Crochet Dragon Patterns You Need on Your Hook
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If you’re looking for a mystical, magical, and fantastic make you just might love a crochet dragon on your hook! Welcome to the beautiful, glorious world of crochet dragons!
Crochet dragons are loved by young and old alike all over the world! They represent fun, mystery, and adventure! And they are just oh-so-fun to crochet!
A crochet dragon really presents an opportunity to combine art with craft. So many of these great crochet dragons have impressive attention to detail. The eyes get me. You can go with a black safety eye, crochet an eye or get something a little more spectacular like these fun dragon eyes! Some of the crochet patterns feature details like eyelids, facial details, toes, and, of course, scales!
These crochet dragons might look like they are ready to billow out fire from their mouths or take off in flight, but they have a soft, gentle side too as evidenced by the lovely yarn used and the love you put into creating them!
Make a crochet dragon for a gift and it’s sure to go down in the history book as possibly the best gift ever! I mean, really, who can forget a dragon, right? Let’s dive into all these marvelous crochet dragons!
Wondering How to Crochet A Dragon?
Maybe you’re wondering if you need a special skill set to crochet a dragon. A dragon amigurumi pattern is much like any other amigurumi pattern. The crochet dragon pattern will likely start with a magic circle (or magic ring), then you’ll work a single crochet in the round and periodically work a single crochet increase and an invisible decrease. It will be helpful to know how to work double crochet stitches, half double crochet, and how to slip stitch, but your crochet dragon pattern may not call for those stitches.
Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this: Abbreviations, US to UK Conversion Chart. Find links to stitches on the “Tutorial” menu: Getting Started will show basic stitches used in many patterns and Dictionary shows our growing collection of tutorials.
Adorable Dragon Patterns
These little dragons are sure to be a fun project! Let’s dive into these seriously cute crochet dragon patterns.
Meet Drake the Dragon by Moji Moji Design! I love his nostrils, his thumbs, and toes, his wings, but I think his eyes and sultry eyelids have me smitten! How cute is this little green dragon?
Who wouldn’t be proud to have this 3-in-1 Ice Baby Dragon Blanket Crochet Pattern by Crafting Happiness guarding your baby’s “castle”? I love the dragon scales on this afghan meets dragon combo. This crochet dragon is perfect for snuggling and keeping warm!
I love the ridges on Vincent the Dragon’s tummy! This majestic crochet dragon by Hooked by Kati is such a cute and clean design! I also love the toenails and the eyes are just spectacular.
I can’t get enough of this dragon by Hooked on Sunshine! The colors on Orbit the Dragon make me think of sunny, happy days! I also love the crochet eyes that remind me of laughter. This adorable amigurumi dragon pattern is as much a piece of art as it is an amigurumi.
Dinegurumi’s Dragon Lóng has such neat points and clean curves! These dragons look like they are ready for a whole lotta fun! Just pick out some contrasting yarn from your scrap pile, a crochet hook, and get ready to make this adorable crochet dragon pattern!
How do tiny things just become instantly cuter? I can’t handle this Amigurumi Dragon by Supergurumi! This adorable baby dragon amigurumi will sit right in your hand–like it just hatched out of its own little dragon egg! So adorable!
Whoa! Overton Fancies’ Kiefer the forest dragon is HUGE! Who is up for the challenge of this advanced-level dragon pattern? This is the kind of crochet project that win over just about any youngster. Who wouldn’t want to ride their own dragon?
This green Dragon Amigurumi by CBMakes looks like a little puffball! Such a cute and simple design! This would be a great beginner crochet dragon pattern since it features simple shapes and can be made relatively quickly. Personally, I think this would be such an adorable baby shower gift because it’s simply too cute!
If you’re looking to learn how to make the best amigurumi, be sure to check out my Amigurumi: A Beginner’s Guide. It’s a massive 165-page ebook of detailed tutorials, tips, and tricks (plus exclusive patterns). You can read about that right here.
This celestial Dragon Amigurumi by Crafty Intentions is so complex! There are a lot of customizations available for this crochet pattern so the sky is the limit! This amigurumi dragon would look great on display but would also make a fine toy as well.
I love all of the different color combinations in this dragon crochet pattern by Amigurumi To Go! The pattern is called Fire Breathing Dragon and it’s no wonder. The dragon looks ready to breathe out fire at any moment! So fun!
MORE AMIGURUMI PATTERNS
If you love these crochet dragon patterns, you might also like to check out these other amigurumi patterns:
1. Rachel Crochet Doll // 2. Crochet Bee // 3. Crochet Spider
Oh. My. GOSH. I need this Dragon Cross Body Bag yesterday! Hooked by Kati has “hooked” my heart with this dragon scale winner! This cute and fun crochet pattern with its crocodile stitch scales is sure to get a lot of head turns!
Meet Philip the Dragon by Left Handed Crocheter. This free pattern is just too cute not to make! I especially like the use of a pipe cleaner in the tail. Genius!
Dinegurumi’s little crochet dragon, Spikey, looks so cute and sleepy! Or is it grumpy? I can’t tell but I think he’s just adorable from his darling spikes and furrowed brow to his pointy tail and nubby toes. I think I’ve found the perfect snuggly buddy!
Dinegurumi always thinks outside of the box! This beautiful Dragon Lamp Amigurumi is the perfect thing to jazz up your nightstand! This darling dragon is surveying the land, ready to fly at a moment’s notice. This dragon is a work of art that anyone would love to own and it would make sure an adorable gift.
Do you love these spectacular crochet dragon patterns as much as I do? Are you torn between which one to make first? And will you make one for YOU or make one to give? And really, why not do both? Because don’t we all really just need a little dragon magic in our lives?!
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I love dragons! I just did eight of Drake from Mojo Mojo design. They came out great! They have all been sent to nieces, nephews. They love them! I will have to try some of these other designs.
Where can I purchase all the dragon patterns. Is it a book
This is a collection of crochet dragons from various designers that I found from various sources. To get details on the patterns, just click the link for each dragon and it will take you to the source of the pattern where you can get more information on that particular pattern.
Hi, your dragons are fabulous and very creative. My grandsons love them! Now they’d like to take it up a notch and wear dragon slippers.
We’ve found dragon tears slippers and leg warmers but they want the “dragon ate my foot” slippers. Whatcha got up your sleeve?
The dragon patterns are a collection of patterns from other crochet designers. I’m glad you love them as much as I do!! I’m not familiar with the slipper pattern you mentioned. I would suggest a search on Google, Pinterest or Ravelry to find the one you’re thinking of!
Those are ADORABLE. My kids and I are a family of nerds (is that the correct word these days?), and we love sci-fi/fantasy. Dragons rank #1in our books. It’s just a shame they didn’t design Asian dragons. How cute could they make those???
Thanks so much.
The dragon bag has ‘got me’. No young lady is too young to receive a dragon bag, like she was born a couple of months ago, and I’m in the process of creating a dragon greeting card for her; her name is Quinn.
Thank you again,