Amigurumi Dragons with Free Crochet Patterns

Today`s collection is all about Dragons. These mythical creatures interest and fascinate not only children but also adults. You can be very creative with these ideas because the dragons come in different shapes and sizes. There is a great selection of colors here too! Who said all dragons are green? We would even recommend making them bright and colorful, so much more interesting for the children to play with. Moreover, if you`re making it for the smaller kids you can put a rattle inside the dragon’s tummy too. All of these dragons are easy and quick to crochet so they will be perfect for last-minute gifts. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!



If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Frida’s Crochet Projects and Dreamy Mandalas.

Crochet Dragon Eggs

Dragon Egg Amigurumi

Have you already met Ami Amour, the queen of crochet dragons? If you still haven’t tried any of her magical patterns, make sure to fix it ASAP! Once you crochet the dragons of your wildest dreams, think about making a couple of dragon eggs for them. You will love this pattern!

Level: upper beginner  Author: Ami Amour

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ami Amour here. More info on Ravelry here.

Mother of Dragons Dice Bag

Are there any fans of classic board games among our readers? Without a doubt, they are making a spectacular comeback these days! If you crochet these dragon egg dice bags, your next game night will be even more fun. Trust us!

Level: upper beginner  Author: Rachy Newin

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here.

Amigurumi Dragons with Free Crochet Patterns

Dragon Amigurumi 

This pattern is truly magical, isn’t it? We fell under its spell the minute we saw these awesome beasts. Its fiery breath is so impressive! Your children will love playing with their own colorful squads of crochet dragons.

Level: intermediate  Author: Sharon Ojala

The original pattern and the photos are available on Amigurumi To Go here. More info on Ravelry here.

Dragon Amigurumi 

These colorful balls of cuteness have magical powers! Seriously, if you are feeling down, nothing will cheer you up like an amigurumi dragon! Especially when it is handmade with love by someone close to you. Why don’t you crochet a team of pick-me-up dragons for your friends?

Level: beginner  Author: StringyDingDing

The original pattern and the photos are available on Stringy Ding Ding here. More info on Ravelry here.

Spring Dragons 

Spring dragons are surely here to take over the world! Exciting! If you are new to the land of amigurumi, it is a quick and easy project for you to try. The dragons have flappy wings that you can make in different colors to use up leftover yarn. The pattern was free for a limited time only.

Level: beginner  Author: Maritsa Piper

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here. The pattern was free for a limited time only.

Crocheted Rattle – Baby Dragon 

Why don’t you transform this little dragon into a baby rattle? With the spikes along its back and bright colors, it`s evidently one of the cutest amigurumi dragons with free patterns out there. Your kids would surely agree with us on that!

Level: beginner Author: Kristi Tullus

The original pattern is available on Ravelry here. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Cube Little Dragon 

These adorable cube dragons are definitely being cheeky sticking their tongues out. Play with colors here, you can even use the yarn leftovers to make them. Crafty Bunny Bun’s series of cube amigurumi rocks, right? Undoubtedly!

Level: beginner Author: Crafty Bunny Bun

The original pattern is available on Crafty Bunny Bun here. More info here. Info about this version and the photosare on Ravelry here.

Dragon 

Miniature and mighty, this crochet baby dragon is so ready to take over your house! Make a whole team of these creatures and throw them into your little dragons’ toybox. Children will love them even more if you make them as colorful as possible.

Level: beginner Author: Stephanie Jessica Lau

The original pattern is available on All About Ami here. More info on Ravelry here. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Dragón de Sant Jordi 

This little chubby dragon is very sweet and so huggable! Who wouldn’t want one in their collection of amigurumi toys? We would! Use a contrasting yarn shade for the crest and the wings, it will look even more interesting.

Level: upper beginner Author: Lucia Lanukas

The original pattern is available on Ravelry here. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Squish-a-Saurus Crochet Dino 

Who has some leftover bulky yarn in bright green? With its decent size and wonderful softness, this crochet dinosaur will be your child’s new favorite companion. Every kid would love to go on multiple adventures with him, without a doubt. This is truly a fairytale-like gift!

Level: beginner Author: Sarah Zimmerman

The original pattern and the photos are on Yarnspirations here. More info on Ravelry here.

Orbit the Dragon 

Are you a fan of the art of crocheting toys? Do you want to try a more advanced pattern? This crochet dragon is perfect for you then! The step-by-step tutorial will help you go through this project even if you’re not feeling skilled enough yet. It’s a great opportunity to learn. And have so much fun!

Level: intermediate Author: Projectarian

The original pattern is available on Ravelry here. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Dragon Accessories with Free Crochet Patterns

Dragon Scale Fingerless Gloves

Are you a fashion lover who likes fairy tales and legends? What a fantastic coincidence! You are certainly going to fall in love with this idea if you haven’t already. Crochet dragon scale mittens are so popular for a reason! What will your favorite pair look like?

Level: upper beginner  Author: The Yarnivore UK

The original pattern is on Ravelry here. More info about this version by dkw and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Dragon Belly

What a fantastic pattern for a classic crochet shawl! We have been in love with Johanna Lindahl’s designs for ages and we keep getting surprised. Who doesn’t love simple stitches and ombre color palettes? We all surely do!

Level: upper beginner  Author: Johanna Lindahl

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Mother of Dragons Shawl

Wildly beautiful! We are so excited to try this crochet pattern for a dragon-inspired shawl. How about you? Bridget A had a wonderful idea, evidently! Will you use the same mix of warm colors or would you rather go for traditional green?

Level: upper beginner Author: Bridget A

The original pattern and the photos are on Long Dog Wool here. More info on Ravelry here.

2 thoughts on “Amigurumi Dragons with Free Crochet Patterns

  1. Hi, I followed the links, went on facebook & joined. When I get to the actual pattern it says it is US $2 but on this page & elsewhere following the links it says it is free!! Why say it is free when it isn’t?
    I found the cute dragons on Pinterest & thought it would be nice to make one or a few for the grand-kids.

    1. Hi Regina! The pattern for Spring Dragons was free for limited time only, and it’s noted in our article 🙂 Other dragon patterns from this post are available for free.

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