20 Fiercely Fun Free Dragon Crochet Patterns

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Have you ever dreamed of having a magical dragon of your own? For more than a thousand years, legends and stories of mythical creatures – particularly dragons – have been passed down through generations. Dragons are found in folklore and mythology all over the world, each culture’s version of this sensational being described differently. Today, you can bring these mythical creatures to life with a collection of free dragon crochet patterns.

Unleash the inner dragon lover in you with these 20 fiercely fun free dragon crochet patterns! From fancy fire-breathing dragons to simpler and smaller versions, these patterns are perfect for all skill levels. You can use these patterns to make a variety of gifts, decorations, and toys. Whip up a charming dragon stuffed animal, wall hanging, or a keychain – the possibilities are endless!

This Free Pattern Friday Roundup includes more than 20 unique designs featuring dragons of all shapes and sizes. From a large dragon that measures 20 inches long and 12 inches wide, to a baby dragon that fits in your hand (7 cm), there is a design here that will be sure to spark your imagination! With this collection of free patterns you can make your own magical dragons to add to your fantasy world and to pass down your own family’s folklore. So, grab your favorite yarn and crochet hook – let’s bring these amazing creatures to life!

20+ Amazing Dragon Crochet Patterns

Vincent the Dragon Crochet Pattern from Hooked by Kati

Vincent the Dragon Pattern

The free crochet pattern for Vincent the Dragon from Hooked by Kati creates a friendly dragon measuring 20 inches long by 12 inches tall. He is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) hook.

This free crochet pattern was designed by Stephanie Jessica Lau using Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 2 mm crochet hook.

Dragon

This free crochet pattern was designed by Stephanie Jessica Lau using Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 2 mm crochet hook.

The free crochet pattern for this Dragon Eye Pillow from Hooked by Kati is amazing. I know it isn't really amigurumi but I had to include it! You will need Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) hook and 5 mm (H) crochet hook.

Dragon Eye Pillow

The free crochet pattern for this Dragon Eye Pillow from Hooked by Kati is amazing. I know it isn’t really amigurumi but I had to include it! You will need Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) hook and 5 mm (H) crochet hook.

Dragon Amigurumi Pattern

Dragon Amigurumi Pattern

This Dragon Amigurumi Pattern was designed by Ami Amour and he measures 5 inches tall. This little dragon is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) hook.

Small Dragon Pattern

Small Dragon Crochet Pattern

The Small Dragon Crochet Pattern designed by Carolyne Brodie is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.25 mm (D) hook. The dragon measures about 11 inches tall when complete.

This pocket sized project was designed by Jade of Sweet Softies. It was crocheted with Super Bulky Weight Yarn and a 5 mm (H) hook. Adorable and quick to make dragon.

Pocket Dragon

This pocket sized project was designed by Jade of Sweet Softies. It was crocheted with Super Bulky Weight Yarn and a 5 mm (H) hook. Adorable and quick to make dragon.

Small But Mighty Dragon Pattern

Small But Mighty Dragon Pattern

The Small But Mighty Dragon Pattern by Sharon Ojala of Amigurumi To Go is designed with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) hook. There are video tutorials to support this design.

This super sweet newborn dragon pattern was designed by Hooked by Kati creates a friendly dragon measuring 14 inches long by 21 inches wing span. He is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) hook.

Toby the Newborn Dragon

This super sweet newborn dragon pattern was designed by Hooked by Kati creates a friendly dragon measuring 14 inches long by 21 inches wing span. He is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) hook.

Firnen the Dragon Pattern

Firnen the Dragon Pattern

Firnen the Dragon was designed by Shehla from The Blue Elephants. This dragon is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.25 mm (D) hook. Firnen measures appoximately 9.5 inches tall when complete.

These Fire Breathing Dragons were designed by Sharon Ojala. You can make these amigurumi with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4.5 mm crochet hook.

Fire Breathing Dragon

These Fire Breathing Dragons were designed by Sharon Ojala. You can make these amigurumi with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 4.5 mm crochet hook.

Dragon Hand Puppet Pattern

Dragon Hand Puppet Pattern

This adorable Dragon Hand Puppet was designed by Erin Greene for The Hook Nook Life. The puppet is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 4.25 mm (G) hook.

This project was designed by Vanja Grundmann of AmigurumiBB. It was crocheted with thread and a 2.5 mm and 1.75 mm crochet hook.

BB Dragon

This project was designed by Vanja Grundmann of AmigurumiBB. It was crocheted with thread and a 2.5 mm and 1.75 mm crochet hook.

I adore this little Dragon. This pattern was designed by Jessie of Hooked on Sunshine. You will need DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 2.5 mm hook.

Orbit the Dragon Pattern

I adore this little Dragon. This pattern was designed by Jessie of Hooked on Sunshine. You will need DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 2.5 mm hook.

More Amigurumi Dragon Patterns

Unleash the inner dragon lover in you with these 20 fiercely fun free dragon crochet patterns! From fancy fire-breathing dragons to simpler and smaller versions, these patterns are perfect for all skill levels. You can use these patterns to make a variety of gifts, decorations, and toys. Whip up a charming dragon stuffed animal, wall hanging, or a keychain – the possibilities are endless!
This little cutie was designed by Joy PhamSontakke. To make your own, you will need DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 2.5 mm crochet hook.

Zodiac Dragon

This little cutie was designed by Joy PhamSontakke. To make your own, you will need DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 2.5 mm crochet hook.



Fierce Little Dragon Pattern

This Fierce Little Dragon pattern was designed by Lucy Collin. To make your own, you will need DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook.


Baby Dragon Amigurumi Pattern

This little Baby Dragon Amigurumi pattern is designed by Casey at MrPikachuHat. The baby dragon is crocheted with Paton’s Kroy Socks FX in the color Clover with a 2 mm hook.


Orbit the Dragon Pattern

I adore this little Dragon. This pattern was designed by Jessie of Projectarian. You will need DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 2.5 mm hook.


Baby Dragon Amigurumi Plush Toy Pattern

This Baby Dragon Pattern was designed by Lily Coulombe. The dragon is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) hook. The baby dragon measures approximately 8 inches long when complete.


Joanet, the dragon Pattern

Joanet, the dragon by Pebie Crochet is crocheted with Fingering Weight Yarn [1] and a 1.9 mm hook. The finished dragon measures 7 cm in size.


Mini Dragon Amigurumi

This mini dragon was designed by Jonas Matthies. For this project you will need Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 2.5 mm crochet hook. When complete this dragon measures 5.5 cm.


Philip the Dragon

Philip the Dragon was designed by The Left-Handed Crocheter. For this project you will need Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 5.5 mm (I) crochet hook.


Charizard

Charizard was designed by Mia’s Atelier. This project was crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 2.5 mm and 4 mm (G) crochet hook.


Dragon Amigurumi

This project was designed by StringyDingDing and crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.


Small-ish Haku

This amazing and advanced project was designed by Evelyn Pham. It was crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook.



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4 Comments

  1. Im using Sharons patterns rather frequently and never had any security problems on it.

    Thanks for all the efford you put in Rhonnda, I love your posts. You are a real source for inspiration!

  2. Hi Gwen, I’m sorry you experienced something like that on another site. Sharon’s site is actually on https which means it is a secure site and since you aren’t adding any personal information when you view her free pattern, you need not worry about viewing her pattern, saving it or even printing it. The certificate (for her https) on her site is valid and if you see a little lock on her browser bar (on my browser – I use Chrome – it is on the far left of the browser bar and if you hover over it it tells you if the site is secure or if there are any issues) that means Google agrees her site is currently protected.

    The internet is a scary place sometimes and it is always best to be cautious. Thank you for letting me know you were concerned so I could go take a look at her page to be sure. I do agree those top 2 ads are CRAZY big – I’m wondering if there was a setting change on her site that she hasn’t seen yet – when I created my post and visited her blog at the beginning of the week those huge ads were much smaller. Just scroll right past those 2 huge ads and then you will see her post and her pattern right on the screen – you don’t need to click on anything on her site to see it.

    Hope this helps!!
    Rhondda

  3. When I tried to go to Sharon Ojala of Amigurumi To Go site I decided that the ads were to dangerous to deal with, I just recently had to get a replacement card because a site like this had been withdrawing money without authorization. Yes, I got my money back. Just wanted to forwarn you.