Who doesn’t love a touch of fantasy in their amigurumi? From classic unicorns to the mysterious Mothman, there’s so much potential mythical creatures. You can go crazy with colors, sizes and adding all sorts of details! But sometimes, it’s hard to find just the right pattern for the creature you’re looking for. That’s why I put together these 20 mythical amigurumi you won’t want to miss!
20 Mythical Amigurumi You Won’t Want to Miss
I’ve searched and gathered these patterns from some of the top amigurumi designers and many of them even specialize in fantastical designs. So if one really sticks out to you, I highly recommend browsing other patterns of theirs.
Agni Dragon by Aileen van der Berg is starting off this list strong! I just love this design with his adorable little belly and wings. He would make a great gift for a kid or be a wonderful addition to your dragon collection! Check out this pattern over on Ravelry.
I had the IMMENSE pleasure of testing this ADORABLE demogorgon pattern from Jamy of Jamy Lynn Art! This pattern is not only super fun, but it's beautifully written and Jamy put a lot of effort into her graphics--turning a simple pdf into a work of art! Plus, this pattern comes with an easy mod so that you can turn your demogoron into a Star Buddy! Get this pattern over in Jamy's shop!
I've been following Jessie from Projectarian for a long time now and her brillance never ceases to amaze me. Twinkle the Strawberry Jerboa is an amazing reversible pattern so you can flip him into a strawberry! AND this pattern is available for free on her website.
Chelsea Buzek of Seashell Crochet has done it again with her adorable Sleepy Mermaids! This cute duo will light up kids at your next craft fair or make you the coolest gift-giver at the next baby shower! This pattern is available in Chelsea's Etsy shop.
Over at Madd Tea Party Boutique with Lizzie you'll find all sorts of fascinating creatures. Her Baphomet pattern is just one of many fantastical creations! You can check out this pattern and many more over in Lizzie's Etsy shop.
Jade King of Sweet Softies is another fantastic designer with TONS of amazing patterns. This adorable little Summer Flower Fairy is one of them and she's perfect for beginner crocheters. Check out this free pattern here.
I just couldn't do a mythical creatures roundup without including a design from Megan of Crafty Intentions. You may have seen her fantastic dragon designs, but have you seen this adorable Impkin? Megan's patterns are always top notch and I highly recommend visiting her website or her Etsy shop to check them out.
Carolann of CocoKnittedCreations is a wonderful friend of mine and I've had the pleasure of making her adorable Luna the Unicorn pattern. It's wonderfully written and the result is so cute! This pattern works up fast and would make an excellent addition to your craft fair stock! You can grab a copy of this paid pattern over on her website.
If you haven't heard of Kati from Hooked by Kati, you're missing out! While her designs are on the advanced side, she does an excellent job of writing her patterns. This amazing Pheonix for example, is available for free on her blog!
This cute Baby Dragon pattern is one of my most beginner-friendly designs! It works up fast and makes a great gift for kids or if you make it really small, a great keychain! Check out this pattern over in my Etsy shop.
I just love this Jackalope pattern by Denae of AmiAmore! Simple and adorable, this unique pattern looks like it would be so addicting to make! You can grab a copy of this pattern over in Denae's Etsy shop.
Who doesn't love gnomes?! This simple and elegant Gnome by Lovelycraft is a great beginner pattern with lots of room for customization! You can check out this awesome pattern for free on Lovelycraft.com.
I first saw this amazing Griffin pattern in a book by amigurumi.com, but you can get the original pattern from the designer, Sabrina Somers. It's excellently written and definitely next on my selfish makes list! You can grab a copy of this pattern right from amigurumi.com.
I'm getting cute little sea monster vibes from this Dragon by Stephanie from All About Ami. I love the way she used felt to create details like the fins on his head and the blush on his cheeks! You can check out this wonderful pattern for free on Stephanie's blog!
Lianne of Fastasy Sprites is a designer I've been following on Instagram and I'm obsessed with her Medusa pattern! I love all the detail and care that has gone into this design. If you like making dolls, absolutely browse through her Etsy shop while you check out this pattern!
This may not be the Mandrake you remember from Harry Potter, but it's way cuter! Olive from StringyDingDing even delves a bit into the history of mandrakes in her free pattern post, so if you want to learn some fun facts AND make a cute ami, check out this Mandrake pattern on her blog!
This has got to be the cutest Mothman pattern I've ever seen! Andrey from CozyPatternToys has created an adorable little cyptid here and if you're into all things fantasy and a little spooky, you HAVE to check out this pattern in their Etsy shop.
Why not finish out this list with one of my favorite cryptids, Nessie the Loch Ness Monster! This cute pattern by Jessica Ruse is quick and beginner-friendly! AND you can download it for free in her Ravelry shop!
Which of these fantastical patterns did you like the most? Or do you have a mythical creature pattern you love and want to share? Leave a comment below!
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