You won’t be able to wait to make these adorable Crochet Toadstool Fairy Houses and they’re fabulous FREE Patterns.
You can add Crochet Gnomes or Butterflies and the tiny door opens and closes! It would seem there really are fairies at the bottom of the garden and now you just need to work out what colors to use for your houses, and where to put them.
The stitches used in the Crochet Mushroom House are sc (single crochet) and dc (double crochet).
Annaboos House is the clever creator behind these free patterns and her website is full of tutorials and other free patterns that you are bound to love also.
How To Crochet Mushroom Houses Video
We have included a video tutorial that gives you a basic understanding of what is involved when it comes to crocheting a Mushroom House. To view, click Play above ^
The Crochet Mushroom House Free Pattern uses Amigurumi which is a popular, widely used Japanese art. It combines crochet and in many cases knitting and sewing.
Crochet Mushroom House via Mala Designs
We found these adorable Crochet Mushroom Houses on a German Crochet Site called Meeks Sandy Girl– The Creator makes them and sells them.
It shows the type of creations you can make with a little bit of thought. Whilst it’s only inspiration, we are sure if you put your thinking cap on, you can come up with something similar.
Crochet Mushroom House via Meeks Sandy Girl (no pattern)
Be sure to save this chart showing US and UK Crochet Hook Sizes and Terminology. It will come in so handy for your projects!
The Magic Ring or Loop is used in many Crochet patterns and it’s easy to do once you know how!
You can also use your Crochet Mushroom Houses as a table decoration or grouped on a wooden log as shown above.