Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with ketchup. Actually, I understand they prefer chocolate. Either way, this week I bring you a round up of dragon patterns. One can never have too many dragons and there are so many different dragon patterns to pick from starting with dragons for kids to impressive oriental dragons.
Speaking of impressive oriental dragons, let’s start with this one from Gail Hovanec over on Ravelry.
I am totally in love with this guy. I am forever impressed with some of the crochet patterns people have come up with and this one is no exception. I wish my brain worked in such a way that I could come up with patterns like this.
This pattern is a great idea that I found on Ravelry. It’s a combination of two different patterns: This Game of Thrones inspired dragon egg . This is a pattern you have to buy. If you would prefer a free pattern, there is a different variation of this style egg on Bad Mushroom. The dragon (wyvern) is by Kati Galusz. It is also a pattern you have to buy. I am sure there are other dragons that you could make that would go well with the egg.
This is really an awesome idea, putting these two patterns together. Such an ingenious idea!
I feel like no dragon collection would be complete without Toothless from How to Train Your Dragon.
I have seen a few patterns for Toothless, but this one by Nichole’s Nerdy Knots is by far my favourite.
If you want a smaller Toothless, you can find one at Sarselgurumi.
I like to keep the patterns that I put in these round ups free, and I have already included one pattern that would require purchasing…so I am going to include another because the more I look at this, the more I love it.
This is an awesome dragon scarf by MyntKat over on Ravelery. Be sure to click on the link there to check out all the pictures of this one. I’m not sure it would do much to keep one warm in the winter because of how it wraps, but it would be awesome as every day ware. Talk about your conversation starter! It would also make a great gift!!
If I’m going to include Toothless, I should probably include Charizard. Yarn colours are listed for both the normal and shiny versions.
I collect Pokemon patterns and I keep telling myself that I am going to make all of them. The reality is I would be making Pokemon the rest of my life. This is probably my favourite Charizard pattern.
This is another pattern that I just love (and, once again, it has to be purchased) because it allows you to completely create your own dragon, from body shape to scales you get to pick how it goes together. You could make dozens of different dragons from just this one pattern and when you start considering all the colour possibilities, you have an endless supply of different dragons!
I could seriously go on forever here about every crochet dragon pattern on the net and why I want to make it. If there isn’t one here that you want to make do a quick Pintrest search and you will find everything from toys to blankets to dragon inspired clothing.