Free Crochet Dinosaur Patterns

If you are looking for free dinosaur crochet patterns, then you are in luck!

Below, I have rounded up a collection of dinosaur patterns, ranging from stuffed toy crochet dinosaur patterns (amigurumi) to crochet dinosaur hats and more!

While you are looking through each dino pattern, be sure to pay attention to the skill level, so you can pick one that is suitable for you.

Free Crochet Dinosaur Patterns

Free & Easy Dinosaur Crochet Patterns

Do you want to know the best part? These dinosaurs are all free crochet patterns, and they are easy to crochet too. You won’t find any paid crochet patterns here!

Explore the free pattern list below and pick your favorite dinosaur to crochet. My youngest son picked Dexter the Dino.

Amigurumi Dinosaur Tips

Since some of these Dino patterns require knowledge of Amigurumi, I’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks to help you learn.

Amigurumi is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small, stuffed yarn toys or creatures like these dinosaurs.

Take a look at this list to touch up your crochet skills and to help you make the best crochet dinosaur!

  1. 16 Amigurumi Tips & Tricks for Beginners
  2. Tips for Stuffing Amigurumi
  3. Amigurumi for Beginners

Supplies for Amigurumi Dinosaurs

Take a look below at the different weights of yarn, hook sizes and other things that work best for amigurumi dinosaur designs.

  1. Stitch Markers: stitch marker is important to keep track of the rounds you are working in most amigurumi patterns. Amigurumi is usually worked in continuous rounds, so it is critical to be able to keep track of the rounds with this marker.
  2. Crochet Hook: Most dinosaur patterns will use a smaller sized crochet hook than the yarn they are using calls for. This is because it will create a tighter single crochet stitch in the pattern, which in turn makes a cleaner looking end product.
  3. Safety Eyes: Most of the crocheted dinosaur designs you will find to make use safety eyes. These are typically plastic snap together pieces that form an eye in amigurumi. If you prefer not to use safety eyes, you can surface crochet eyes onto almost any of the patterns instead.
  4. Yarn: While almost any yarn can be used for amigurumi patterns, the most commonly used weight is Light/DK or Medium/Worsted weight yarn. A dinosaur made with DK yarn will be slightly smaller than one made with worsted weight medium yarn, but that is typically the preferred outcome.
  5. Stuffing: Most amigurumi will have stuffing, so this is an important material to have on hand. The Polyfill brand is my personal favorite to use for filling amigurumi projects.
  6. Yarn Needle: A yarn needle (or tapestry needle) will be helpful to create eyes if you aren’t using safety eyes, and also to weave in ends after you are done crocheting a Dino.

I can’t wait to see which crocheted dinosaur you pick. Happy Dino Crocheting!

Free Dinosaur Crochet Patterns

Amigurumi Crochet Dino

Skill Level: Easy
Pattern: Friendly Dino Pattern
Designer: The Friendly Red Fox

This cute free dinosaur pattern is called the Friendly Dino as named by the designer The Friendly Fox. If you can single crochet then you’ll have no trouble making this cuddly dinosaur stuffed toy! Follow her easy pattern to create a toy that any dino lover will enjoy.

Crochet Stegosaurus Pattern

Skill Level: Intermediate
Pattern: Hello Stegosaurus
Designer: The Button Ship

The designer at the Button Ship designed a cute stegosaurus crochet Dino for us! While the pattern is in UK terms she explains how to convert them to US terms. The whole stegosaurus is worked in single crochets so it uses simple stitches, but she encourages the use of stitch markers to make sure the Dino looks uniform.

Dinosaur Sleep Sack Pattern

Skill Level: Easy
Pattern: Dino Tail Sleep Sack
Designer: Yarnspirations

If you have been looking for the best Dino crochet patterns than this one could be it! This easy to crochet dinosaur blanket snuggle sack will be sure to please the Dinosaur lover in your life. It could be a crochet T-Rex or any Dino they can imagine!

Dexter the Dinosaur Pattern

Skill Level: Easy
Pattern: Dexter the Dino
Designer: The Magic Loop

Dexter is a beginner-friendly crochet toy that uses simple stitches. The designer has included step-by-step photos of Dexter being crocheted for help too! This free dinosaur pattern is a great first amigurumi pattern to try.

Dinosaur Crochet Spikes

Skill Level: Easy
Pattern: Dinosaur Spikes
Designer: Danyel Pink Designs

The step-by-step pattern for these crochet dino spikes can be added to any basic crochet hat designs! If you want to add them to a flap hat the designer has a linked a free one up to add these crocheted spikes to. These spikes added would make such a cute crochet dinosaur hat pattern!

Brontosaurus Appliqué

Skill Level: Easy
Pattern: Crochet Brontosaurus
Designer: Maria’s Blue Crayon

These small dinosaur appliques can be sewn onto a granny square or blanket to create a blanket! This is a cute way to make dinosaur blanket crochet pattern!

T-Rex Amigurumi Pattern

Skill Level: Intermediate
Pattern: Amigurumi T-Rex
Designer: Kristel Koevenig

This adorable crocheted T-Rex is a free Ravelry PDF! The designer states the dino is for an easy to intermediate skill level. This small dinosaur pattern is written in UK terms but can easily be converted. You could even change the color to purple and make Barney the Dinosaur!

I hope you enjoyed this collection of Dinos and found one you are going to crochet.

If you require any further assistance, be sure to message the designer of the pattern, so they can help you with any concerns about the dinosaur designs.

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