Raccoons are the perfect crochet project. Whether you want to create a stuffed amigurumi animal or crochet a raccoon blanket, there is a great pattern out there for you.
Here we will take a look at some of the cutest raccoon patterns around the web to give you some inspiration for your next project.
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Crochet Raccoon Patterns
This adorable amigurumi pattern is fun to make and results in a cute raccoon that measures about 2.75″. You need intermediate crochet skills, and the pattern also calls for a little bit of felting and embroidery as well.
If you’re looking for a good amigurumi tutorial, this is a great option.
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If you want to make a larger raccoon plushie, this pattern creates a 9.8″ tall toy. The pattern is pretty easy to follow if you have some basic crochet skills.
If you want to create something a little unique, this raccoon lovey blanket makes the perfect handmade gift. This finished project will be about 18 inches long.
This pattern is a great 2 in one choice. You get one raccoon wearing a dress and one wearing a scarf. These are perfect decorative pieces to add to your growing amigurumi collection.
Kevin the raccoon is another adorable pattern that creates a 9″ sitting raccoon. It’s fun to make and the design is great.
These raccoon toys measure about 5.5″. This one is pretty easy to crochet if you have some basic skills. Overall a great project to make!
This free amigurumi raccoon pattern is from one of our favorite sites, Amigurumi Today. It creates a uniquely adorable stuffed raccoon. Overall an excellent option if you’re don’t want to pay for the pattern.
8. Raccoon Amigurumi Video Tutorial
Another free pattern option, this video tutorial helps you to create a super cute raccoon plushie. Follow the instructions in the video above!
There are a lot of great patterns out there to follow. Don’t get overwhelmed by the choices.
Whether you’re looking to support a designer with a paid pattern or looking for a free option to get your feet wet with a new crochet project.
We’re confident one of the patterns we’ve covered here should give you enough inspiration to get started.
If you’re new to amigurumi check out our guide on the best amigurumi yarn.