Crochet a frog for your collection, or to give as a gift! These free crochet patterns are perfect for both beginners and experienced crocheters. Most of the frogs are about 8 inches tall, making them the perfect size for cuddling. Follow along with these easy crochet tutorials to make your frog today.
1. Ribbert the Crochet Frog
The first free crochet pattern on our list is the Ribbert crochet frog pattern from ‘Bella Coco Crochet’. This frog is made using basic crochet stitches, making it a great pattern for beginners.
The finished frog measures approximately 8 inches tall. And is sure to be a hit with the little ones!
2. Fancy Frog Amigurumi
The Fancy Frog Amigurumi crochet pattern is another great pattern for beginners to have a go at. The completely free pattern and tutorial on ‘Tiny Curl’ go over everything step by step in a very easy-to-understand way.
After completing this project you will be left with a super cute frog measuring 7 inches tall, and wearing a cute little hat!
3. Mini Frog
We all know and love no-sew patterns as being very easy to complete, and these mini frogs from ‘Stitching with Sab’ are no different. Even a complete beginner would be able to make one of these mini frogs in less than an hour so it’s a great article to check out if you are just getting started in the world of crochet!
These mini frogs are perfect to have as key rings or to hang off school bags or handbags, and would be a hit at craft fairs!
4. Crochet Amigurumi Frog
The best thing about this free crochet pattern? It’s a video tutorial so you can pause and follow along with all the steps to creating your perfect little frog in just 50 minutes!
If you’re new to the Amigurumi style of crochet this is the perfect starting point and if you would prefer written instructions there is a link under the video!
5. Frog Applique
These frogs are so adorable and can be used for a variety of things such as appliques, key chains or embellishments on other projects. The pattern is available for free on the ‘Twinkie Chan’ blog and is a great pattern to use up some of your scrap yarn, From the bigger frog projects!
6. Cute Rainbow Frog
If you are not a big fan of the standard green frog, then this super cute rainbow frog is for you!
You can check out the video tutorial for this one from the very well-known crochet channel ‘ComplicatedKnots’ which takes you through everything step by step from picking the right yarn to assembling the finished product!
7. Poppable Mushroom Frog
We love these super cute poppable mushroom frogs from ‘Ribblr’ as they are really unique! This is another completely free beginner-friendly pattern, that doesn’t require much experience or supplies to have a go at.
If you’re looking to improve your crochet skills this is one to attempt as it uses some slightly more complicated techniques to achieve a stunning result!
8. Frederick the Frog
The ‘Cuddly Stitches Craft’ Free crochet frog pattern, is quite a bit larger than the frogs on this list so far sitting at 14 inches tall! This is one of those crochet projects that looks a lot harder than it is!
Give this one a go and shock your family and friends with your crochet skills, whilst creating a cute cuddly friend!
9. Frog Wall Hanging
If you’re looking for something a little different from the normal frog teddy bear then you should try this, these frog wall hangings are great for kids’ bedrooms or playrooms and if you are a little creative can easily be personalized with your child’s name!
10. Tree Frog
This mini tree frog is really cute and if you are familiar with the spiral crocheting technique it will be a doddle for you to make!
This is one of those projects that you can whip up in no time at all and would be perfect for using as a key chain or bag charm! Be sure to add some cool safety eyes to make your new little frog friend stand out!
11. Mushroom Frog Backpacks
If you want a truly one-of-a-kind backpack for carrying around all your crochet supplies why not give this one a go?
The mushroom frog backpack from ‘Crafty Kitty Crochet’ Is a great project for someone who has some experience with crochet and is looking for their next challenge! Add cute Buttons or even one of the frog bag charms from above to make your froggy bag even more special!
12. Boris the Frog
Boris is a chubby frog pattern that uses the amigurumi technique to create a stunning, soft playmate perfect for a birthday or Christmas gift!
You can find the completely free pattern on the popular crochet website ‘Hooked by Kati’. Once Boris is finished he stands a proud 8 inches tall, and if you added a heavy bean bag he would make a great unique doorstop!
13. Scraptacular Frog Amigurumi
This scraptacular frog pattern is as easy as they come a true beginner crochet project, that as the name suggests can be made using leftover yarn from your bigger projects!
The scraptacular frog has both a written pdf pattern and a video tutorial so we are sure anyone from beginner to expert can complete this one!
14. Swamp the Frog
This simple frog crochet tutorial from ‘DIY-100 Ideas’ leaves you with a great cuddly frog that all the family will love!
The video tutorial is very easy to follow and can be completed in just 30 minutes. This frog uses mainly just one yarn color so you won’t need to buy balls and balls of yarn for ting details, which is always a bonus for a beginner who doesn’t have masses of crochet supplies!
15. Frog Bookmark Amigurumi
This bookmark made using the amigurumi style pattern is perfect for avid readers or anyone who wants to add a little bit of cuteness to their day!
The pattern is worked in rounds using single crochet stitches throughout so it’s a quick and easy one to complete! Again this one uses just one yarn color for the body of the frog and another for the eyes but you could always add safety eyes instead to give your bookmark that extra touch!
16. Ribbit the Frog
The ribbit frog from ‘Darlingmaple Designs’ is another great project if you want something other than the dull green color normally used in the designs.
This pattern uses two colors for the frog’s body, white and blue, which makes him stand out from the other frogs on this list! The Ribbit frog is also worked in rounds but this time uses a mixture of single crochet and half double crochet stitches which makes it slightly more challenging than some of the other projects, perfect for a crocheter that wants to improve their skills!
17. Frog Keychain
These super cute little fog keychains can be completed in just 20 minutes, so are perfect for when you want a quick project!
This is a beginner-friendly project but the small parts can be a little fiddly so it will require some patience! You can make these little guys using any yarn you have left over from other projects, so they are perfect for using up those odd balls of wool, to create something useful!
18. Easy Frog Amigurumi
If you are used to following crochet patterns online then you know how easy the PDF format patterner are to follow, most of the time you have to pay a premium for a pattern of this quality but ‘AmigurumiDay’ are giving this one away completely free!
To make this pattern even more beginner friendly they have included a glossary of common crochet abbreviations to make the patterner even easier to read and understand!
19. Crochet Frog Hat
Who wouldn’t love to receive a cute crocheted frog hat for Christmas or their birthday?
We would put this project into the intermediate category as you have to adapt it for sizing that’s where crocheted clothing gets a little more complicated. But this one is still well worth attempting as the tutorial from ‘Repeat Crafter Me’ breaks everything down into bite-size chunks with little explanations along the way!
20. Royal Looking Frog
The final crochet frog pattern on our list is a simple yet great one from ‘Spin a Yarn Crochet’ that simplifies and breaks down the amigurumi technique perfectly after completing this project you will be left with new froggy friends and the skills to attempt many more amigurumi projects in the future!
The pattern is made up of separate flat pieces which once assembled make a pretty little frog complete with a crown!
There are so many FREE frog patterns to choose from on our list and we could have gone on forever! But we hope that we have inspired you to get out your crocheting supplies and give one of these froggys a go! No matter your crochet skill level there is something for you here!