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Crochet Renaissance Faire Amigurumi Ideas | 9 Free Crochet Patterns

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Ren faire season is in full swing! It’s all about fun, fantasy, and capturing the mystique of the past. Whether you like to stroll around and check out the goings on, sell your wares as a vendor, or a little of both, these crochet renaissance faire amigurumi ideas will help you capture the magic of the faire in crochet form!

Renaissance faires inspire so many fun themes, like Medieval royalty, magical woodland creatures, and fantasy storytelling. The patterns in this roundup really emphasize that playful element. You can be a dragon trainer, a queen, or potion maker. Or act out fairy tales with fanciful crochet creatures. Where will your imagination take you?

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Table of Contents

Vincent the Shoulder Dragon

Dragon Claw Clutch Purse

Sillie the Sprite Elf

Flora Crown

Amigurumi Unicorn

Saoirse the Mouse

Mini Potion Bottle

Pinecone Amigurumi

Yoki the Dragon

Vincent the Shoulder Dragon

by Hooked by Kati

Vincent the Shoulder Dragon Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Make an entrance to the renaissance fair when you walk in with this gorgeous crochet dragon perched on your shoulder! If you’re looking for a crochet challenge, this free pattern is a great way to practice loads of intermediate amigurumi techniques, like using short rounds, surface crochet, and more.

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Dragon Claw Clutch Purse

by Hooked by Kati

Dragon Claw Clutch Purse by Hooked by Kati

This fun and practical dragon claw clutch purse helps you keep track of your phone, cash, cards, and other essentials at the ren faire. Amigurumi dragon claws guard your valuables and the thumb hides a magnetic clasp that keeps it securely closed. In addition to amigurumi techniques, you’ll also practice Tunisian crochet to make the carrying strap.

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Sillie the Sprite Elf

by With Alex

Sille the Sprite Elf by With Alex - Crochet Renaissance Faire Amigurumi Ideas)

From his antlers, to his long braids, to his Tunisian crochet kilt, the Sillie the Sprite Elf pattern incorporates so many fun details. You’ll find a link to the free pattern near the bottom of the post (look for the “Pattern Link” heading). But the scroll is worth it because this adorable character has his own short story. What’s even better, he’s just one of the more recent additions in a whole series of equally detailed fantasy character amigurumi patterns. Any of these would be great for a child or anyone who loves a good tale.

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Flora Crown

by Green Fox Farms Designs

Flora Crown by Green Fox Farms Designs

While this crochet crown isn’t strictly amigurumi, the 3D flower and leaf embellishments use shaping techniques that are handy to have in your crochet skill set. Plus, who doesn’t love to be queen (or king) for a day? The paid pattern comes in 8 different sizes so you can dress up as a whole royal family if you want.

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Amigurumi Unicorn

by Cuddly Stitches Craft

Unicorn Amigurumi by Cuddly Stitches Craft - Crochet Renaissance Faire Amigurumi Ideas

Kids will love to take this cuddly friend along to the renaissance fair. Or if you’re an adult who loves stuffies, there’s no shame in that, either! This beautiful crochet unicorn pattern is available for free. It links to helpful video tutorials that demonstrate various amigurumi techniques, such as the how to indent eyes and how to form the curlicues that make up her curly mane.

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Saoirse the Mouse

by Little Seal Designs

Saoirse the Mouse by Little Seal Designs - Crochet Renaissance Faire Amigurumi Ideas

This sweet little mouse amigurumi, with her tiny cloak and satchel, is part of a whole set of woodland characters, inspired by fantasy stories like Redwall and Lord of the Rings. They celebrate the joy of storytelling and are also made for play, with semi-poseable head and arms. It was so hard to choose just one to feature but you can buy them all from the designer’s site (linked below).

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Mini Potion Bottle

by Stitch by Fay

Mini Potion Bottle - Crochet Renaissance Faire Amigurumi Ideas

These little potion bottles are a good size for crochet keychains and would make a perfect small item for crochet vendors to sell at ren faires or craft fairs. And although the free pattern is simple, there are countless options for customization. You could add a heart charm for a love potion or make them in red and blue for health and mana potions.

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Pinecone Amigurumi

by Raffamusa Designs

Pinecone Amigurumi - Crochet Renaissance Faire Amigurumi Ideas

For centuries, including during Medieval Times, pinecones have symbolized human enlightenment and regeneration. They’re a timeless design element as well. The crochet version of these mystical symbols would lend some old-world charm to a vendor stall. The free pattern would also make delightful ornaments to sell.

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Yoki the Dragon

by DIY Fluffies

Let’s bring it full circle and finish off with another great crochet dragon pattern. I just couldn’t resist including this pudgy little kawaii dragon with his chubby belly rolls! The paid pattern shows you how to create a 7-inch dragon, which is the perfect size for snuggling and taking along on adventures. The advanced-level pattern provides a good level of challenge but reviewers say that it’s easy to follow. So if you want to level up your crochet skills, why not give it a try?

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