Frankenstein Crochet Monster Free Pattern

This crochet monster is more than just a charming Halloween decoration. Hey there fellow crafters and crochet enthusiasts! I’m thrilled to share a spooktacular treat with you all – the “The Foolish Frankenstein” crochet monster pattern!

If you’re looking for a fun and eerie project to sink your crochet hooks into this Halloween, you’ve come to the right place.

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Introduction

Crochet Monster Alert: The Foolish Frankenstein!

Calling all intermediate-level crocheters! Get ready to bring this charmingly creepy creation to life with your hooks and yarn. “The Foolish Frankenstein” is one of the stars from my “Creepy 2” collection, specially designed to add a touch of Halloween magic to your crafting corner.

With its adorable yet spooky design, “The Foolish Frankenstein” is the perfect blend of creepy and cute. Embrace the Halloween spirit as you embark on this crocheting adventure, giving life to a mischievous monster that will enchant both young and old.

Creepy 2 Collection: More Boo-tiful Patterns Await!

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These are my latest creepy patterns made exclusively for Halloween 2022. The patterns are well written and easy to follow, with many photo and video tutorials for beginners. Available in English. Instant download after payment.

Excitingly, “The Foolish Frankenstein” is not alone in its haunting charm. As part of the “Creepy 2” collection, you’ll discover a total of five delightfully spooky patterns. Alongside our stitched-together friend, you can also crochet an rabbit, a cat, a devilish creature, and a handful of mini ghosts to keep your festive spirits high!

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Frankenstein crochet pattern

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Crochet Monster Free Pattern

Are you ready to bring “The Foolish Frankenstein,” our adorable crochet monster, to life? I’m excited to guide you through the step-by-step process of creating this spooktacular amigurumi.

Before we dive into the crochet fun, make sure you have the right materials and tools on hand. For this project, you’ll need the following:

  1. Yarn: To create the perfect “The Foolish Frankenstein,” I recommend checking out my blog post on the best yarn for amigurumi. Choose your favorite Halloween colors to make your monster truly unique!
  2. Crochet Hook: Select an appropriate hook size that matches your yarn weight. I’m using these Hamanaka hooks
  3. Other materials and tools

This pattern is written in US terms and utilizes the most basic amigurumi stitches, making it accessible for crocheters of all skill levels. If you’re new to amigurumi, please take some time to read following articles:

Useful articles for beginners:

  • MR: Magic ring/ Magic circle
  • Ch: Chain stitch
  • Sc: Single crochet stitch
  • Inc: Single crochet increase stitch
  • Dec: Single crochet decrease stitch
  • BLO: Back loop only
  • FLO: Front loop only
  • BPSC: Back post single crochet stitch
  • […]*x: Repeat instructions x times
  • (…): Number of stitches of each round

With your materials and tools in place, it’s time to begin the spooktacular journey of crafting “The Foolish Frankenstein” crochet monster!

Start with light blue yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 4: [inc, 2sc]*6 (24)
  • 5: [inc, 3sc]*6 (30)
  • 6: [inc, 4sc]*6 (36)
  • 7: [inc, 5sc]*6 (42)
  • 8: 9sc, [inc, 4sc]*2, 11sc, [inc, 4sc]*2, 2sc (46)
  • 9: [inc, 22sc]*2 (48)
  • 10: 10sc, [inc, 3sc]*3, 12sc, [inc, 3sc]*3, 2sc (54)
  • 11: 54sc (54)
  • 12: 12sc, [inc, 2sc]*2, 21sc, [inc, 2sc]*2, 9sc (58)

Change to red yarn

  • 13-16 (4 rounds): 58sc (58)
  • 17: 11sc, [dec, 5sc]*2, 14sc, [dec, 5sc]*2, 5sc (54)
  • 18: [dec, 7sc]*6 (48)
  • 19: 48sc (48)
  • 20: [dec, 6sc]*6 (42)
  • 21: 42sc (42)
  • 22: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)

Start stuffing.

  • 23: [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 24: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 25: [dec, 2sc]*6 (18)

End stuffing.

  • 26: [dec, sc]*6 (12)
  • 27: 6dec (6)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

BODY

Start with black yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 4: [inc, 2sc]*6 (24)
  • 5: [inc, 3sc]*6 (30)
  • 6: [inc, 4sc]*6 (36)
  • 7: [inc, 5sc]*6 (42)
  • 8: [inc, 13sc]*3 (45)

Change to brown yarn

  • 9-10 (2 rounds): 45sc (45)
  • 11: [dec, 13sc]*3 (42)
  • 12-15 (4 rounds): 42sc (42)
  • 16: [dec, 5sc]*6 (36)
  • 17-20 (4 rounds): 36sc (36)
  • 21: [dec, 4sc]*6 (30)
  • 22-23 (2 rounds): 30sc (30)
  • 24: [dec, 3sc]*6 (24)
  • 25: 24sc (24)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

Stuff firmly.

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ARMS (x2)

Start with light blue yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 4: 18BPSC (18)

Change to brown yarn

  • 5-6 (2 rounds): 18sc (18)
  • 7: [dec, 4sc]*3 (15)
  • 8-10 (3 rounds): 15sc (15)
  • 11: dec, 13sc (14)
  • 12-13 (2 rounds): 14sc (14)
  • 14: dec, 12sc (13)
  • 15: 13sc (13)
  • 16: dec, 11sc (12)
  • 17: dec, 10sc (11)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

Stuff lightly.

LEGS (x2)

Start with light blue yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 4: [inc, 5sc]*3 (21)
  • 5: 21BPSC (21)

Change to black yarn 

  • 6-7 (2 rounds): 21sc (21)
  • 8: [dec, 5sc]*3 (18)
  • 9-10 (2 rounds): 18sc (18)
  • 11: [dec, 4sc]*3 (15)
  • 12-13 (2 rounds): 15sc (15)
  • 14: [dec, 3sc]*3 (12)
  • 15: 12sc (12)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

Stuff lightly.

EYES (x2)

Use white yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [3inc, 3sc]*2 (18)
  • 4: 18BPSC (18)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing. 

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BOLTS (x2)

Use gray yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)
  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [3inc, 3sc]*2 (18)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing. 

HAIR

Use black yarn

  • 1: 6sc into MR (6)

Do BLO for all stitches from here

  • 2: 6inc (12)
  • 3: [inc, sc]*6 (18)
  • 4: [inc, 2sc]*6 (24)

Put the wrong side facing you and do FLO: ch 5, ss into the next stitch, repeat for all remaining loops.

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.

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ASSEMBLY

  • Sew the body to the head. (img.11-12)
  • Use black yarn to embroider the scratch at the boundary of the color-changing part on the head (img.13)
  • Sew the eyes to the head from round 3 to round 8. *Do not stuff. (img.14-15)
  • Use black yarn to embroider the edge around the eyes. (img.16)
  • Sew the hair to the top of the head.
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  • Sew the arms to the body at round 24 (img.19). Right arm (img.20) / Left arm (img.21)
  • Sew the legs to the body at round 6. (img.22)
  • Use black yarn to embroider the nose to the head at round 3, the mouth at round 6, and the eyes. (img.24). Use white yarn to embroider the teeth. (img.25)
  • Sew the bolts to the head from round 13 to round 14. (img.26-27)
  • Use black yarn to embroider the cross stitches on light blue part of the legs and the arms. (img.28)
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And there you have it, my fellow crafters – your very own “The Foolish Frankenstein” crochet monster is complete! I hope you had a fantastic time stitching up this spooktacular amigurumi and enjoyed bringing a touch of Halloween magic to your crafting corner.

If you have any questions, need help, or simply want to show off your finished “The Foolish Frankenstein,” feel free to reach out to me through the comments or on my blog. I’m always here to support and celebrate your crochet creations!

I’m beyond excited to see the monstrous wonders you create using these patterns. Share your finished projects on my blog or social media #lennutas, and don’t forget to tag me @lennutas! Your creativity and passion are what make our crochet community so vibrant and inspiring.

As we bid farewell to our playful creation, don’t forget that there’s an entire world of amigurumi out there waiting to be crafted! Keep an eye on my blog for more crochet monster patterns, along with other adorable creatures and exciting projects to spark your creativity.

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If you’re still hungry for more crochet monster goodness, my “Creepy 1” and “Creepy 3” collections are waiting to be discovered. These pattern sets are filled to the brim with a variety of adorable and spooky creatures that will surely inspire your next crochet adventure.

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Keep those crochet hooks flying and your imagination soaring – the world of crochet monsters is vast and full of endless possibilities. Happy crocheting, my dear friends!

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