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I am a massive Disney fan (in-case you didn’t already know!), I love the movies, the parks, the characters, the shows…….just everything! So for me, mixing two of my loves together makes the perfect combo! Crochet and Disney = Disney inspired crochet patterns!!!
I have hand-picked and put together a collection of my 10 favourite crochet patterns. They are by brilliantly talented designers, from all around the world. So grab a cuppa, scroll through and enjoy!
This gorgeous Minnie Mouse sweater can be found over at Once Upon a Cheerio, Juli has a free pattern and a separate post with a step by step tutorial to help guide you through making this. The inspiration behind this sweater is so cute!
These adorable Anna and Elsa hats will put a smile on any Frozen fan’s face. Amber from Amber Simmons has included toddler, child and adult sizes, Yay! Oh! and Amber happens to have a little corner of her blog dedicated especially to Disney, so don’t forget to check that out too.
This adorable little fella can be found over at Shannen’s Ravelry page Sweet N’ Cute Creations , once you’ve made your very own ‘experiment 626’ I’m sure you’ll go back to make another of her amigurumis.
How cute is this Minnie Mouse bib? by Stephanie of All About Ami. You can leave the bow off and you’ll have a Mickey bib!, Stephanie also has a pattern on her blog for the sweetest little Minnie Mouse Ears!
Just look at this picture! these little beauties are the work of Jaclyn from The Crochet Queen Designs. This pattern is for her princess ball gown skirts and straight skirts, have a snoop around and you’ll find a pattern for Moana the Island girl and a certain little yellow guppy fish, Flounder.
If you love Harry Potter and Star Wars, then have a look at Anouck’s other designs!
These lovely little booties are designed by Olivia from Hopeful Honey. You will be spoilt for choice over on her blog. You’ll find Mickey, Minnie and Winnie the Pooh nappy (diaper) covers, Minnie Mouse booties, and the cutest hats, Donald and Daisy Duck and Sully from Monsters Inc.
Finding Nemo and Finding Dory are some of my favourite Disney films, so when I found this amazing little hat by Ashleigh from Sewrella, I knew I had to share it with you all. Ashleigh also has a very cute pattern for floral Minnie Ears, which I know you’ll want to make too once you see them!
This little cutie can be found over at Holly’s Hobbies Ravelry page, holly has too many great patterns to list, but you must check out her Wizard of Oz characters and my personal favourites her Halloween characters!
OK, so this isn’t actually Disney Bunting as such, but the colours are themed around Mickey Mouse and Cruella De Vil. If you’ve visited my blog before, then you’ll recognise this as a pattern my Me! which can be found here. Just think of the endless Disney colour options you have? make it in Green, turquoise and purple for a Monsters inc. theme, red, white, blue and yellow for Snow White, and all the colours for UP.
Thank for stopping by, Happy Hooking!