Super Mario Heros free crochet patterns

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So, Christmas is done and we have to look for other inspirations.

Therefore, why not look for inspiration from some favorite characters, which are now entertaining the third generation of video game fans? Of course, everyone’s favourite character will be different, but you will definitely find one here. Whether it’s Mario himself, or indeed any of his assorted friends and foes, will surely tickle your Nintendo nostalgia. Moreover, these are all simple, easy Super Mario crochet patterns, and will thus work up quickly and be lots of fun to crochet.

Super Mario Plushie Free Crochet Pattern

This Super Mario is so amazingly huggable and, any kid will love him, and any adult too.

Super Mario Plushie

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Super Mario Plushie

Amigurumi Yoshi

Ooooooh Yooooooshi! You have to love this cute and adorable little dragon!

Yoshi AMIGURUMI

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Amigurumi Yoshi

More info about photographed project here.

Super Mario

Next, it’s a me, Mario! Here is an excellent ami for a Super Mario game fan which they can take to school. Thus, they can have their favorite, but still not be distracted.

mario scaled

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Mario

Mushroom Rug

Now, your kids can always get superpowers from their own super mushroom rug.

Mushroom Rug

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Mushroom Rug

Toad and Toadette

Playful and cute as a button, and thus always a favorite, this mushroom couple will be a sure hit.

Toad and Toadette

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Toad and Toadette

More info about photographed project here.

Piranha Plant

For all of those of us who are old enough to remember spending hours helping a plucky plumber navigate the dangers in his efforts to rescue Princess Peach, here is a pattern that will bring a nostalgic tear to the eye. With this piranha plant on your desk, you simply can’t but help to hear the Mario tune in your head. Bring out the kid in us grizzled gray birds, or show your kid what great things your childhood held

Piranha Plant

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Piranha Plant

More info about photographed project here.

1Up Mushroom

Next, why not help the Super Mario game fan get extra jumping and goomba stomping power with this amazing amigurumi mushroom? These amazing and life-like characters are straight out of the game.

up mushroom scaled

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1Up Mushroom

Mario Mushrooms Free Crochet Pattern

Super mushrooms from the Super Mario games are a cute character that give Mario his superpowers. Also, due to their acorn-like appearance, they are an easy topic to crochet because of the simple basic shape. Make one for your kids or make one for someone older, who has been a Mario fan for a long time. Both will appreciate these equally.
SUPER MARIO mushroom
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Mario Mushrooms

Photo source: MarionHassold and  Ada van Iwaarden.

Super Mario 1-Up Mushroom Free Crochet Pattern

Together with Lego Mario, the game gets new fans among toddlers and kids all ages. What could be a better gift for a toddler than a gigantic plushie Mushroom to play, hug and sleep with?
SUPER MARIO mushroom
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  1. Thank you for your lovely free patterns. I make toys for a charity that gives them to children from domestic violence homes as well as other charities. I asked my çontact to let me know when they would have enough and she said that they would never have enough. I probably average three toys or more a week and have now been making them for about a year. Obviously, saving money where I can is a big help. So a very big THANK YOU from all concerned.

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