If you’re out to catch ’em all, these 13 epic Pokemon crochet patterns will get you well on your way.
One of the most popular franchises that have been hugely popular in the crochet community is Pokemon. Allowing crafters the chance to “catch them all”, creating your own small collection of your favorite Pokemon is easier than ever and a great way to test your crocheting skills.
The majority of these patterns adhere to the Amigurumi crochet structure which means that they have an incredibly cute appearance and they can be made in a variety of different sizes to accommodate all kinds of spaces.
However, with just under 900 Pokemon to choose from, it can be overwhelming to decide which one you want to make first. Once you have decided, you’ll need to purchase a pattern so you can make your Pokemon with the right proportions.
Luckily for you, we have gathered the most awesome Pokemon crochet patterns
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13 Epic Pokemon Crochet Patterns
The first recommendation is the Pokemon that is listed number 1 in the Pokedex. Bulbasaur is the grass starter Pokemon and this design stays true to its adorable form.
This 13 page PDF provides instructions and pictures which allows you to create your own amigurumi version of Bulbasaur as well as an adorable Halloween variant. Sizing up to 5.5 inches tall and 7 inches long, this Bulbasaur is the perfect gift for any Pokemon fan.
Bulbasaur, Charmander, & Squirtle Amigurumi
For those who want more than Bulbasaur and want to create all of the original starter Pokemon then this bundle pattern kit is for you.
Featuring Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle, these amigurumis measure between 6.5 to 8 inches tall and are great for those who know how to crochet in the round as well as capable of completing basic crochet stitches.
A fantastic product for those who want to crochet amigurumi plushies to sell, the pattern designer asks that you simply credit them if you do wish to sell what you make.
Pikachu and Pokeball Crochet Pattern
This teeny tiny little Pikachu and his cozy Pokeball is just absolutely fun. Plus, this pattern is part of a whole series of free Pokemon crochet patterns.
Pokemon Vulpix Crochet Pattern – Alolan & Kanto Variant
One of the most underrated Pokemon is Vulpix, a fox-like Pokemon who has a slew of fans. This pattern bundle provides instructions for both the original Kanto version and the beautiful white Alolan version so you can choose which Vulpix you want to make.
Featuring step by step instructions as well as photos and tips to help give you the best results, this is a great pattern for those who are wanting to explore more intermediate designs.
One of the cutest first generation Pokemon that often goes forgotten is Cubone. This crochet amigurumi pattern measures around 8.5 inches tall and is the perfect gift for those who love this adorable Pokemon.
Perfect for beginners, this pattern requires you to be able to do basic crochet stitches as well as crocheting in the round.
You’ll enjoy completing this Pokemon as it is predominantly the same color for the majority of the design making it relatively easy while the great skull detail on the top proves the perfect challenge.
Psyduck Amiguri Crochet Pttern
Literally my favorite Pokemon, this Psyduck is so quirky and cute, just like the animated version. Plus the Pokeball is included and the perfect place for your Psyduck to nest.
Magikarp Amigurumi Pattern
This large amigurumi plush is of the iconic Pokemon, Magikarp. Famed for its weak abilities and only capable of attacking with the useless move, Splash, Magikarp has garnered an array of fans around the globe for being somewhat of an underdog in the Pokemon world.
This pattern is great for those who want to work on a bigger project and the simple fish shape makes it great for beginners and intermediate crocheters.
Gyarados (Pokemon) Amigurumi Crochet Pattern
The reason why Magikarp is an underdog is because it is weak in its basic state but then it evolves into the fierce Gyarados which is an incredibly strong Pokemon known for having a temper.
This Gyarados plush pattern comes with ten pages of instructions that feature step by step guidance and photographs to make it clear on how to properly construct it. This pattern is for intermediate crocheters only as it features an array of different stitches which can be too challenging for beginners.
Shuckle Crochet Pattern Pokemon
If you’re a fan of Pokemon beyond the first generation then this is the pattern for you. This beautiful crochet pattern makes up the popular generation two Pokemon, Shuckle. This pattern has been designed with intermediate crocheters in mind but advanced beginners who want to push their skillset will benefit from this project.
Whether you are making it for a child to play with or for a fan of the Pokemon and the show, this toy is sure to put a smile on their face. Measuring a total of 6 inches tall, this pattern is incredibly easy to follow and features an array of photographs so you can easily track your progress.
Eevee Crochet Pattern
Pikachu is by far the most popular and famous Pokemon but Eevee comes a close second place thanks to its cute design and cool ability to evolve into different kinds of Pokemon.
This pattern is incredibly adorable and features a summery design as Eevee sports a cute flower crown which makes this an amigurumi plushie with a twist. Through the 14 page PDF booklet, you’ll learn how to make your Eevee with the assistance of detailed instructions and photographs.
One of the most mysterious Pokemon to be released in the first generation is Mew, the adorable pink Pokemon with a penchant for flying away. This pattern helps you to create your own amigurumi version of Mew that will measure around 8.5 inches tall.
Available for download straight after purchasing, this pattern has clear instructions so you can have an enjoyable experience while making it.
Pokemon Balls Crochet Pattern
The last recommendation we have isn’t actually a Pokemon at all but instead is an array of different Poke Ball patterns that you can then pair up with your Pokemon plushies.
This pattern bundle includes instructions for regular Poke Balls, Great Ball, Master Ball, Ultra Ball, Repeat Ball, Luxury Ball, Love Ball, Net Ball and Quick Ball. Incredibly easy to make, the Poke Ball instructions require you to know how to crochet in the round and carry out basic crochet stitches.