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Baby Dragon


Our BB workshop was working hard for the past month. First I started with little tutorial on different variations how to make crocheted eyes for your dolls and toys. When started I though how it would be piece of cake, but then simple crocheted eyes turned out into so many different sub-groups.

I ended up with comic eyes to crochet, eyes made in layers, 3D crocheted eyes, simple black eyes, human eye shape….  At the end realized it will take me a lot of time till finished and shared with you.

As I didn’t want to stay to long, from my blogging, I decided to take a break creating something new.

For a long time we didn’t make crocheted toy, and so far I have never made a dragon (and I love dragons. I love Fantasy world and to me sometimes feels as I am living in one). For that reason I decided to make one dragon. Baby dragon to start with.

Pattern is easy, but is pretty long one with all the photos I added, so instead of writing it all here I have added a .pdf in Free Patterns page and decided to treat you with additional photos of two of my dragons born in my BB shop.

First I made a boy one. It is the green one you can see on the photos, but even If I haven’t mention he was a boy you would notice it straight away.

Girl dragon was the second one I worked on, wile testing the pattern and adjusting it so everyone can make a dragon to keep or share.

They are both so adorable and to be honest thinking on hiding them when my nieces will come over so they don’t take them away from me (joking).

They measure only 13 cm or 5 inches when seated and are as sweet as candies.

Leaving you with several photos of my babies I hope you will enjoy.


Wishing you all wonderful Friday and blessed end of the week.


Baby girl dragon by Vanja Grundmann-AmigurumiBB Free pattern

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94 thoughts on “Baby Dragon

  1. Another lovely amigurumi! Just as always 🙂

    1. Thank you very much sweety 🙂

  2. hi
    i have some problem with the arms. i can´t get what you mean at row 3 and 4 you have 18st and at row 5 it should be 12st, but i don´t understand how.
    can you help me please cathrine

    1. Hi Catherine,
      I made mistake when writing down the pattern. Missed decreasing round and didn’t have time these days to change the pattern with newer version.
      Here is how row 4 and later should be:
      R4 sc1, popcorn, sc1, popcorn, sc1, pop corn, sc12 (18 sts)
      R5 dec5, sc6 (12 sts)
      R6-R9 sc12 (continue as in the pattern)
      Sorry for the inconvenience

      1. hi
        if you do 5dec and 6st it can´t be 12sts in the row if i counted right. i did 1dec in row 4 (last 2st) and then 5dec and 6 st in row 5. just to have them(dec) over the pop. (18-5=13) 🙂

      2. there are 6 dec in one row
        dec5, sc6, dec1 =12
        will go and check it again
        but this what I just wrote is how the pattern should go 🙂

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  4. Hello! I love the dragon and I decided to do it! I´ve been taking a look to the pattern and I already have two questions. When you say “Stitch 2 sc in one stitch” is an increase, right? And another one about the ears, in round 2 you say “ch1 turn”, thats 1ch and then turn around? sorry 🙁

    1. 2 sc in one is increasing stitch
      ch1 turn means you are working in rows. after finishing one, you chain and turn to work the second row back.
      ANd no worries, please feel free to ask whatever you need help with.

      1. Ok! so when you say “2sc in one” is the same that when you say “inc”, right? Thank you!

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    1. Thank you Jasa, and you are very welcome 🙂

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