Crochet Articuno Pokèmon Pattern!

Hello everyone! This post is coming out a little bit later in the day, but it’s so worth it! This week, I finally finished making, designing, and writing up the pattern for my crochet Articuno. Before I even started, I was struggling to picture how I would make this come together in a way that I was happy with, but in the end, I decided to just start and see how it went.

And it went AWESOME!

I’m so pleased with this guy and I can’t wait to give him to my niece. She requested him so many months ago, and although I made my crocheted Charizard and a Snorlax for her brothers without any problems, Articuno had me stumped. But that girl has been so patient. Finally, she’ll have her Pokèmon too!

Crochet Articuno Pattern

 

Here’s a little bit about this pattern:

  • He’s 18 inches tall and has a wingspan (from the tip of one wing to the other) of 13 inches.
  • This crochet Articuno is constructed in parts, which are all seamed together at the end.
  • The main stitches used are single crochet and half double crochets, so it’s easy for beginners too.
  • There are pipe cleaners in his legs and tail so they are posable.
  • He’s a little top heavy, so he won’t stand on his own unless he’s leaning against something

This pattern is available for sale in my shop here, on Ravelry and on Craftsy. It’ll be up in more places soon, so I’ll add them when I get them up.

Related: Crocheted Snorlax Pattern

The PDF is 13 pages and includes a ton of info:

  • Everything about the sizing and gauge
  • A list of materials
  • All the skills and techniques that went into this crochet Articuno
  • Pattern details and pictures for each body part
  • A few diagrams/step by step pictures to help with the more complicated sections
  • Close up of assembly and instructions on placement
  • And so, so many pictures!

crochet articuno pattern

I hope you guys like this and give it try! Or, if you’re more of a Charizard or Snorlax fan, try the patterns for those guys! I’m super pleased with this and I really think this is my favorite pattern yet. Let me know what you think in the comments below!

I’ll see you guys soon 🙂