I Crochet Things has a number of free Pokemon patterns on her blog, including this Substitute Doll, plus there’s the Water Starter Poplin, and even a cute Squirtle!


oh and not forgetting her adorable free pikachu, wearing the cutest mini Ash hat!


If choosing which of these awesome patterns to make is giving you a headache, then maybe you'll like this brilliant free Psyduck pattern by loopycatherine. You'll find loads more of awesome free Pokemon patterns on Catherine's blog, including a jigglypuff, snorlax and meowth!


If it's a super-quick Pokemon project that you're after, then you can't beat this cute keychain by Gstoregallery.


If you fancy sharing your love of Pokemon with everyone you meet, why not hook up this Pokeball hat by Sparkle & Doom Designs.


And Plumdrop Designs has a kids’ hat, and a Pokeball pattern too.


And we couldn’t resist including this Pokeball teapot cosy! Designed by Lise Mendel at The Eye of the Beholder, it’s simple to adapt to fit your own teapot.


Before you start, remember to check whether the pattern you’re using is in UK or US crochet terms – you'll find our handy conversion chart here!


Matt SpiersDigital Assistant, Gathered

Matt Spiers is a crochet artist and designer who has been overseeing Gathered's crochet articles for over 2 years. He previously worked as Digital Assistant for Simply Crochet magazine and is our in house video editing pro. What started as a hobby a decade ago led to Matt developing a passion (and then a career) with crochet. As well as still regularly writing and designing for Simply Crochet magazine, Matt is a crochet artist in his own right, having displayed and created crochet installations at festivals and fibre events across the UK. You can keep up to date with Matt at @onemancrochet on Instagram.

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