The Ultimate list of video game crochet patterns
Whoa, epic! These video game crochet patterns cover everything from Mario to Skyrim and beyond. Whether you’re a gamer yourself or you know one, this ultimate list of crochet projects is epic.
Crocheting it old school with the Mario Brothers (and their friends)
The Mario Brothers are a classic on the gaming scene. Many of us grew up with Mario, Luigi, Bowser, and Princess Peach, and we look forward to every new Mario Kart and Super Smash Brother release. Whether you want to look like a hero or a villain, we’ve got you covered.
This pattern contains elements of knitting and crochet as well as in-depth video tutorials to explain different techniques. The designer recommends Cascade 220 yarn.
This little Kirby with Super Smash Brothers hats is perfect for a beginner to amigurumi. This free pattern features Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Solids, a perfect choice for any amigurumi.
Remember these guys? No?
How about now? Yes, our friend Bullet Bill was the bane of our video gaming existence. Now you can crochet one to remember him by, with this free pattern download.
The Legend of Zelda’s crochet hooks
This franchise also belongs to Nintendo, and I don’t even care that there are over 20 games in it’s timeline. I’m a Hyrule resident for life.
These triforce gloves will keep you warm on your quest to save the prince or princess. The pattern uses US crochet terms, and uses a mirror image to make the design equal on both gloves.
Every adventurer needs a Link hat in their life, and this one is perfect. This super cute hat uses US crochet terms and features worsted weight yarn.
Gotta Catch ‘Em All
Some of us shunned consoles in favor of handheld devices, and the Gameboy reigned supreme as the undisputed best handheld system for a long time. I don’t know about you guys, but Pokemon was my ultimate favorite Gameboy game. (Spoiler alert: I did, indeed, catch them all.)
These Pokeballs are super cute and I love how seamless they look. These could also make a good cat toy if you filled it with catnip! Check out this free pattern from the RibbelMonster blog, which uses Schachenmayr Catania yarn.
When we collected Pokemon cards, we knew that Charizard was the card to get. They sold on eBay for buckets of cash, and most of us never even saw one. This free pattern means you can have your very own Charizard!
Build it up with Minecraft
Minecraft stormed onto the video game scene and stole the show. Whether you’re building an ancient metropolis or working with friends, this game is highly addictive.
This pattern will make any Minecraft enthusiast happy, when they can wear this hat and creep around corners. It’s a super simple project that even a beginner can handle.
Crochet yourself a creeper that’s guaranteed to not blow up your creations. This little guy stands about 6 inches tall, the perfect size for snuggling.
Are you Dragonborn?
Fus Ro Dah! If you love Skyrim, you should show your enthusiasm with some good old crocheted goodness. Even after 10 playthroughs, you won’t get bored with this game or this project.
Crochet this with some black yarn and you’ll be all set for the Thieves’ Guild. This pattern includes instructions for small, medium, and large sizes.
Five Nights at Freddy’s
The indie game scene has grown exponentially since Steam hit the scene – and one of the most popular indie games has been the Five Nights franchise, rife with jump scares and allusions to ”the bite of ’87.”
In the latest installment of the series, we got to meet these sweet plushies – or could they be something more? From Foxy’s trademark hook to Chica’s ”Let’s Eat” bib, these fuzzy ”friends” have got it all.
Rocking it old school
We all have fond memories of the old school 8-bit games – remember the old days with this pattern.
This 8-bit scarf is simple enough for a beginner, and it perfectly suits any video game enthusiast. We can’t get enough of this pattern!