If you’re following me on Pinterest you may have noticed that I suffer from a serious case of crochet Amigurumi awe. Unfortunately for me, I am useless when it comes to crochet so I thought I would share these 10 patterns inspired by video games for any crocheter out there who actually knows what on earth they’re doing!
Once made, these patterns would make a fantastic gift for the gamer in your life, or serve as a great way to gamify your own home or office space.
World of Warcraft Tauren
This pattern for a male Tauren by tinyAlchemy is available for roughly $6AUD.
This Minecraft Creeper pattern is available for free over at Nerdigurumi.
Link from Legend of Zelda
Nope, I still haven’t played a single title in the Legend of Zelda series, but I can still appreciate how cool this little guy looks! Links to the free Zelda pattern plus his accessories by All About Ami can be found here.
Yuna from Final Fantasy X
Ah, Final Fantasy X, my gateway drug into fantast RPG’s. This Yuna pattern by BuburuStar is available on Etsy for roughly $7AUD
Pikachu from Pokemon
This cutie Pikachu pattern by Golden Jellybean is available for free over on her website.
Lux from League of Legends
While MOBA’s still scare the shit out of me, 27 million other people play League of Legends daily! This Lux pattern by tinyAlchemy is available on Etsy for roughly $5AUD
Tails from Sonic the Hedgehog
This Tails pattern by Beverly Arnold is available as a free download from Ravelry.
Chell + Companion Cube from Portal 2
This Chell + weighted Companion Cube pattern by Nerdigurumi is available for free over on her website.
Mushroom Set from Mario Bros
The pattern for these cute little Mario Mushrooms was created by Wolfdreamer and is available for free over on her website.
Chocobo from Final Fantasy
This gorgeous Chocobo pattern by Hooks ‘n’ Games is available for free over on her website.