Mix and Match Monster

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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

5 Little Monsters Travelling Through Space…

Space or not, these ultra-cute crochet monsters will definitely tickle your ami imagination. Therefore, with Christmas and New Year’s behind us, here are some fun projects to make with mo holiday theme. These adorable and wholly agreeable monsters will be your child’s best friends. This post will surely be a precious source of inspiration for you. So many fun ideas to choose from! The links to free patterns are under the photo.

10 free crochet monster patterns

Mix and Match Monster

Little Monster

Such a little monster, such great potential! This adorable figurine can decorate your desk or become your best friend’s favorite keychain. It will also be an amazing companion for playdates and long walks in the park. Your family evidently needs this monster designed by Elisa’s Crochet!

Crochet Monster

The original pattern and the photos are available on Elisa’s Crochet:

Little Monster

The photos are on @elisascrochet’s Instagram here and here.

Amigurumi Monster

Plush yarn is always a good idea! Even in the world of crochet monsters, trust us! These cuties are all set and ready to take over your collection of patterns and your little ones’ toy boxes. Will you give them a chance? This pattern translated by Bumbee Crochet is absolutely heart-melting.

Amigurumi Monster

The original pattern and the photos are available on Amigurum:

Monster

Mix and Match Monster

Here is another great idea. Why not leave the design process to the kids? let your kids draw their dream crochet monsters on paper and then transform them into real toys. On the Chai Coffee Crochet webpage, you will even find a special monster design worksheet.

Mix and Match Monster

The original pattern and the photos are available at Chai Coffee Crochet:

Mix and Match Monster

Mike Wazowski from Monsters

Can you recognize this adorable little fellow? Obviously, we all can! It’s Mike from Walt Disney’s movie Monsters. Have your little monsters seen it already? They would certainly appreciate the company of this amigurumi cutie during the next screening. Those cuties were made by Free Amigurumi (upper photo) and Amigurumi Book (lower photos).

Mike cute monster amigurumi pattern

The original pattern and the photos:

Mike Wazowski – upper photo

Mike Wazowski – lower photo

A Little Love Monster

We have enormous amounts of love for this project designed by the brilliant author behind The Cookie Snob. How do you feel about it? If you need an awesome stash buster, this is evidently it. So many color possibilities to choose from! We are excited! Are you?

Amigurumi Monster

The original pattern and the photos are available on The Cookie Snob:

A Little Love Monster

More info is on Ravelry here.

Little Monster

These lovely monsters with googly eyes will be your kids’ favourite. Although they are monsters, they’re still friendly and look it too. It’s a monster pattern that can be an appropriate gift for a kid of any age.

little monster

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:

Little Monster

Amigurumi Nessie

This is an interesting project for intermediate-level crocheters. Nessie is a beautiful critter that gives its namesake a sweet and cuddly demeanor. It’s made in rounds, has four flippers and a long tail, and will be a favorite of many young explorers. If your little explorer is VERY little, we suggest using crocheted rather than plastic eyes. After all, who knows, the Loch Ness monster may actually taste nice.

Skills:  Easy      Designer:  26 Donuts

Nessie

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here:

Amigurumi Nessie

Baby Monster Amigurumi

Do you want to crochet a monster but you are worried that you do not have enough experience? No stress! Here is a free pattern by Crafty is Cool for absolute beginners. This is an easy, quick, and fun project to make. On top of that, it is a genius stash-buster too!

Baby Monsters Amigurumi

The original pattern and the photos are available on Crafty is Cool:

Baby Monster for Beginners

Read our post about this project here.

Little Monsters

Little Monsters is a funny project, because with no effort you can make a bunch of them. Easy to personalize, cute an lovely will be your kids’ favourite companions.

Little Monsters

The original pattern and the photos are available on on Ravelry:

Little Monsters

Ice Cream Monster Yeti

This crochet monster is certainly more sweet than spooky! Would you agree? We admire the creativity of its author Anita Suria so much! Even beginner will surely have loads of fun with this uncomplicated pattern. What colors will you go for?

Crochet Monster

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:

Ice Cream Monster Yeti

Crochet Mummy Idea

Alright, we know. This isn’t your typical amigurumi monster! You have to understand though. What were we supposed to do? We couldn’t resist sharing it with you the moment we first saw it! Isn’t this idea absolutely awesome? So on point!

Mummy

The photo is on @vyazunchikispb’s Instagram here.

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2 Comments

  1. Shona Robinson says:

    These are so cute. I can’t wait to try one.

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