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11 Dino-mite Crochet Dinosaur Projects (for Kids AND Adults!)

They’re fun, they’re colorful and they’re all over the Craftsy pattern marketplace! Crochet dinosaurs are not just fun toys — they can also bring some fun to hats, blankets, booties and more.

Dinosaur Crochet Patterns

Crochet a cuddly toy, decoration or accessory with these fun dinosaur crochet patterns.

Plus, these crochet dinosaurs aren’t just for little ones. Many of the fun dinosaur-themed accessories come in adult sizes, so any dinosaur lover can wear them.

Amigurumi Crochet Dinosaur Pattern

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1. Amigurumi Dinosaur Bundle

This set comes with patterns for three different delightful dinosaurs. You can stitch them in traditional colors, but don’t be afraid to play around with unlikely color combinations, too!

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Dinosaur Security Blanket Toy Crochet Pattern

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2. Dinosaur Security Blanket Toy

Choose a soft, washable yarn for this cozy toy. The pattern can be used as a toy or as a cuddly blanket — whichever you choose.

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Dino Backpack Crochet Pattern

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3. Dino Backpack

This pattern uses tapestry crochet. If you’re new to the technique, check out our Fair Isle Crochet: Demystifying Colorwork class with Karen Whooley. You’ll practice your tapestry skills on a trivet, then you can get to work on this adorable backpack.

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Dino the Hand Puppet Crochet Pattern

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4. Dino the Hand Puppet

Entertain the kiddos with this fun, colorful hand puppet. You can even stitch several in different colors so kids can have a puppet show with a couple of different dinosaurs.

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Stegosaurus Dinosaur Rug Crochet Pattern

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5. Stegosaurus Dino Rug

This pattern can become fun decor in any kiddo’s dino-themed room. You’ll work in rows as well as rounds, and there’s a bit of sewing involved to assemble the rug.

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All Ages Dino Beanie Crochet Pattern

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6. All Ages Dino Beanie

When kids feel like they’re too old to pull off the full-on dinosaur hats, this pattern is a great alternative. This hat isn’t just for kids, though; there are also sizes for adults, too!

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 Baby Brachiosaurus Crochet Toy Crochet Pattern

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7. Baby Brachiosaurus Crochet Toy

The designer’s 13-year-old daughter created the design for this cute toy. If you’re making the toy for a young child, don’t forget to substitute the safety eyes. You can find lots of amigurumi eye options here.

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Dinosaur Dino Crochet Pattern

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8. Dinosaur Dino

There will definitely be some cuddling involved when you stitch this dino. Use any color you’d like, even unexpected colors. You can even use this as a nursery decoration until baby is old enough to hold and play with the toy.

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Dinosaur Hat Crochet Pattern

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9. Dinosaur Hat

There are two style options for this hat: a beanie and a hat with earflaps. The pattern includes sizes from everyone from babies to adults, and you can even omit the extras like the spots and spikes to make simpler hats.

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Baby Monster Booties Crochet Pattern

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10. Baby Monster Booties

Put a fun spin on those plain baby booties with this monstrously adorable pair of shoes. The pattern includes sizing from 0-3 months to 6-12 months, so it’s a perfect baby shower gift.

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Dinos Applique Crochet Pattern

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11. Dinos Appliqué

Add a cute little dinosaur to anything from a tote to a hat or scarf. You can even attach a pinback or magnet to these appliqué patterns so you can turn the dinosaur into a brooch that can stick to practically anything!

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FREE Guide: Crochet Cute Amigurumi Critters

Easy Amigurumi

Crochet your own adorable fluffy friends with essential tips and techniques. Get my FREE guide »

2 Comments

Carolina

OMG they are all so cute, love them!

Carolina 😉

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Abby Mydino

They are so beautiful and i will ask my Mom to study to knit them.

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