Fall always reminds me of fairies, falling leaves, little mushrooms popping up through the fallen leaves and squirrels gathering nuts for the winter. These free crochet mushroom patterns set the mood for crochet by the campfire.
There’s something so charming and whimsical about crocheted mushrooms. They make for great decorations in the home, and can even be used as pins and ornaments. Mushrooms are one of my favorite things to crochet. They’re so cute and they’re so easy to make! I’ve collected a bunch of free crochet mushroom patterns so you can make your own little mushroom friends.
Fun Free Crochet Mushroom Patterns
So, if you’re looking for some fun and festive mushroom crochet patterns, you’ve come to the right place. From classic toadstools to mushrooms with quirky personalities, there’s a design here for everyone.
In this blog post, I compiled 31 amazing patterns. Although the fairy house isn’t exactly beginner-friendly pattern, it is definitely a great collaborative project to work on with the kids.
These patterns are all free to use, so feel free to crochet as many mushrooms as you want! I hand-picked and clicked ALL of them to make sure they are FREE.
Most of these mushroom patterns will use a worsted weight yarn, however, some of the mushroom stuffie patterns will use a super bulky yarn, which you can find at your local yarn store.
I just ordered a bunch for the festival at my grandsons school in December, and I know the large ultra-plush mushroom patterns tend to use bulky velvet yarns by Bernat or Premier. So that’s what I ordered.
I’m looking forward to crocheting some of the large mushroom stuffy patterns for sure!
Other popular patterns include shawls, hats, and blankets that feature mushroom designs. No matter what your crocheting skill level is, there is likely a mushroom pattern out there that is perfect for you.
To get started crocheting your own mushrooms
You’ll need some basic crocheting supplies, like yarn, a crochet hook, and a tapestry needle. You’ll also need some polyester stuffing and some wire for the stems. Once you have all of your supplies, you’ll be ready to start crocheting!
A couple must have crochet notions for creating amigurumi are safety eyes and a stitch marker. They come in handy while working in the round to mark the first stitch of the round.
Each of these free patterns will list what supplies you need to get started for creating these adorable crochet mushrooms.
Stitches and Crochet Techniques You Need to Know to Create Amigurumi Mushrooms
- Working in the front loop
- Double crochet
- Slip stitch
- Working in the back loop
- Creating a magic ring
- A sc inc (single crochet increase)
- Sc dec (single crochet decrease)
I love the mushroom amigurumi patterns, so let’s get on with it! You’ll find the perfect pattern to crochet today, I just know it!
On to the good stuff – all the free crochet mushroom patterns!
Cute Crochet Mushroom Patterns (amigurumi)
Some of the most popular patterns are for small amigurumi mushrooms stuffed mushrooms that can be used as decorations or toys. Here is my list of the cutest free ami's out there!
Crafty Crochet Mushroom Projects
If you're looking for creative crochet mushroom projects, this is the section for you...grab your crochet hooks for some fun!
Crafty Crochet Mushroom Accessory Patterns (bags & home decor)
My daughters has a house full of mushroom decorations. I think it's become an obsession at this point. I have a feeling I'll be crocheting this mushroom granny square bag for her for Christmas. For sure. Here you will find crochet mushroom patterns for the home and to spruce up your outfit.
More Amigurumi Style Patterns You May Love
Crocheting your own mushrooms is a great way to add some personality to your home décor. Plus, it’s a lot of fun! Mushrooms are so cute and there are so many free crochet patterns of them online!
I love how you can find patterns for all sorts of different mushrooms, from the classic red and white spotted ones to more exotic varieties.
There are so many fun and creative ways to use mushrooms in your crochet projects. You can make them into amigurumi toys, appliques, keychains, and more. And since they’re usually pretty small, they’re perfect for using up leftover yarn.
I am always looking for ways to use up my yarn scraps. These cute patterns are a perfect way to use up the scraps.
I just love all these free crochet mushroom patterns, they are so adorable! They will make great gifts for fellow crocheters who love mushrooms. Be sure to share this post with them so they can check out these cute patterns for themselves.
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you found some inspiration to crochet some magical mushrooms. They will make a great last minute crochet gift and a nice crochet project for those avid crocheters out there.
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