Recently I had a reader request dragonfly patterns, in memory of her daughter. This roundup is for her, and for everyone who loves these ancient and amazing insects! Here are 10 free crochet dragonfly patterns!
10 Free Crochet Dragonfly Patterns
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TINY Dragonfly by Kat Miller, on Blue Iris Learning Center: These teensy weensy thread dragonflies are precious!
Dragonfly Mobile by Emily Forrest, on Ravelry: Super fun decor for a distinctive nursery!
Dragonfly Appliqué by Janet Carrillo, on damn it Janet, let’s crochet!: Janet has fantastic applique patterns, and this one is no exception!
Dragonfly Chart by Michelle Ryan, on NezumiWorld: This would be lovely in thread filet, or as a lightweight baby blanket made with worsted!
A Single Dragonfly 12″ Square by Aurora Suominen, on One Crochet Day at a Time: Another amazing square from Aurora! This one would be super fun to add to the Moogly Afghan Crochet-a-Long too!
7005 Dragonfly by MYpicot: This one is completely charted, and you’ll have to scroll past a couple of butterflies to findthe PDF. But it’s so lovely!
Dragonfly Bobble Chart by Kari Philpott, on Ravelry: This chart is great for afghan square, dishclothes, you name it!
Lula the Blue Dragonfly by Teresa Alvarez, on Ravelry: Super cute, and dare I say cuddly?
3-D Crochet Dragonfly with Wire by Josey Louis, on Ravelry: This is definitely not for beginners, but it is amazing!
Pearl Eyed Dragonfly by Moriah Branham, on Crochet Amigurumi Delights: A simple and friendly amigurumi dragonfly!
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I have a pair that my aunt tatted for me and I am going to make earrings out of them.
They are very special as she has passed on.
<3 That sounds like a wonderful heirloom Melissa, and a great way to enjoy them!
I was just looking through your blog when I stumbled upon these dragonflies. Dragonflies are very special to me as they remind me of a girl I’ve been friends with for 25 years who was killed in a car accident seven and a half years ago. I’m definitely going to to have to try these out. I’d really like to send one to her mother. Thanks for posting these. <3
<3 Thank you Amanda!
I loved this roundup so much! Thank you for allowing me to feature it on CrochetStreet.com