Awesome Amigurumi Dinosaurs with Free Crochet Patterns

Children of all ages love to learn facts about dinosaurs. Although they roamed the Earth millions of years ago, they are a hot topic amongst scientists who are still finding new fossils today. To help you interest your kids in these mighty creatures take a look at these exemplary crochet patterns for Awesome Amigurumi Dinosaurs. Kids love them because in contrary to plastic toys these are soft and cuddly. In addition, these cute triceratopses are perfect for little fingers therefore make a great cot or car toy. Moreover, they are so quick and simple to crochet that I`m sure you won`t stop on a single one as they also make a great last-minute gift. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Fun Floor Pillows and Awesome Octopuses.

Tiny the Triceratops Free Crochet Pattern

This tine triceratops has unbelievable cheering up powers! Just look at this adorable creature, it makes everyone smile in an instant. Even if you don’t have that much experience with amigurumi, you will easily master this pattern by Aphra Dowell-Jones. Motivation is key!

Level: beginner Author: Aphra Dowell-Jones

The original pattern and the photos are on Amigurumi Crochet here

Amigurumi Triceratops Dinosaur Free Crochet Pattern

This cute dinosaur is quick and so easy to make. Use contrasting yarn for the horns and frill and make sure to make a couple of color versions too. Why crochet one dinosaur when you can have a whole squad is so cool!

Level: beginner Author:

 The original pattern and the photos are on Amigurumi Crochet here


Triceratops Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet this triceratops in a classic ragdoll style and we promise you will love it forever. The happy dino will be a great toy for little ones. Consider adding a squeaker to get the wow effect! The ragdoll series by Spin a Yarn Crochet is legendary!

Level: beginner Author: Spin a Yarn Crochet

 The original pattern and the photos are on Spin a Yarn Crochet here. More info on Ravelry here

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