Free Amigurumi Pattern

Vampire Teddy Free Pattern

“Nightmare Before Christmas” has always held a special place in my heart, but my adoration took on a new level of creativity when I discovered the enchanting character of the vampire teddy. There’s something captivating about his eerie yet endearing presence in Halloween Town. The way he combines the macabre with a touch of innocence resonates deeply with me. So, I channeled my passion into a unique and crafty endeavor—I crocheted my own version of the vampire teddy. Stitch by stitch, I brought his whimsical character to life, pouring my love for the vampire teddy into every loop of yarn. Now, as I gaze upon the crocheted creation that sits proudly on my shelf, I’m reminded not only of the movie’s brilliance but also of the joy that comes from translating such affection into tangible art.

If you love vampire teddy and want to create your own masterpiece, follow this free pattern below! If you’d like to purchase a PDF version you can buy it here.

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New to crochet and want to start with something easy? Try out this wobbles kit!

My favorite hook to use for amigurumi.

Beginner’s guide to crochet – an amigurumi donut!

The best way to keep your yarn from tangling and makes it easier to pull since it pulls from the middle instead of the outside.

Keep all your yarn organized with this adorable crochet bag. It has tons of space for yarn and different compartments for your hooks

Make sure you have poly-fil to stuff your adorable amigurumi creations and bring them to life!


  • White Yarn & White thread
  • Black Yarn & Black thread
  • Red Yarn & Red thread
  • 3 white buttons
  • 4mm Crochet Hook
  • Large Sewing Needle
  • Scissors
  • Stuffing


  • sc = single crochet
  • inc = increase, make two stes in one st
  • st = stitch
  • dec = decrease, make two stes into one st
  • ch = chain
  • sc4tog = single crochet 4 st together
  • tc – triple crochet
  • ( … ) = repeat whatever is in between the brackets
  • [..] = amount of stes that are in the round

Arms x2

Starting with White

1. 4sc in a magic ring [4]

2. (inc) x 4 [8]

3. (sc, inc) x 4 [12]

4. (2sc, inc) x 4 [16]

5-8. sc around [16]

Switch to Black

9-23. sc around [16]

Cut the yarn and fasten off

Legs x2

Starting with White

1. 6 sc in a magic ring [6]

2. (inc) x 6 [12]

3. (sc, inc) x 6 [18]

4-6. sc around [18]

Switch to Black

7-13. sc around

First Leg Cut the yarn and fasten off

Second Leg do not cut, continue to body


When you finish the second leg, chain 6 and connect to leg 1. Begin the next st in the 14th round which will correspond to the body [48]

14-16. sc around

17. (15sc, inc) x 3

18. sc around

19. (16sc, inc) x 3

20-21. sc around

22. (17sc, inc) x 3

23-28. sc around

29. (17sc, dec) x 3

30. (7sc, dec) x 6

31-32. sc around

33. (14sc, dec) x 3

34. sc around

35. (13sc, dec) x 3

36. sc around

37. (12sc, dec) x 3

38. sc around

39. (11sc, dec) x 3

40. sc around

Time to connect the arms

41. In this round we are adding the arms, see pics to the right. 13sc in the body, sc4tog in the next 4st of the arm and 4 st of the body at the same time, 15sc in the body, sc4tog in the next 4 st of the body and the other arm at the same time. [30]

(if after you do the 13 sc and your arms doesn’t seem to be in the right place, just continue to sc until your arm is at the side or take some sc away.)

42. 14sc, skip the sc4tog, 12sc in the arm, 14sc, skip the sc4tog, 12sc in the arm [52]

43. (11sc, dec) x 4 [48]

44. (6sc, dec) x 6 [42]

45. (5c, dec) x 6 [36]

46. (4sc, dec) x 6 [30]

Do not finish off, continue to head


Switch to White

47. (4sc, inc) x 6 [36]

48. (5sc, inc) x 6 [42]

49. (6sc, inc) x 6 [48]

50. (7sc, inc) x 6 [54]

51. (8sc, inc) x 6 [60]

52. (9sc, inc) x 6 [66]

53-64. sc around [66]

65. (9sc, dec) x 6 [60]

66. (8sc, dec) x 6 [54]

67. (7sc, dec) x 6 [48]

68. (6sc, dec) x 6 [42]

69. (5sc, dec) x 6 [36]

70. (4sc, dec) x 6 [30]

Stuff the head

71. (3sc, dec) x 6 [24]

72. (2sc, dec) x 6 [18]

73. (sc, dec) x 6 [12]

74. (dec) x 6 [6]

Close remaining stes. Cut off yarn and leave long tail for the stripes on the body.

Take the white yarn and a large needle and begin sewing through the stes to create the stripes on the body.

Then take your 3 white buttons and sew on with white thread.

Cap on Head

In Black

1. 6sc in a magic ring [6]

2. (inc) x 6 [12]

3. (1sc, inc) x 6 [18]

4. (2sc, inc) x 6 [24]

5. (3sc, inc) x 6 [30]

6. (4sc, inc) x 6 [36]

7. (5sc, inc) x 6 [42]

8. (6sc, inc) x 6 [48]

9. (7sc, inc) x 6 [54]

10. (8sc, inc) x 6 [60]

11. (9sc, inc) x 6 [66]

12-16. sc around (5 rows) [66]

Triangles x3

creating the triangles

sc 10 chain 1 turn


-sc 10 but do not chain 1 and skip the next st so it goes down to 9sc.

-repeat this until you get to 2sc

-when it’s 2sc, chain 1 and do 2sc for 1 more row (so it’s 2 rows with 2sc across)

-in the last row just do 1 sc without doing a chain.

-cut the yarn (leave a long enough thread to sew into body to hide)-create a new st 4 sc away from the previous triangle (do not do this step after the third triangle)

When you’ve finished the third triangle:

Put in a st marker and sc around the whole cap and around the triangles and stop at the st marker. Place cap on head with pins and sew onto the head

Ears x2

1. 6sc in a magic ring

2. (inc) x 6

3. (sc, inc) x 6

4. (2sc, inc) x 6

5-9. sc around

10. (2sc, dec) x6

Finish off

Sew onto head

Eyes x2

In black

1. Chain 40 finish off leave long tail for sewing

Use pins to create the eye shape and sew it on


1. 6sc in a magic ring

Finish off and sew the pupils in the corner inside the eyeline.


In Red

1. Chain 50 finish off leave long tail for sewing

Use pins to create the mouth shape and sew it on


In black yarn

– Take the sewing needle with black yarn and create lines along the mouth to create teeth.


In black

1. 6sc in a magic ring

Finish off and sew in between the eyes


In black

1. Chain 10 turn

2. triple crochet each st then chain2 turn and continue on the first chain

3-13. repeat until you get to 21 sc across

Finish off but leave long tail to create the triangles and sew onto body

Making the triangles at the end

sc 5 turn, sc 4 turn, sc 3 turn, sc2 turn, sc 1 finish off. Put the yarn through a sewing needle and sew down the side to get to the st after the previous arrow.

Create 5 triangles. Sew up the side to put the tail at the top and sew onto body

Hi, I’m Kelli

Crocheting and rug tufting are my passion. You will find me in weird corners of the earth with my hook in hand, crocheting my little heart out. I’d love to create a community of like-minded crocheters where we can connect in our passion for crafts!


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