Happy Pride! Free Pride Amigurumi Pattern

Updated: Jun 15

Lately I've been in a creative slump. 😩 That seems to be going around, from the feedback I've gotten on Instagram and Facebook. Maybe its the pandemic fatigue, or the warm weather, or maybe its the fact that most of my crocheting is for projects that I can't even share (book stuff). I had a flash of inspiration a few days ago and was so thrilled to just MAKE something. I crocheted this little Progress Pride flag in a couple of hours and I hope you enjoy making it too!



Here's more information about the flag, its meanings, and the creator, Daniel Quasar.


I used worsted weight yarns and honestly the exact names of each yarn are inconsequential. For instance, it doesn't matter what red you use, as long as its just a true red. I won't even bother naming what I used because they all came straight off my yarn wall and are back in place now!


I'm including a graph because that is what I used to make it. I've also gone ahead and written out the directions because some people like to work that way.



Amigurumi Pride Flag by Allison Hoffman/craftyiscool.com


*This pattern may not be sold. It is a free pattern. Do NOT use my photos in your listings for sale. The finished products may be made for sale at your own discretion. Safety eyes are not necessarily safe so please don't market this as a toy for children under 3 unless you take extra precautions to ensure its safety. Please credit Allison Hoffman/craftyiscool.com if you sell items. Thanks!


What you'll need:

  • Worsted weight yarn (scraps) in Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Black, Brown, Light Blue, Light Pink, and White

  • 2 safety eyes (I used 9mm)

  • White felt (for backing the safety eyes)

  • Red thread

  • Polyfil

  • Size E/3.5mm crochet hook

  • Yarn needle

*At the end of each color, you can cut it and crochet over the end for a couple of stitches. The ends won't need to be woven in because they will all go to the back. Refer to chart as you go!

Flag Panel (make 2)

Row 1: With purple yarn, ch 20. Sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 13 chs, change to black yarn, sc in 2 chs, change to brown yarn, sc in 2 chs, change to light blue yarn, sc in last ch (19 sts)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc in 2 sts, change to brown yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to black yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to purple yarn, sc in 13 sts (19 sts)

Row 3: Change to blue yarn at the end of Row 2. Ch 1, sc in 12 sts, change to black yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to brown yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to light blue yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to light pink yarn, sc in last st (19 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, turn, sc in 2 sts, change to light blue yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to brown yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to black yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to blue yarn, sc in 11 sts (19 sts)

Row 5: Change to green yarn at the end of Row 4. Ch 1, sc in 9 sts, change to black yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to brown yarn, sc in 2 sts, change to light blue yarn, sc in 3 sts, change to light pink, sc in 2 sts, change to white, sc in last st (19 sts)

Row 6: Ch 1, turn, sc in 2 sts, change to light pink, sc in 3 sts, change to light blue, sc in 2 sts, change to brown, sc in 2 sts, change to black, sc in 2 sts, change to green, sc in 8 sts (19 sts)

Row 7: Change to yellow yarn at the end of Row 6. Ch 1, sc in 8 sts, change to black, sc in 2 sts, change to brown, sc in 2 sts, change to light blue sc in 2 sts, change to light pink, sc in 3 sts, change to white, sc in 2 sts (19 sts)

Row 8: Ch 1, turn, sc in 1 st, change to light pink, sc in 2 sts, change to light blue, sc in 3 sts, change to brown, sc in 2 sts, change to black, sc in 2 sts, change to yellow, sc in 9 sts (19 sts)

Row 9: Change to orange yarn at end of Row 8. Ch 1, sc in 11 sts, change to black, sc in 2 sts, change to brown, sc in 2 sts, change to light blue, sc in 2 sts, change to light pink, sc in 2 sts (19 sts)

Row 10: Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, change to light blue, sc in 2 sts, change to brown, sc in 2 sts, change to black, sc in 2 sts, change to orange, sc in 12 sts (19 sts)

Row 11: Change to red yarn at end of Row 10. Ch 1, sc in 13 sts, change to black, sc in 2 sts, change to brown, sc in 2 sts, change to light blue, sc in 2 sts (19 sts)

Row 12: Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, change to brown, sc in 2 sts, change to black, sc in 2 sts, change to red, sc in 14 sts (19 sts)

Fasten off all colors. Leave a long (12") tail of red yarn for sewing.


Cut circles from white felt a little larger than your safety eyes, then cut a slit in the center of each and insert the post of the safety eye. Insert safety eyes where you'd like them on the flag panel and attach back. Use a sewing or embroidery needle and stitch a loose "v" shape between the eyes, one row down. Knot behind your work and trim ends.


Align the flag panels and stitch edges together with a yarn needle. Insert stuffing as you finish. Weave in ends.



Hope you enjoyed! Here's the little TikTok I made for my Pride flag :)





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