Super Mario Bros – Free Crochet Pattern Round Up

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Super Mario Bros – Free Crochet Pattern Round Up

Mario is a famous Nintendo mascot, spanning generations through multiple platforms. The original Nintendo, boy, wasn’t that an exciting time. My brother and I got one for Christmas when we were young, I must have been around eleven. Super Mario Bro came with the system, as well as Duck Hunt and a cool gun to shoot at your tv. More than once I shot that dumb dog at the bottom for laughing at me for missing ducks. 8-bits of blocky entertainment and we loved every second of it. When we could get the cartridges working, that is. “If I just blow really hard one more time I know I can get Balloon Fight to work”. And, “for the love of all that is holy, do NOT step near the system, you might reset Zelda! We are trying to beat the game and the “save” is no longer working”. It wasn’t perfect, but it was awesome.

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Video games have come a long way since that first NES. Let’s see there was the Super NES, which was a big step up. Super Mario 3 was on that system if I’m not mistaken. Gosh what a great game!! Then N64, which I didn’t really play much of. My brother had one, but I was not a big fan of the controller. Too big maybe? Then the Wii, which I do have and is kinda fun. The latest is the Nintendo Switch, released recently. I’d rather get one of those classic mini NES’s that come pre-loaded with a whole bunch of games. Including Balloon Fight. No blowing into cartridges necessary. Unfortunately, Nintendo has a reputation of not having enough stock to meet demand, so those little NES’s have been selling out in stores within an hour of them coming in. And I refuse to pay $350 on eBay. That’s crazypants.

If you are a Super Mario fan, I hope one of these free crochet patterns inspires you to stitch up a bit of awesome for yourself or someone you love. Sharing pictures is always appreciated by the designer. A Ravelry link is included for each of the patterns to make it easy to add to your queue and favorites. That is also a great place to share your pictures. Happy hooking!

Super Mario Bros. - Free Crochet Pattern Round Up

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1. Mini Red Gamer Friend – Free Crochet Pattern by Mary Smith – The big man himself, Mario! Amigurumi Mario is on the small side, and so adorable. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Mini Red Gamer Friend – Free Crochet Pattern

2. Mini Yoshi Gamer Friend – Free Crochet Pattern by Mary Smith – Yoshi might be just as famous as Mario! He even has his own video games. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Mini Yoshi Gamer Friend – Free Crochet Pattern

3. Mini Birdo Gamer Friend – Free Crochet Pattern By Mary Smith – Birdo is quite the odd villain from Super Mario Bros 2, a quite odd game. Anyone who has played the series will tell you it’s a little “off” from the franchise. Nevertheless, it gave birth to this interesting creature who shoots eggs at you from out of her mouth. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Mini Birdo Gamer Friend – Free Crochet Pattern

4. Super Mario Bowser – Free Crochet Pattern by Nanette Crochet – Bowser, the arch nemesis of Mario. There he is, at the end of every castle, throwing fireballs at you and guarding the bridge. And, even after you kill him and get across the bridge, “Sorry, your princess is in another castle.” Grrr. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Super Mario Bowser – Free Crochet Pattern

5. Mini Green Gamer Friend – Free Crochet Pattern by Mary Smith – Luigu, Mario’s right hand man. Sure, he is always player two, but does he complain? No! Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Mini Green Gamer Friend – Free Crochet Pattern




6. Super Mario Invincibility Star – Free Crochet Pattern by Shh, I’m Counting! – Invincibility stars are Mario’s best friend, but only for about 8 seconds. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Super Mario Invincibility Star – Free Crochet Pattern

7. Koopa Troopa – Free Crochet Pattern by Loopy Yarn – Not only does Mario jump on these pesky enemies, he uses their shells as a weapon. Smart! Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Koopa Troopa – Free Crochet Pattern

8. Granny Square Mario Bedspread – Free Crochet Pattern by Russ Mcallister – Lets be honest about the amount of work that goes into a blanket like this. After making many many squares you will then have to block them, and then seam together in your desired method. The pattern is just a graph/count of squares. You’ll have to decide what type of square you are doing – no need to stick to traditional if you don’t want to. I made one of these blankets for my brother a few years back. If you want more details on what colors, square, and seaming methods I used there is a blog post about it. – Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Granny Square Mario Bedspread – Free Crochet Pattern

9. Question Block Square – Free Crochet Pattern by Karin Whit – Is it a coin? Maybe a star, or a fireflower. Just break that brick with your hard head, Mario, and find out. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Question Block Square – Free Crochet Pattern

10. Fire Flower – Free Crochet Pattern by WolfDreamer Off the Hook – An edible flower that turns my hands into fireball cannons? Where do I sign up?! Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Fire Flower – Free Crochet Pattern


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11. Toad and Toadette – Free Crochet Pattern by WolfDreamer Off the Hook – How adorable is this set? Really stinkin cute. – Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Toad and Toadette – Free Crochet Pattern

12. Mario Mushroom – Free Crochet Pattern by WolfDreamer Off the Hook – There are a fair amount of Mario mushroom amigurumi crochet patterns out there. I haven’t tried out all of them, but, as of now, this is my favorite. My siblings each received one for Christmas, and there’s a blog post about it, of course. If you are a beginner to amigurumi crochet this would be a great first pattern. It’s really not hard, you just need to make sure and count each row and move up your stitch marker to the first stitch of each round. For the advanced amigurumi crafter, you’ll be able to take a big bite out of this mushroom in an evening, if not finish the whole thing! Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Mario Mushroom – Free Crochet Pattern

13. Super Mario Goomba – Free Crochet Pattern by WolfDreamer Off the Hook – How many Goombas has Mario squashed beneath his feet? The world may never know. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue: Super Mario Goomba – Free Crochet Pattern

14. Mario Bros Cheep Cheep – Free Crochet Pattern by Janet Carrillo – Mario has enemies above and below water. These little fish are sprinkled throughout the classic NES game. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Mario Bros Cheep Cheep – Free Crochet Pattern

15. Super Mario Bob-omb Drawstring Bag – Free Crochet Pattern by http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/nanette-crochet – My favorite part about this is the functionality of it, It’s actually a bag with a drawstring. How cool is that? Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue and favorites here: Super Mario Bob-omb Drawstring Bag – Free Crochet Pattern

16. Mario Bros Blooper – Free Crochet Pattern by Janet Carrillo – The Blooper, feared by underwater Mario is the classic NES game…a super annoying character, actually. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue here: Mario Bros Blooper – Free Crochet Pattern

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