Seven Dwarfs Crochet Amigurumi Pattern (free)

I have several requests for the pattern of the seven dwarfs I made recently, so I am sharing out today :)


This is a free pattern, please do not sell this pattern or claim it as your own. If you want to share this pattern, please link back to this page. If you are selling the finished dolls, please credit Snacksies Handicraft Corner for the patterns.

There will be 2 patterns in this page, one for the 6 dwarfs and one for Dopey as he look so different. For the 6 dwarfs, there will be some parts of the pattern that is slightly different for each of them, such as the clothes colors, top length and beard length. A nose has to be made for Sneezy too. I will put notes in the pattern to point out the differences so do read carefully :)

For the dwarfs' clothes colors, I tried to follow that of Disneyland dwarfs as closely as possible. However, sometimes the brand of yarn I used does not have the exact color, so I used the next closest color. The yarn colors listed will be according to what I used. You may want to google search for Disneyland dwarfs if you want the exact color.


Materials:

Using fingering yarn with 2.5mm hook will produce a dwarfs of about 8cm/3.1in tall.

All yarn threads are assumed to be of the same thickness.
Flesh colored yarn
Yellow yarn
Orange yarn
Blue yarn
Green yarn
Light Blue yarn
Red yarn
Purple yarn
Dark brown yarn
Bright green yarn
Light purple yarn
Tan yarn
Light pink yarn
Black yarn
Safety Eyes 5mm x12 (based on fingering yarn, use a bigger size if using a thicker yarn)
Black wire (to be bent into glasses shape for Doc)
Felting needle + pink felting wool OR pink felt and glue
Stuffing

Abbreviations:
sc - single crochet
sc inc - single crochet increase
sc dec - single crochet decrease
ss - slip stitch
ch - chain stitch
sc3tog - single crochet 3 together
bo - bobble stitch with 3 double crochet
Rnd - Round

Pattern for 6 dwarfs

Nose (for Sneezy only)
With light pink yarn,
Rnd 1: 4sc into magic ring    (4)
Rnd 2: sc all around   (4)

Fasten off and leave a length of yarn for sewing

Head
With flesh colored yarn,
Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring    (6)
Rnd 2: sc inc x 6 times    (12)
Rnd 3: (sc inc, sc) x 6 times    (18)
Rnd 4: (sc inc, 2 sc) x 6 times    (24)
Rnd 5: (sc inc, 3 sc) x 6 times    (30)
Rnd 6: (sc inc, 4 sc) x 6 times    (36)
Rnd 7: (sc inc, 5 sc) x 6 times    (42)
Rnd 8 - Rnd 11 (4 rnds): sc all around    (42)
Rnd 12: (sc dec, 5 sc) x 6 times    (36)
Rnd 13: (sc dec, 4 sc) x 6 times    (30)
Rnd 14: (sc dec, 8 sc) x 3 times    (27)
Rnd 15: (sc dec, 7 sc) x 3 times    (24)


Fasten off

For sleepy, sew the eyes at Rnd 10, 5 stitches apart
For the rest of the 5 dwarfs, insert the eyes between Rnd 10 - Rnd 11, 5 stitches apart

For Grumpy, sew the eyebrows above his eyes

For Sneezy, sew the nose from Rnd 11 and the mouth below the nose
For the rest of the 5 dwarfs, sew the mouth at Rnd 12

Put stuffing into the head


Body (please refer to the picture for the respective clothes colors)
Attach top color yarn to head,
Rnd 1: sc all around (24)
Rnd 2: (3 sc, sc inc) x 6 times (30)
Rnd 3: (4 sc, sc inc) x 6 times (36)
Rnd 4 - Rnd 5 (2 rnds): sc all around (36)
Rnd 6: (11 sc, sc inc) x 3 times (39)
Change to bottom color yarn,
Rnd 7: (back loop only)(11 sc, sc dec) x 3 times (36)
Rnd 8: (4 sc, sc dec) x 6 times (30)
Put stuffing in

Remove or add a few sc until you reach the middle of the back or front of the body. Ch 5, ss to 15th stitch. This should split the body into 2 parts. These 2 parts will be the legs and you will be crocheting a circle on each part to make the legs. Make sure that the body is divided into 2 parts in the middle of the body.

Leg (to be done on each part, the first leg can be continued above. For the 2nd leg, attach yarn to Rnd 8 above)
Rnd 1 : 20 sc, including the chain stitches (20)
Rnd 2 : (2 sc, sc dec) x 5 times (15)
Rnd 3 : (sc, sc dec) x 5 times (10)
Fasten off and stuff

Body continued (to make the part of the top below the belt, note the different lengths for each dwarf)
Attach top color yarn to the front loops of Rnd 7 of body and sc all around (39)

For Angry and Sleepy, sc 2 more rounds to make a longer length (39)

Fasten off


Hat (please refer to the picture for the respective hats colors)
With hat color yarn,
Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring (6)
Rnd 2: (sc, sc inc) x 3 times (9)
Rnd 3 - Rnd 4 (2 rnds): sc all around (9)
Rnd 5: (2 sc, sc inc) x 3 times (12)
Rnd 6: sc all around (12)
Rnd 7: (3 sc, sc inc) x 3 times (15)
Rnd 8 - Rnd 10 (3 rnds): sc all around (15)
Rnd 11: (2 sc, sc inc) x 5 times (20)
Rnd 12: (sc, sc inc) x 10 times (30)
Rnd 13: sc all around (30)
Rnd 14: (2 sc, sc inc) x 10 times (40)
Rnd 15 - Rnd 20 (6 rnds): sc all around (40)

Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn for sewing


Hands (make 2, sleeves color should match top color)
With flesh colored yarn,
Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring (6)
Rnd 2: sc all around (6)
Change to top color yarn yarn,
Rnd 3 - Rnd 6 (4 rnds): sc all around (6)

Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn for sewing
Put stuffing in


Shoes (make 2, refer to picture for respective colors)
(Note: base of shoe is done in oval rounds)
With shoe color yarn,
ch 3 (3)
Rnd 1: skip first chain, 5 sc in 1 stitch, 3 sc in 1 stitch (8)
Rnd 2: sc inc x 5 times, sc inc x 3 times (16)
Rnd 3: (back loop only) sc all around (16)
Rnd 4: sc, sc dec x 4 times, 7 sc (12)
Rnd 5: sc, sc dec x 2 times, 7 sc (10)
Rnd 6 - Rnd 7 (2 rnds): sc all around (10)

Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn for sewing
Put stuffing in


Beard (Bashful, Angry)
With white yarn,
Row 1: ch 3, turn (3)
Row 2: sc from 2nd stitch until the end, ch, turn (2)
Row 3 - Row 4 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (2)
Row 5: sc, sc inc, ch, turn (3)
Row 6 - Row 7 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (3)
Row 8: sc inc, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (4)
Row 9 : (bo, sc) x 2 times, ch, turn (4)
Row 10: sc inc x 2 times, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (6)
Row 11 : (bo, sc) x 3 times, ch, turn (6)
Row 12: sc all the way, 3 ch, turn (6)
Row 13 : (bo, sc) x 3 times, ch, turn (6)
Row 14: sc all the way, 3 ch, turn (6)
Row 15 : (bo, sc) x 3 times, ch, turn (6)
Row 16: sc dec x 2 times, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (4)
Row 17 : (bo, sc) x 2 times, ch, turn (4)
Row 18: sc dec, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (3)
Row 19 - Row 20 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (3)
Row 21: sc, sc dec, ch, turn (2)
Row 22 - Row 23 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (2)
Row 24: sc all the way (2)
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn for sewing

Beard (Sleepy)
With white yarn,
Row 1: ch 3, turn (3)
Row 2: sc from 2nd stitch until the end, ch, turn (2)
Row 3 - Row 4 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (2)
Row 5: sc, sc inc, ch, turn (3)
Row 6 - Row 7 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (3)
Row 8: sc inc, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (4)
Row 9 : (bo, sc) x 2 times, ch, turn (4)
Row 10: sc inc x 2 times, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (6)
Row 11 : (bo, sc) x 3 times, ch, turn (6)
Row 12: 4 sc, sc inc x 2 times, 3 ch, turn (8)
Row 13 : (bo, sc) x 4 times, ch, turn (8)
Row 14: 4 sc, sc dec x 2 times, 3 ch, turn (6)
Row 15 : (bo, sc) x 3 times, ch, turn (6)
Row 16: sc dec x 2 times, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (4)
Row 17 : (bo, sc) x 2 times, ch, turn (4)
Row 18: sc dec, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (3)
Row 19 - Row 20 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (3)
Row 21: sc, sc dec, ch, turn (2)
Row 22 - Row 23 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (2)
Row 24: sc all the way (2)
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn for sewing

Beard (Sneezy, Happy, Doc)
With white yarn,
Row 1: ch 3, turn (3)
Row 2: sc from 2nd stitch until the end, ch, turn (2)
Row 3 - Row 4 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (2)
Row 5: sc, sc inc, ch, turn (3)
Row 6 - Row 7 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (3)
Row 8: sc inc, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (4)
Row 9 : (bo, sc) x 2 times, ch, turn (4)
Row 10: sc all the way, 3 ch, turn (4)
Row 11 : (bo, sc) x 2 times, ch, turn (4)
Row 12: sc all the way, 3 ch, turn (4)
Row 13 : (bo, sc) x 2 times, ch, turn (4)
Row 14: sc all the way, 3 ch, turn (4)
Row 15 : (bo, sc) x 2 times, ch, turn (4)
Row 16: sc all the way, 3 ch, turn (4)
Row 17 : (bo, sc) x 2 times, ch, turn (4)
Row 18: sc dec, 2 sc, 3 ch, turn (3)
Row 19 - Row 20 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (3)
Row 21: sc, sc dec, ch, turn (2)
Row 22 - Row 23 (2 rows): sc all the way, ch, turn (2)
Row 24: sc all the way (2)
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn for sewing


Belt
With black yarn, surface crochet around the waist
With yellow yarn, sew a rectangle in the middle for the belt buckle


Assembly
Sew the hands to the body

Sew the shoes to the legs

Sew the beard to the face

For Doc, bent the wire such that it become a glasses and put on face and sew it a little at the sides to make it stay

Sew the hat to the head

For Bashful, felt the felting wool or glue the felt to make the cheeks



Pattern for Dopey

Head
With flesh color yarn,
Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring    (6)
Rnd 2: sc inc x 6 times    (12)
Rnd 3: (sc inc, sc) x 6 times    (18)
Rnd 4: (sc inc, 2 sc) x 6 times    (24)
Rnd 5: (sc inc, 3 sc) x 6 times    (30)
Rnd 6: (sc inc, 4 sc) x 6 times    (36)
Rnd 7 - Rnd 12 (6 rnds): sc all around    (36)
Rnd 13: (sc dec, 4 sc) x 6 times    (30)
Rnd 14: (sc dec, 3 sc) x 6 times    (24)
Rnd 15: (sc dec, 2 sc) x 6 times    (18)
Rnd 16: (sc dec, sc) x 6 times    (12)

Fasten off

Insert the eyes between Rnd 10 - Rnd 11, 5 stitches apart
Sew mouth at Rnd 12

Put stuffing in head


Ear (Make 2)
With flesh color yarn,
Row 1: ch 3 (3)
Row 2: skip first chain, sc, (2 dc, sc) in a chain  (4)

Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn for sewing

Sew ears to head starting from Rnd 10


Body
Attach bright green yarn to head
Rnd 1: (sc inc, sc) x 6 times    (18)
Rnd 2: (sc inc, 2 sc) x 6 times    (24)
Rnd 3 - Rnd 6 (4 rnds): sc all around    (24)
Change to yellow yarn,
Rnd 7: (back loop only) sc all around (24)
Rnd 8: (4 sc, sc dec) x 4 times (20)
Put stuffing in

Remove or add a few sc until you reach the middle of the back or front of the body. Ch 4, ss to 10th stitch. This should split the body into 2 parts. These 2 parts will be the legs and you will be crocheting a circle on each part to make the legs. Make sure that the body is divided into 2 parts in the middle of the body.

Leg (to be done on each part, the first leg can be continued above. For the 2nd leg, attach yarn to Rnd 8 above)
Rnd 1 : 14 sc, including the chain stitches (14)
Rnd 2 : (5 sc, sc dec) x 2 times (12)
Rnd 3 : (4 sc, sc dec) x 2 times (10)
Fasten off and stuff

Body continued (to make the part of the top below the belt)
Note :This part will be done in rows.

Attach bright green yarn to the front loops of Rnd 8 of body
Row 1: 20 sc, ch, turn (20)
Row 2: sc dec, 16 sc, sc dec, ch, turn (18)
Row 3 - Row 4 (2 rows): 18 sc, ch, turn (18)
Row 5: 18 sc (18)


Shoes, hands and hat are the same as the other dwarfs

Assemble the same way as the other dwarfs



Hope you enjoy making the dwarfs! The patterns are typed out from my scribbles and are not tested yet, so if you come across any typos do highlight to me. Thanks!








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    1. No problem! Hope you enjoy making them :D

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  2. LOVE these!!! any chance a Snow White will be coming out soon?

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    1. Thanks!! I have made a snow white and prince previously (https://instagram.com/p/y57S56RT_m/?taken-by=snacksieshandicraft) and I have scribbled down the pattern. But currently my schedule is quite packed though, I will try to see if I am able to share it out next time :)

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  3. How cute are these guys?! My best friend and I are HUGE Disney fans. I think I just found her next birthday present. Thank you so much for these free patterns!

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    1. Thanks Jessie and you are welcome! :D That's great! I like to make amigurumi as presents too :P

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  4. Thank you so much for this pattern. I did one this morning with Red Heart Super saver (Caron for the flesh parts) and the pattern worked perfect and easy to understand. I'll have to hide him from my Mom, she tends to snitch my cute characters!

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    1. You are welcome! :) Glad you enjoyed the pattern :D

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  5. What are the finished sizes on these cuties?

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    1. Hi! Sorry for the late reply. I missed out the comment notification in my email! They are about 8cm/ 3.1 inches tall if fingering yarn with a 2.5mm hook is used. They will be bigger if a thicker yarn is used and smaller if a thinner yarn is used. :)

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  6. Thanks for the dwarfs.... they are so cute...Would it be possible to get them in danisch or can i translate them to danisch.... regarding
    May Anne

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    1. Hi May Anne,
      Thanks!

      I do not know Danish so I am afraid I can't give you the pattern in Danish. You can translate the pattern though! Please at least put a link back to this original pattern or credit Snacksies Handicraft Corner for the pattern if you do translate the pattern :)

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    2. Thanks a lot i will linke to your blok from my blog where i post the translation in Danisch.... Thanks May Anne

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  7. pourrais t-on avoir les explications en français svp. merci

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    1. Hi,

      I am sorry, I can't do that because I do not know French. If you know of anyone who can help to do a translation, do let me know!

      Thanks!

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  8. Hi,

    I'm currently on my first dwarf, they are so cute. Thanks for the pattern.

    I have a problem with the belt part. Do i Have to add the black color for the belt before I start with the bottom part, or do I add the belt on the remaining front loops of the top part.

    Thanks for your help :)

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    1. Hi Aline,

      The front loops are actually for continuing the top (the part that cover part of the pants) and not for the belt.

      For the belt, I use a technique called surface crochet. You can search for surface crochet in youtube for tutorial :) And I did it at the end, after making the pants.

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  9. Very cute :)
    Thank you for sharing :)

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    1. You are welcome! Happy crocheting! :)

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  10. Really enjoyed making snow white, prince charming and the dwarfs. Everyone who saw me making them wanted to buy them but I enjoy making dolls for my grandchildren. Thanks for the pattern

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    1. You are welcome susan! Glad that you enjoyed the patterns :)

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  11. Hey! I love your patterns, and I recently made a Disney roundup post with some of your patterns featured in it: http://prajigurumi.blogspot.com/2016/06/7-free-disneys-snow-white-inspired.html
    I'm a new crochet blogger so I'd love it if you could check out my blog/suscribe. Thank you :)

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    1. Thanks for featuring my patterns! :)

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  12. Oh wow thank you so much. adorable.

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    1. You are welcome :) Have fun making!

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  13. I'm having trouble with the beard for Sleepy. It keeps coming out larger on one side and doesn't look like the picture at all. You wouldn't happen to have video that shows you making one, would you?

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    1. yes a video would be nice as i too having troubles but with grumpy's

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  14. they are lovely. thank you. but isn't Angry really Grumpy lol

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  15. SO AWESOME! Thank you! I am going to make them for my Grandsons! I'm not sure about some of the stitches you have listed, but I'll you tube them. Also, not sure what "fingeryarn" is... is that a brand or a size/type? Thanks again! I saw the Snow White and Prince Charming pattern picture, but after I went to Cpt America pattern, and came back the Snow White was no longer showing.. can you share the link to that? (PS My Grandson LOVES Cpt America!! So that will be my first try!)

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    1. Hi,

      Fingering yarn refers to the thickness of the yarn. Fingering yarn is a rather thin yarn which needs around 2.5mm crochet hook.

      The snow white pattern is here: http://snacksieshandicraftcorner.blogspot.sg/2015/08/snow-white-and-prince-amigurumi-pattern.html

      Thanks!

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  16. Oh! I love these seven dwarfs. Thanks for sharing.

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