12 totally magical toadstool patterns

Published on January 8, 2022 By Sarah K 3 min read

Have you ever wondered why toadstools are called toadstools? It has been suggested that toads find them very comfortable to sit on! Well, who can say for sure? All we know is that these gorgeous mushrooms always charm their way into our woodland makes, thanks to their striking colors and cute spots. 

Toadstool Pillows

Cozy up with your favorite hot beverage and this lovely crochet toadstool. This is an exciting weekend project which will definitely add that bit of extra color to your home and turn it into your own magical woodland scene. The only real question is: how many of those will you make?

Toadstool Pillows
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Toadstool Pillows

By Annemarie Benthem

Cute Mushroom Hat 

The perfect make for your afternoon strolls. Practice your intarsia skills and bring your toadstool magic wherever you go!

Tiny Toadstools Ornament & Garland 

Can you think of anything cuter than this beautiful make to add that little extra woodland magic to your home? This gorgeous little toadstool is not only the perfect tree accessory, but can also be made into a magical garland using any leftover yarn you have waiting in your stash. We are here for it!

Tiny Toadstools Ornament & Garland
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Tiny Toadstools Ornament & Garland

By Fox and Folk

Toadstool Keychain 

Carry your little mushroom friend wherever your winter boots take you! This quick make will put a smile on your face whenever you open your very own squeaky forest cottage doors.

Toadstool Keychain
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Toadstool Keychain

By Annemarie Benthem

Toadstool Gift Bag

Wrap up your little surprises in these fun little gift sacks. No peaking! A wonderful cross stitch pattern, which can be enjoyed all year around and would also make a beautiful little framed wall hanging.

Enchanting Christmas - Toadstool Pair and Circle Sack in Anchor - Downloadable PDF
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Enchanting Christmas - Toadstool Pair and Circle Sack in Anchor - Downloadable PDF

By Anchor

Mushroom Fingerless Mittens 

A pattern to be enjoyed by small and big alike. These fun fingerless gloves will make that winter walk that more exciting! They also make the perfect project to try out duplicate stitch, fun-(gi) guaranteed.

Fairy Ring Socks 

Is there a more suitable pair of socks to put on for your next winter walk? Definitely not mush-room for any mistakes with this beautiful design. We need a pair!

Fairy ring socks
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Fairy ring socks

By Kirsten Mcteer

Mini Pets - Snails, Bugs and Frogs

If you are still looking for that perfect forest display – this is the project for you. These gorgeous little creatures are not only quick to make but are also very versatile. Turn them into brooches to forest up your winter wardrobe or use them as decoration in the home. Perfect for all the loose ends of  yarn in your stash, just waiting to be turned into some woodland magic.

Mini Pets - Snails, Bugs and Frogs Amigurumi
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Mini Pets - Snails, Bugs and Frogs Amigurumi

By Lucy Collin

Tilda the Toadstool 

Imagine finding this cutie on your afternoon forest stroll. We would want to pick him up for sure! This one is definitely a fun-gi that’s guaranteed to make everyone happy.

Tilda the Toadstool
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Tilda the Toadstool

By Stella's Yarn Universe

Practice your intarsia skills

Gnome and Toadstool Scarf 

Wrap up warm with this amazing scarf and keep your hands cozy in the roomy pockets! Choose between intarsia or duplicate stitch to create the little Gnome and his toadstool friends. Adorable!

Gnome and Toadstool Scarf
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Gnome and Toadstool Scarf

By Emily Ringelman

Cozy Stool 

We know a toadstool when we see one!
These crochet stool covers will add that extra splash of color to your home and transform any stool into the new favorite seat. Move on over – we want to sit here!


Cozy stool
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Cozy stool

By Joke Decorte

Finn and Phill the Mushrooms

Meet Finn and Phil – your new best friends.
Two little mushrooms which will steal your heart and make you wanna hang out with all their forest pals too. When can we move to the forest please?

Finn and Phill the mushrooms - critter stitch crochet pattern / amigurumi
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Finn and Phill the mushrooms - critter stitch crochet pattern / amigurumi

By Critter Stitch

More adorable mushrooms to forage!

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Sarah K

Sarah loves engaging with our wonderful Lovecrafts community throughout  all our social channels and cannot stop trying out all the crafts under the sun and moon.

“If I could marry my spinning wheel in my pom pom earrings I totally would.”
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