Odile the Dragon
Charlie the Celestial Dragon is the a fun and challenging amigurumi pattern or even a great piece of home decor for any dragon-lover. Her body twists in a curlicue, allowing her to stand up on her tail or wrap around your arm. The celestial dragon, also called the Chinese dragon or the Eastern dragon, is a symbol of prosperity. It flies through the sky without wings, often found wrapped around the pillars of temples, bringing good fortune to the emperor.
Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge8 sts x 8 rows in sc = 2” x 2”
Finished Size15” tall x 8” wide x 8” deep
Toby is all about the hugs! Inspired by a baby doll with a sewn on blanket, this dragon can use his wings to wrap up for his nap. He lays on his back and is perfect for small arms to rock to sleep or push in a baby buggy. In addition, this baby dragon fits so nicely in the crook of your arm, it's impossible not to snuggle him. Whether you are a confident beginner or an expert plushy artist, this Amigurumi pattern come equipped with everything you need to succeed. Furthermore, when you are finished with your project you will have learned new and useful skills for your art form and created a beautiful piece to cherish! Thanks Kati for sharing this free pattern. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting!
Check below link for free pattern..
The amigurumi Dragon that actually breathes fire! I've given instructions for a fiercer looking dragon or a sleepy more friendly looking dragon. There is a video showing how to make the fire for his mouth too. The fire is removable There is a written pattern that can be printed off. There is a 14 part video series on youtube that will take you through each part of the dragon including stuffing, shaping and assembly (and fire) I've left nothing out.
Crochet Hook 4.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Finished Size 16-18 inches tall
To begin with, here is a burning crochet project right out of the fairy tales. Undoubtedly this fire breathing dragon is a great addition to your kids' mythological playground. Moreover, it's also highly cuystomizable, so you can adapt it to very particular dragon lore preferences.
The full article about this pattern is on https://www.amigurumitogo.com/blog:
More info about project photographed on Ravelry.