18 Crochet Pokemon Ideas That Will Hone Your Skills & Fandom
Pokemon is popular all over again. Thanks to the new Pokemon Go app, we’re seeing an influx of Pikachu and Squirtle fans like never before. And if you have some crocheting skills or want to practice a bit you can mix the trending games with an afternoon of crafting! These 18 crochet Pokemon ideas will hone your skills and your fandom! Get creative now!
1. Pikachu Hat
Revelry has a free pattern for a Pikachu hat that we’re loving! Make this for a Pokemon-fan friend or yourself to wear this winter!
If you’re a big fan of this adorable, pink Jiggypuff, then you want to check out this free pattern. Start taking your crocheting skills to the next level with this one! (via)
Revelry has this free pattern on their site as well. For the ultimate fan, you’ll want to put your crocheting skills to the test and make some plushies!
If Snorlax is one of your favorite, then check out the free pattern here and have a go at its creation. It’s one of the more simpler shapes to try out!
Check out Ravelry if you want to make some Pokeballs! Start with this classic sign of the Pokemon game and begin your collection.
6. Kid’s Cowl
Your Pokemon-loving kiddos will love this addition to their closet. Make a cowl for the fall and winter months with help from Ravelry.
Midwestern Moms gives us a super adorable DIY gift idea. Of course, you could make this headband for yourself, but how special would this be for one of your Pokemon fan friends or family?
Check out this Hooker Crochet pattern that we’re swooning for. Make a scarf for the little ones in your life and their current obsession with Pokemon Go.
Midwestern Moms made these crocheted coasters too. Dress up the play room or man cave with these nostalgic cuties.
10. Mug Cozy
You may want to check out this adorable mug cozy for extra inspiration. Make one of these Pikachu covers and add some brightness to your morning coffee.
Make a charmander to add to your collection. Grab the free pattern here and start your creation by the weekend.
12. Baby Bulbasaur
Here’s another free pattern for a Pokemon favorite. Baby Bulbasaur can come to life right in front of your life just by visiting here.
Who likes Caterpie? Visit here and snag the free pattern for this little guy. Then grab your phone and go catch a local for your personal game!
Bellossom brings a smile to everyone’s face, whether you’re a Pokemon fan or not. And Sabrina’s Crochet has all the details you need.
And some of you may be Fennekin fans, and if that’s the case, you’ll want to hop on over and snag this pattern. Start crocheting as a part of your collection now!
You can even make Gloom! Check out the instructions here and get to work creating your own. You could even make a couple of the characters and use them as a DIY gift surprise!
Here you’ll fine the pattern for a Zubat. It’s just another great way to expand your Pokemon plushie collection and test your crocheting skills.
18. Pokeball Hat
Visit Ravelry just one more time and snag this great DIY idea too. Create a Pokeball hat for your or your Pokemon go teammate!