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Top 10 Free Crochet Patterns Inspired by Disney

If you don’t have an idea or can’t find a suitable pattern for something Disney related, we had made an effort to find the TOP 10 free crochet patterns inspired by the all-time favorite fantasy characters. Take a look…

Disney Minnie Mouse Amigurumi Crochet


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Is there anyone who doesn’t love Minnie Mouse? Here is a perfect pattern for crocheting a Minnie Mouse Amigurumi to make a perfect gift for a little girl. The pattern is not only free but also very detailed and easy to follow. Even beginners can crochet this adorable doll.

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Princess Anna Crochet Hat


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Frozen is so huge right now. Everyone loves Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, and the adorable Olaf. So obviously, we have Frozen inspired patterns included in this list. This one is so stunningly beautiful. We just had to share it. It is a free pattern that will teach you how to crochet an Anna inspired hat. Such a perfect thing to give to a little girl.

Mickey Mouse Inspired Baby Booties Crochet Pattern


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Oh boy, these booties are so cute! There is a Mickey, and Minnie Mouse version included suitable for baby boys and baby girls. They make such an adorable present for a newborn. The pattern is for booties for 0-6 months old babies or 9cm in length.

Anna & Elsa Crochet Hats


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Ok, they’re just too many awesome Frozen-inspired crochet patterns that we can’t resist sharing. This one is one of them, and it is for making the cutest ever Anna and Elsa crochet hats. These are great for princesses’ role-plays as they have crocheted hair and the recognizable Anna and Elsa braids.

Alice in Wonderland Crochet Doll



Was Alice in Wonderland one of your favorite Disney cartoons? Well, here is a free pattern for a charming doll inspired by the main protagonist. Just look at the details of the doll – the dress, the thighs, the apron… Lovely. And the pattern itself is very detailed and easy to follow. You can download it or print it.

Snow White



Snow White is the first Disney Princess, and she is widely popular. No child doesn’t love her, so choosing her for a crocheted project will surely be a win. This pattern is for a Snow White amigurumi that is very cute and detailed. It resembles Snow White in everything – the hair, the dress, the white skin. And the best part is that the pattern is free to download.

Daisy and Donald Duck Inspired Baby Hat



Daisy Duck is such a cutie! She has the most adorable lashes and a big pink bow. How about a baby hat inspired by this beloved Disney character? Yes, we have the perfect pattern for it. This hat will look beautiful on a baby girl’s little head, but we have something for the boys as well. A Donald Duck inspired hat pattern is included as well.

Rapunzel Doll



Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair! We love Tangled. And Rapunzel’s hair, of course. Braided and with all those flowers in it. This crochet doll looks just like her. The “free spirit pattern” was used to create this Rapunzel doll. You will have to be a bit creative for the hair and dress, though.

Elsa’s Crown


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Here is something easy that even beginners can try and make. The tutorial is very detailed, with step-by-step instructions and photos. We love the idea of a crocheted version of Queen Elsa’s crown. This is a great budget gift as it can be made for just $3.

Winnie The Pooh Doll



Winnie The Pooh is one of the most adorable Disney characters. We love the look of this crocheted doll – it resembles Winnie perfectly. Best of all, the tutorial is very detailed with photos and all, so even though we recommend this pattern for intermediate skill level crocheters, we think even beginners could follow it easily.

7 thoughts on “Top 10 Free Crochet Patterns Inspired by Disney”

  1. According to the description above the Minnie Mouse pattern is suppose to be free. Well it says $7.99 did anyone find it for free, or did you pay for the pattern?

  2. It is very likely that it was free when the page was made but they patterns do not stay free forever on crafty, so the offer was probably finished by the time you went on the website.


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