Moose Hat pattern. It even comes in sizes for adults and the little ones so you can go twinning with your kids.

To achieve the warmth and softness of this moose crochet pattern, it is recommended to use the Bernat Super Value Yarn in Topaz and Taupe. You will also need poly fiber filling for the antlers.

Crochet Moose Hat By Repeat Crafter Me

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2. Einar Moose Crochet Pattern By Yarnhild

Make a child – or even an adult – happy by making this adorable Einar stuff toy for him this Christmas! This Free crochet moose amigurumi pattern can also be used as a Christmas ornament.

In making this amigurumi, you will need a sports weight yarn, like the Schahenmayr Cotton yarn, in brown or grey, and light brown. Use a red yarn for its clothes and hat to turn this cute moose amigurumi into a Christmas ornament!

Einar Moose Crochet Pattern By Yarnhild

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3. Morgan Moose Silhouette Hat by Lakeside Loops

If you’re looking for a hat with a subtle moose design, you will surely love this Morgan Moose Silhouette Crochet Pattern By Lakesideloops. It comes in six different sizes that will fit both the young ones and the adults. 

To create the moose silhouette, you will need a white yarn and another light-colored worsted weight yarn. The fluffy pompoms are optional, but if you want the extra cuteness, you can use the Bernat Faux Fur Pompoms in White Rabbit.

Morgan Moose Silhouette Hat by Lakeside Loops

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4. Mini Crochet Moose Pattern By Sweet Oddity Art

Make use of your amigurumi skills by working on this 20 cm mini moose crochet pattern! This intermediate pattern comes with easy to follow and detailed instructions that those with an amigurumi background can easily understand. 

When working on this moose crochet, you will need any worsted weight yarn, 3.5mm crochet hook, a pair of 12 mm safety eyes, and some fiberfill to stuff the toy. 

Mini Crochet Moose Pattern By Sweet Oddity Art

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5. Christmas Moose Crochet Pattern By Toysneed

Snuggle up with this soft and cuddly Moose Crochet amigurumi pattern by Toysneed! This 26 cm moose crochet pattern has step by step instructions accompanied by photos to guide you in making the Christmas moose toy.

To achieve the softness of this plushy, you will plush yarn in white or gray for the muzzle, beige or mustard for the body, and chocolate-colored yarn for the antlers and hooves. You will also need 8mm safety eyes, a thin thread to sew the whole toy together, and polyester filling for added softness.

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6. Myles the Moose Crochet Pattern By Theresas Crochet Shop 

Chill and slow down with Myles the moose! This easy yet adorable crochet baby moose pattern loves to just sit and enjoy life comes in two versions, a moose with a longer neck and a baby moose with no neck and shorter limbs. 

If you’re just trying to learn a little more about crochet, you should definitely this pattern. This written crochet pattern has detailed instructions on how to crochet and assemble the moose, plus it only uses the basic crochet stitches.

Myles the Moose Crochet Pattern By Theresas Crochet Shop

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7. Crochet Moose Corner to Corner Blanket By Crochet Crowd

If you want something similar to the Gingham Corner to corner blanket, we found a free pattern that has a lovely moose design in the middle. They included a link to a c2c chart that you can refer to.

To make the blanket, you will need 100% Acrylic yarns like Caron One Pound, Caron Simply Soft, Bernat Super Value and etc. You will also need a 5.5 mm hook to create the 20.5 x 20.5 inches blanket.

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8. Manny Moose Crochet Pattern By DoubleDutchCrochetCo

Add another plushie to your collection by working on this Manny Moose Crochet Pattern By DoubleDutchCrochetCo. Because of its softness, you’ll surely want to cuddle with this crochet moose plushie whenever your sleep!

To complete this intermediate pattern, you only need your basic crochet skills and your knowledge in crocheting in rounds. As for the yarn to use, you can use the Super Bulky Bernat Blanket yarn to make this 18 x 15 inches snuggly plushie.

Manny Moose Crochet Pattern By DoubleDutchCrochetCo

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9. Richard the Moose Crochet By Firefly Crochets

If you want a model that can do whatever pose you like, you should definitely check out Richard, the moose. With its long and gangly arms, Richard can surely help you as you practice your photography skills!

To make this 15 inches crochet moose, you will need a 10 ply worsted weight yarn, a 3.5mm crochet hook, 7mm safety eyes, and polyester fiberfill to create the shape. 

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10. Crochet Moose Pillow Pattern By Olivia Laws Art 

If you’re looking for a more challenging crochet pattern for beginners like you, you’ll surely love this crochet moose pillow pattern! This moose pillow is so easy to make plus it includes lots of photos to help you throughout the process.

Crochet Moose Pillow Pattern By Olivia Laws Art

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So Many Crochet Moose Patterns to Choose From!

Every crochet moose pattern on the list is too cute and perfectly functional, we’ll understand if you’re having a hard time choosing which one to make. But you can always make more than one, right?

Do not forget to let the whole crochet community know which pattern you are working on! You can share your finished work by posting a picture on our Facebook Page.

Looking for other animal crochet patterns, we have lots more! Check out these lists of reindeer patterns, amigurumi shark, and crochet snake pattern

These crochet moose patterns can be used as a toy or as home decor, how are you planning to use yours?