If you are a fan or know someone that is, here are some whimsical knitted Pokemon patterns. These are great designs that any Pokemon fan will love to have.
Pokemon took the world by storm, and there has been no looking back. Its fandom has grown over the years and now there are video games, cartoons, Trading Cards, books, toys, collectables and more.
21 Pokemon Knitting Patterns
Check out our list of 21 Pokemon knitting patterns below. There are plush dolls, scarfs, hats and more. We have included something for every member of your family.
1. Pikachu Pokemon Knitting Pattern by PatternsNProtosypes
Here is your chance to knit your very own Pikachu plush doll. This cuddly toy will surely bring a smile to the face of fans of all ages.
The Pokemon knitting pattern is knitted flat on two needles. It is suited for intermediate level to advanced knitters. To complete Pikachu, you will need to know stocking stitch, short rows, turning, increasing and decreasing techniques.
You will also need to know how to sew. The finished doll is approximately 9.84 inches (25 cm) tall.
2. Jiggypuff Knitted Pokemon Plushie Toy Pattern by LittleWhitsKnits
How cute is the Jigglypuff? He is the perfect size for kids to cuddle. This is an easy-to-follow Pokemon knitting pattern that is great for beginners and intermediate level knitters. There are a lot of helpful pictures, and each row is numbered.
All pieces are knitted flat on straight needles and sewn together. The finished Jiggypuff measures approximately 7.09 inches (18 cm) tall.
3. Fun Knitted Pokeball Drawstring Bag Pattern by MyStrawberryDesignsUS
Carry your necessities around in one of these fun Pokemon-inspired drawstring bags. These cute Pokeballs are easy and fun to make.
Each ball is knitted on 2 needles and sewn up. This easy project is a great way to use up leftover yarn. Finished, the bags measure approximately 8 inches tall by 16 inches in circumference.
4. Pokeball Beanie Knitted Pokemon Pattern by juanamac
True Pokemon fans will love keeping warm with this Pokeball beanie. All their friends will want to know where they purchased this fun hat.
This free Pokemon knitting pattern is easy to understand. We would recommend it for an advanced beginner to intermediate level knitter.
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5. Magikarp Hat Pokemon Knit Pattern by WinterWindsFiberCo
Here is another awesome Pokemon hat pattern. It may not be as practical as the Pokemon beanie, but it is fun. The Magikarp knit hat pattern is one size fits most adults.
6. Venonat Pokemon Knitting Pattern by PatternsNPrototypes
Every Pokemon fan would be ecstatic to receive this plush Venonat. You can bet they do not have this fun little creature in their collection.
The Pokemon knitting pattern is knit flat on two needles. It is suited for intermediate level to advanced knitters. To complete Venonat, you will need to know stocking stitch, short rows, turning, increasing and decreasing techniques. You will also need to know how to sew. The plush figure measures approximately 10.63 inches (27 cm) tall.
7. Pokemon Squirtle Inspired Fair Isle Slouchy Knit Hat Pattern by PamigurumiMakes
This slouchy hat knitting pattern features a large image of Squirtle. He is surrounded by water droplets, bubbles, and sunglasses.
The imagery on the hat is one large design. You must be able to follow a graph and knit with colour stranding. There are instructions for two adult sizes. To make a smaller hat you can adjust the gauge.
8. Togepi Hat Pokemon Knitting Pattern by MagicSheepCreations
Here is a whimsical hat that children will love wearing. You will not have to worry about them constantly taking their hat off when it’s cold.
The Pokemon knitting pattern is primarily knitted in the round. This downloadable PDF knitting pattern includes 4 different sizes from 1 year old to teen.
9. Mini Jigglypuff Free Pokemon Knitting Pattern from MadKatrina’s Knitting Blog
Make a bunch of these mini Jigglypuffs to give to your friends or as Christmas gifts. The pattern is free, and each character takes very little yarn to complete.
To make Jigglypuff, you will need 2.5 mm circular needles. The pattern starts with a magic loop and is worked in the round.
10. Meowth Pokemon Knitting Pattern by LittleWhitsKnits
Knit this adorable Meowth pattern for yourself or as a gift. Children will love snuggling with this cuddly doll.
This easy-to-follow pattern is perfect for a beginner to intermediate level knitter. Each row is numbered and there are a lot of pictures. All the pieces are knitted flat on straight needles, then sewn together. Finished, Meowth measures approximately 9.84 inches (25 cm) tall.
11. Pichu Hat Knitting Pattern by MagicSheepCreations
Even if your kid hates wearing a winter hat, they will love wearing this one. This PDF Pokemon knitting pattern is for a child-size hat/pre-teen.
The pattern uses DK weight yarn. It is mostly knitted in the round on 4mm circular needles.
12. Who’s that Pokemon?! Pokemon Pattern Designs by MamaRuDesigns
This Pokemon pattern can be used for knitting or cross stitching. It includes 32 of the original ‘who’s that pokemon?’ silhouettes, Ash, Misty and Brock silhouettes, the Pokeball, and the faces of Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Squirtle and Charmander.
You can use the pattern to knit a blanket, pillow, or whatever you choose.
13. Gyarados Knitted Pokemon Pattern by LittleWhitsKnits
An intermediate level knitter can make this plush Gyarados Pokemon character. This would be the perfect addition to any Pokemon collection.
The pattern is easy to follow. There are plenty of pictures and each row is numbered. Everything is knitted flat on straight needles and sewn together. You will need DK weight wool, 4 mm (US size 6) needles, polyester stuffing, scissors and a yarn needle.
Finished, Gyarados measures approximately 15.75 inches (40 cm) long and 11.82 inches (30 cm) tall.
14. Pokémon Wristlet by Johanna Gistvik
Show off your love of Pokemon while playing Pokemon Go. This wristlet wraps around the wrist. The size can easily be adjusted. The free pokemon knitting pattern uses worsted weight yarn and US 2 ½ (3 mm) needles.
15. Pikachu Scarf Knit Pattern by PrincelyByMarilyn
A Pokemon hat is not enough to keep you warm on those cold winter days. You need a Pikachu scarf too.
The scarf is knitted using a garter stitch. There is also a little bit of crocheting involved for the eyes, nose and cheeks. Embroidery is used to make the mouth. This pattern is easy to make and is suitable for a beginner knitter with crochet knowledge.
You might also want to check out these Infinity Scarf Knitting Patterns.
16. Fennekin Inspired Pokemon Knitting Pattern by MadeByDevrie
Fennekin is the perfect fun-loving character to snuggle up with on the couch. With a simple colour change, you can make a grey fox as well as an orange fox.
This pattern is for and intermediate to advanced level knitter. The skills required to complete this Pokemon knitting pattern include knit, purl, increase, decrease, sewing, working in the round, and working flat. There are line-by-line instructions and many photos to help you along the way.
17. Pikachu Tail Scarf by Christina
This whimsical scarf was designed after Pikachu’s zig zag tail. This free Pokemon knitting pattern uses decreasing and increasing stitches on opposite sides to create the effect.
The pattern uses moss stitch to keep the scarf from curling up. You can make the project easier by only doing knit stitch, but this will shorten the scarf.
18. Magikarp Knitted Pokemon Pattern by LittleWhiteKnits
The Magikap pattern can be used to make a gift for a Pokemon fan or someone that loves fish. Magikarp measures roughly 7.87 inches (20 cm) tall. He is the perfect size for cuddling or displaying on a shelf.
This easy-to-follow pattern can be completed by a beginner to intermediate level knitter. Each row is numbered and there are plenty of pictures. Each piece is knitted flat on straight needles, then sewn together.
19. Mudkip hat knitting pattern by MagicSheepCreations
Here is another amazing Pokemon hat that kids will adore wearing.
This downloadable PDF knitting pattern has 4 different sizes from 1 year old through to teen. For the most part, the Pokemon knitting pattern is knitted in the round. Double pointed needles are used to knit the gills.
20. Knitted Pokemon Squirtle Pattern by JessSoutheyArt
Everyone will love this squishable little Squirtle plush doll. Its big eyes are cartoonish and delightful.
Beginner to intermediate level knitters can knit this Pokemon knitting pattern. It uses stocking stitch and increasing/decreasing. The finished plush Squirtle measures approx. 4.7-5.3 inches (12-13.5cm) in height
21. Fun Knit Pokeballs Knitting Pattern by MyStrawberryDesignUS
These super cute Pokeballs are easy to make, and can be completed by an advanced beginner that is comfortable using double pointed needles. The balls are made on 2 needles and sewn up.
It can get boring knitting the same items over and over. Change up your routine and have fun with your next project by working on one of these knitted Pokemon patterns.
If you are looking for a unique gift idea for a fan of Pokemon, knit up some Pokemon projects. The projects are fun and will surely be a hit. Most of the patterns listed can be worked up quickly, even by a beginner.
So, what are you waiting for? Make one or more of these Knitted Pokemon patterns for yourself or someone else today.