We know you’ll love these beautiful crochet dragonfly patterns for appliques, toys and more. They are absolutely adorable …
These crochet dragonfly patterns all have one thing in common – you can make them any way you like!
All of the patterns on this page use specific sized hooks and yarns, but you can feel free to change them up however you like! Whatever you decide, we’ve included all the best patterns to try.
These little crochet dragonflies from blogger Julia at JKW Designs are so easy to make, and so much fun to change up! This pattern is available for free and can be found here
Crochet Dragonfly Pattern Video Tutorial
In this video, Maggie’s Crochet walks you through crocheting a beautiful dragonfly pattern. This pattern is a little bit different, having a more flat look than the other patterns we’ve seen so far. Click Play above to view ^
This pattern that we featured at the top of our post is available on Ravelry. It’s a little different from the ones we’ve posted so far as it’s a ‘3D’ crochet dragonfly as opposed to a flat applique. It can still be used to adorn anything you like and can be made into a pin, magnet or even a mobile.
This gorgeous crochet dragonfly has all lots of different elements in their wings. It’s a bit more of a challenge to crochet, but the end result is worth it.
We love the delicate look of the wings on this dragonfly! This pattern is another free download from MyPicot.
This sweet looking dragonfly toy can be made using any sort of yarn you like along with a G hook. Of course, you could always use a larger hook and bulkier yarn to make a bigger toy. You’ll also need some polyfill and safety eyes.
This sweet looking dragonfly was made as an ornament but can be used for any project you’d like. It’s a very simple project – a great amigurumi to start with if you’re a beginner, and a snap for advanced crocheters.
This free pattern from Sabrina’s Crochet is a real cutie. We’re sure that you have someone in mind to make this for.