Crochet a dinosaur with these fun prehistoric patterns. Both beginner and advanced crocheters will enjoy making one or multiple amigurumi reptiles.
You’ll find a variety of dinosaur patterns here, including a Brontosaurus, Triceratops, and more.
Dinosaurs are a group of reptiles that first appeared during the Triassic period, about 230 million years ago.
They dominated the land for more than 135 million years, from the beginning of the Jurassic (about 201 million years ago) until the end of the Cretaceous (65.5 million years ago) when they became extinct.
Making your own crochet dinosaur is a fun way to add prehistoric flair to your home decor or create a unique gift for friends and family.
1. Dinosaur Brontosaurus Amigurumi
This free pattern will show you how to crochet this cute Brontosaurus amigurumi. The Brontosaurus was one of the largest land animals to ever walk the earth. It could grow up to 70 feet long and weighed over 30 tons. Get the pattern for the Brontosaurus Amigurumi.
2. Crochet Triceratops Dinosaur
The triceratops is one of the most recognizable dinosaurs. It had a large head with three horns and a shield-like frill. It grew to be about 30 feet long and weighed more than 10 tons. Get the pattern for this Triceratops Dinosaur.
3. Dinosaur Softie
This cute dinosaur stands at around 9 inches tall. The head and body are crocheted in one piece. The nose, arms, legs, and spikes are worked individually and sewn on. Get the pattern for this Dinosaur Softie.
4. Dewey the Dinosaur
Here’s a free dinosaur pattern that you’re going to love. Dewey stands at around 8 inches tall and makes a great gift for the kids in your life. Get the pattern for Dewey the Dinosaur.
5. Tanner the Triceratops
Did you know that the triceratops was a plant-eater? It used its beak-like mouth to bite off leaves. It also used its horns for self-defense. Get the pattern for Tanner the Triceratops.
6. Tabitha the Triceratops
Tabitha the dinosaur is an intermediate pattern that includes detailed and easy-to-follow instructions. The large triceratops stands at 16 inches tall and the mini triceratops stands at 8-10 inches tall. Get the pattern for Tabitha the Triceratops.
7. Crochet Bohasaurus
The bohasaurus body is unstuffed, making it feel like a hybrid between a blanket and a stuffed toy. That makes this a wonderful gift for a child. Get the pattern for the Crochet Bohasaurus.
8. Rose and Lily Amigurumi
9. Toby the Triceratops
You’ll love crocheting this trendy crochet plush dinosaur. This pattern is great for beginner and experienced crocheters. Get the pattern for the Triceratops Plush.
10. Dinosaur Amigurumi
Play around with different color patterns when making your cute crochet dinosaur. This is an easy pattern that beginners will love making. Get the pattern for this Dinosaur Amigurumi.
11. Crochet Ankylosaurus
The Ankylosaurus was a plant-eating dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous period. It was covered in armor from head to tail. It had a club-like tail that it used for self-defense. Get the pattern for the Crochet Ankylosaurus.
12. Crochet Dinosaur Plushie
Crochet plushies are so soft and fun to make. This dino is made with chenille yarn, and the pattern is worked seamlessly. Get the pattern for this Dinosaur Plushie.
There are a variety of crochet dinosaur patterns available, so you can make your own mini reptilian zoo. These projects range in difficulty from easy to intermediate, so you can find the perfect pattern regardless of your skill level.
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