Crochet Pattern Round-Up: 18 Rainbow Crochet Patterns to Celebrate Pride Month!

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Crochet Pattern Round-Up: 18 Rainbow Crochet Patterns to Celebrate Pride Month!

Happy Pride Month to all of my fellow LGBTQ+ folks, and all of our lovely allies! Summer has hit Nova Scotia hard and fast, the last couple of days were upwards of 30C (that’s 86F for my American friends) and I got to enjoy my first swim of the season yesterday in a local lake. Soooo nice. And with summer comes Pride Month, aka my excuse to cover myself and my website in even more rainbows than usual. I was at Michaels the other day and they had a little display of Pride merch – part of me went “oh look another corporation capitalizing on Pride” and the other part went “OOH SHINY RAINBOWS” and then I bought a Pride flag and some Pride sunglasses. I have no shame. 🙂

The flag is now chilling on my desk next to my flamingo and unicorn floaties, my Buffy & Brienne figures, my crochet Lu-La from Shaun the Sheep (I’m a bit obsessed with her), and my new reversible rainbow Octopus plushie from Tee Turtle. By the way, if you don’t know Tee Turtle – they have the cutest shirts EVER, I adore them and own several. I highly recommend them. They have various licensed nerdy shirts, plus lots of crafter shirts, Pride shirts, and cute animal shirts for every mood.

And if you’re wondering, the painting was done by my Mom as a Christmas present. She knows I love flamingos, so she decided to paint a flamingo in front of the view near their house on the West Coast of Canada to remind me of home. Awww. <3 I laughed for about five minutes straight when I unwrapped it. Best gift ever!

a picture of a home office desk set up. There is an open laptop computer on the desk, and next to it are several items including: a pink pen holder with some pens and a ruler, a small rainbow Pride flag, two toy figurines of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Brienne from Game of Thrones, a small crochet unicorn floatie and flamingo floatie, a crochet Lu-la from the Shaun the Sheep movie, and a plush rainbow coloured octopus. Above the desk is a painting of an ocean and mountain view with a flamingo in front of it.
Now, some cheap commercially made Pride merch is all well and fun at times, but personally I love to support small businesses and queer artists the most. Therefore, to celebrate Pride Month I’ve rounded up 18 of my favourite rainbow/Pride-related crochet patterns. There’s a heavy emphasis on amigurumi (of course!) but I also included some garments and accessories. Check out the designs below and make sure to visit the designers’ websites for information on how to access their patterns. Some of these patterns are free, some are paid, and some are a mixture of both (free with ads on their blog, and a premium paid PDF option).
 

Enjoy!

Pride Flag Hearts Amigurumi Pattern

By Wayward Pineapple Creations

First up is my own Pride Flag Hearts Amigurumi Pattern, featuring instructions to make 8 different Pride flag stuffed hearts. These hearts are perfect for giving to a loved one, or for decorating your house during Pride Month!

My Pride Flag Hearts Amigurumi Pattern is available for free on my blog or as an ad-free PDF purchase in my shop, Etsy, or Ravelry. 50% of all pattern sales go to an LGBT+ charity! Click below for more info.

Rainbow Anatomical Heart Amigurumi Pattern

By FrantsToys

Next up is a very different kind of heart, designed by Liza of FrantsToys. Give one to your lover to show how much you care – or perhaps to your enemy, to send them a warning. Up to you…
 

The Rainbow Anatomical Heart Amigurumi Pattern is available on Liza’s Etsy shop.

Shawl Us Your Pride Crochet Shawl Pattern

By Love Aly Designs

This beautiful rainbow shawl is perfect if your local Pride Parade falls on a chilly day!  Keep warm and show your true colours with this shawl designed by Aly of Love Aly Designs.
 

The Shawl Us Your Pride Crochet Shawl Pattern is available on Aly’s Etsy shop.

Gay Pride Pig Amigurumi Pattern

By Doctor J Crochet

 This cute little pig by Jennifer of Doctor J Crochet won’t take you any time at all to make. And be sure to check out her main Etsy page to find several other Pride flag variants!
 

The Gay Pride Pig Amigurumi Pattern is available on Jennifer’s Etsy shop.

Pride Scrunchie Crochet Pattern

By Crochet With Kim

This cute rainbow hair scrunchie by Kim of Crochet With Kim is the perfect accessory for your Pride celebrations. Ditch the regular boring hair tie and make one of these instead!

The Pride Scrunchie Crochet Pattern is available for free on Kim’s blog.

Mini Rainbow Ice Cream Keychain

By Pink Tomato Crochet

This little rainbow ice cream cone by Josephine of Pink Tomato Crochet looks good enough to eat! Unfortunately I don’t think it would taste so great, but it does make a super cute keychain.
 

The Mini Rainbow Ice Cream Keychain is available in Josephine’s Etsy Shop. She also has a cute rainbow jellyfish & a regular rainbow keychain pattern!

Proud AF Crochet Pride Blanket Pattern

By Raw Hook Crochet Designs

This Pride blanket by Kath of Raw Hook Crochet Designs uses the Filet Crochet technique to create the word design. I’ve never tried Filet Crochet before, but it looks cool and I’d like to give it a go one day!
 

The Proud AF Crochet Blanket Pattern is available for in Kath’s Ravelry shop. She also has a version of the pattern that simply says ‘Proud’ if you’re prefer something with less swearing!

Dragon Amigurumi Pattern With Epic Pride Wings

By Crafty Intentions

If you love amigurumi, then chances are you’ve seen Crafty Intentions’ patterns go by. Megan’s designs are incredible, and I especially love these rainbow wings. The wings are designed as an add-on to her base Adult Dragon pattern, and together they make this stunning Pride dragon!
 

Both the base pattern for the Adult Dragon and the Epic Pride Wings add-on are available in Megan’s Etsy shop.

Gay Pride Rainbow Pussy Hat

By Beaded Wire

Show your Pride and solidarity with this rainbow pussy hat! Designed by Judy of Beaded Wire, this pattern is perfect for wearing to Pride events all year long.

The Gay Pride Rainbow Pussy Hat pattern is available on Judy’s Etsy shop.

Pride Frog Amigurumi Pattern

By Crochet By The Shore

These Pride frogs by Caitlyn of Crochet by the Shore are cute and super easy to make! They would get a great fast pattern to whip out small gifts or to decorate your house for Pride.

The Pride Frog Amigurumi Pattern is available on Caitlyn’s Etsy shop.

Pride Day Crochet Crop Top

By Crochet With Kim

I’m loving this Pride crop top designed by Kim of Crochet With Kim! It would be perfect to wear to Pride events in the summer. This might have to be one of my next projects!

The Pride Day Crochet Crop Top is available for free on Kim’s blog.

Pride Whale Amigurumi Pattern

By Ambros Crochet

These little Pride Whales by Ambros Crochet are available in a variety of Pride flag colours. Super cute, they would definitely be quick and easy to make!

The Pride Whale Amigurumi Pattern is available for free on Ravelry. The designer also has a cute rainbow turtle pattern!

Rainbow Clutch Crochet Pattern

By Yarnutopia

Carry your phone and wallet in style with this Rainbow Clutch by Nadia of Yarnutopia. This clutch is so fun and colourful, and I think you could totally rock it with any outfit – it’s just that fabulous!

The Rainbow Clutch Crochet Pattern is available for free on Nadia’s website.

Pride Rainbow Doughnut Crochet Pattern

By Yum Yarn

These Pride Rainbow Doughnuts by Maro of Yum Yarn are making me hungry! Sadly they aren’t edible, but they are very cute and colourful and they would make great keychains or bag charms.

The Pride Rainbow Doughnut pattern is available for free on Maro’s website.

Pride Flag Crochet Patterns

By Unicorn Hideout

No space in your small apartment for a full-sized Pride flag? No worries! These mini Pride flags by Carly of Unicorn Hideout are the perfect way to celebrate Pride Month. Carly has patterns for fifteen different Pride flags, and if you don’t see yourself represented then it won’t be hard to change the colours to your flag of choice!

The Pride Flag Patterns are available in Carly’s Ravelry shop.

Ziggy the Zebra Amigurumi Pattern

By Chai Coffee Crochet

Meet Ziggy the Zebra, designed by the lovely Kiran and Shama over at Chai Coffee Crochet! Ziggy is so bright and cheerful, he would make a wonderful gift to any child in your life.

The Ziggy the Zebra Amigurumi Pattern is available for free (with ads) on Kiran & Shama’s blog, or as an ad-free PDF purchase on Ravelry.

Rainbow Coaster Crochet Pattern

By Stitch by Fay

I’ve posted lots of toys and wearables in this round up, but let’s not forget the importance of home accessories – no one likes coffee cup rings on their nice table! The solution? These colourful rainbow crochet coasters designed by Fay of Stitch by Fay.
 

The Rainbow Coaster Crochet Pattern is available for free (with ads) on Fay’s blog, or as an ad-free PDF purchase on her Etsy shop.

Pride Rainbow Flower Amigurumi Pattern

By Wayward Pineapple Creations

And finally, my own contribution to this list – my new Pride Rainbow Flower pattern! This cute rainbow flower can be used as a keychain or as a decoration, and it makes the perfect gift to your loved ones this Pride.
 

The Pride Rainbow Flower Amigurumi Pattern is available for free (with ads) or as an ad-free PDF purchase on my blog.

I hope you enjoyed this pattern round-up, and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to comment below or email me. For specific questions about the individual patterns, please follow the above links to the designer pages and contact them directly.

And if you made your own Pride Hearts or Rainbow Flowers I would love to see a picture on Instagram! Make sure to tag me so I don’t miss it, @waywardpineapplecreations. Likewise, if you make any of the other designs above I’m sure the designers would love to see your work. 🙂 Visit their pages for contact details!

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