Mushroom mania is in full swing! From fairy lanterns to gnome homes, mushrooms have been popping up everywhere this year. If you’ve been looking for a way to bring a little bit of these popular fungal friends into your home, these 25+ free crochet mushroom patterns will help you create adorable amigurumi mushrooms and toadstools that are sure to bring a smile to your face.
Whether you’re a total beginner or an experienced crocheter, these flexible patterns will help you make magical mushrooms of your own in no time. So, let’s take a look at these amazing free crochet mushroom patterns and get ready to make something special!
These free crochet mushroom patterns are available in a wide range of sizes and they can be crocheted in many different types and colors of yarn.
Free Crochet Mushroom Patterns
I started searching online (we had a pattern lookup request for mushrooms) and I found quite a few crochet patterns for mushrooms and toadstools available for free online. Some of these patterns remind me of the mushrooms from Super Mario, some from Gnomes and Fairy Tales and others are much more realistic.
I was able to locate the following free crochet mushroom patterns:
- a handful of cute amigurumi mushroom patterns
- a 2-inch toadstool crochet patterns
- a 6-inch toadstool pattern
- button mushroom patterns
- a crochet mushroom potholder pattern
- mushroom mug rug (brand-new for 2022)
- toadstool pillow (brand-new for 2022)
- glow in the dark mushroom necklace pattern
- mushroom granny square (I love this one!)
- a magical mushroom house pattern
- mushroom applique
- mushroom keyring
- toadstool tin caddy
- crochet mushroom coin purse
- mushroom tote bag crochet pattern
- mushroom earrings pattern
- toadstool pencil toppers (super cute!)
- mushroom keychain pattern
- red and white mushrooms
- mushroom purse pattern
- mushroom c2c blanket
So, where can I find these mushroom crochet patterns?
You can find all the patterns I located, listed by pattern name beneath the collage image below. For each pattern, I have included the suggested yarn weight and crochet hook size, as well as, the direct links to the free pattern.
Some of the mushroom patterns are located on Ravelry and are available as free PDF downloads, others are available straight from the Indie Crochet Designers on their crochet pattern websites.
Have fun choosing your favorite crochet mushroom patterns and making your favorite fungi!
Scroll to the end of the post to learn:
- How to crochet a mushroom (video)
- How to crochet a mini mushroom (video)
Free Crochet Mushroom and Toadstool Patterns
2 Inch Toadstool Crochet Pattern
This 2 inch toadstool pattern is available from Amigurumi to Go. You need Medium Weight Yarn  and a 4 mm (G) hook for this project.
Free Crochet Mushroom Pattern
Ashley from The Loopy Lamb has designed an adorable little softie mushroom with Medium Weight Yarn  and 3.5 mm (E) hook. Each little Fun Guy measures approximately 4.5 inches tall.
Colorful Mushroom Crochet
This free crochet pattern for colorful mushrooms was designed by In the Yarn Garden. She used Fingering Weight Yarn  and a 2.5 mm hook for her project. Her free mushroom pattern post includes a photo tutorial.
Nadia, from YARNutopia, designed these little button mushrooms with Medium (Aran) Weight Yarn  and a 3.5 mm (E) hook. She has filmed a video tutorial to assist with the pattern.
Mushroom Potholder Crochet Pattern
This crochet mushroom potholder pattern is available from Lion Brand Yarn. To make this project you will need Medium (Aran) Weight Yarn  and a 4 mm (G) hook. The finished mushroom potholder measures 8.5 inches.
Mushroom Mug Rug
I love these crocheted mushroom mug rugs from Divine Debris. I think these would also look cute in a little frame. You will need Medium Worsted Weight Yarn  and 4 mm (G) hook for this project. The finished mushroom mug rugs measures 3.7 inches X 5 inches.
Toadstool Pillow Crochet Pattern
Annemarie Benthem has designed a 2 cute Crochet Toadstool Pillows. The small toadstool pillow measures 27 cm high and the large toadstool pillow measures 35 cm high. The free pdf is available from Ravelry.
Away with the Fairies Afghan Square
The Away with the Fairies Afghan Square was designed by Lettice Rose. It features adorable little mushrooms in crocheted rounds. It is super unique and a 12 Inch mushroom granny square when finished using Medium Weight Yarn .
Get the free crochet pattern for this little mushroom applique from Olena at Golden Lucy Crafts. For this project you will need DK Weight Yarn  and a 3.25 mm (D) hook. The larger mushroom measures 8.5 cm tall and the smallermushroom measures 6.5 cm tall.
This adorable Amigurumi Mushroom Buddy Crochet Pattern was designed by Stitch by Fay. You will need DK Weight Yarn  and a 2.5 mm hook to make this little cutie!
Stuffed Mushroom Earrings
These fun, lightweight mushroom earrings were crocheted with Size 10 Crochet Thread and a 1.9 mm hook. The free pattern is available from Divine Debris.
Toadstool Pencil Toppers
These cute toadstool pencil toppers were designed by Fay Lyth. She used DK Weight Yarn  and a 2.5 mm hook. The finished mushroom pencil toppers measure approximately 2 inches tall.
Vintage Mushroom Blanket
This vintage Mushroom blanket was designed using the half double crochet c2c stitch, by Jessie at Home. For this project you will need DK Weight Yarn  and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook to make a finished blanket measuring 34 inches X 43 inches in size.
Glow in the Dark Mushroom Necklace
This cute little mushroom necklace has a removable cap so you can store items inside. The mushroom pouch was designed by Regina Weiss. You will need DK Weight Yarn  and a 3.75 mm (F) hook to make the project. Get the pattern here.
Magical Mushroom House
This magical Mushroom House was designed by Ingrid Geerings. She used Acrylic Yarn and a 3.5 mm (E) hook for the Mushroom House. Get the pattern here.
Make this fun crochet mushroom keyring with the free pattern from Emma Raymond. You will need Fingering Weight Yarn  and a 2.5 mm hook. The finished amigurumi measures 6 cm (2.3 inches in size). Get the pattern here.
Toadstool Tin Caddy
This unique Toadstool Tin Caddy was designed by Matt Farci. For the project you will need Medium Weight Yarn  and a 3.5 mm (E) hook. Get the pattern here.
Little Mushroom Amigurumi
The Little Mushroom Amigurumi pattern was designed by Zorba Katerina and is crocheted with Sport Weight Yarn  and a 2.5mm hook. This little fungi measures approximately 7 cm (2.7 inches). Get the pattern here.
Crochet Mushroom Coin Purse
This whimsical crocheted Mushroom Coin Purse was designed by Osage County Crochet. You will need Medium Weight Yarn  and a 3.75 mm (F) hook for this project. Get the pattern here.
Mushroom Tote Bag
I love this mushroom tote bag! You can use these adorable mushroom appliques on other projects too. This crochet mushroom pattern was designed by Rachel Veenstra and it is available as a free PDF from Ravelry. You need Medium (Aran) Weight Yarn  and a 4.25 mm (G) hook for this project. Get the pattern here.
The Little Mushroom pattern is available from Grietje and uses Creative Cotton, no.80 and no.05
and a crochet hook no.3. The finished mushroom measures 4.5 cm tall. Get the pattern here.
Mushroom Keychain Pattern
This free pattern for a Mushroom Keychain was designed by Miss Dolkapots Krafties. The size of the finished mushroom is approximatively 3 inches when crocheted with a 2.75 mm crochet hook. Get the pattern here.
Festival Mushroom Purse
The Festival Shroom Purse was designed by Crochet with Carrie. You will need Medium Weight Yarn  and a 6 mm (J) crochet hook. Get the pattern here.
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