This Sunday (January 31st) is International Zebra Day and to celebrate that, I have released a brand new amigurumi zebra pattern and complied a list crochet zebra patterns that I think you might like. My new zebra pattern is in the same style as most of my other amigurumi patterns so it fits in perfectly with the other African animal patterns. As you can see below I have a whole crochet safari and I’ll be adding a new animal to it very soon!
If you want to celebrate International Zebra Day with something other than amigurumi, I’ve got you covered. I’ve gathered together ten of my favourite zebra related crochet patterns so there’s sure to be something for everyone. I found everything from zebra baby shoes to curtain ties and tried to include patterns suitable for all levels of crocheters.
Hooded Zebra Blanket
Wrap yourself in this cosy Hooded Zebra Blanket. The pattern includes a few different size options and there are other animals too – Hippo, Elephant, Lion and Giraffe.
Animal hats are always fun to make and whilst I’ve never made a zebra one, I have had owls and giraffes. This pattern is available for free and has sizes from newborn to adult.
Zebra curtain tie back
This zebra curtain tie would make such an amazing addition to an animal-themed nursery. Alternatively, this could be used as a stuffed toy.
Noah’s Zebra Cot Blanket
by Kate Kinnear
If you want even more zebra themed nursery decor this zebra blanket is very versatile and can be used as a cot blanket, pram blanket, play mat, comforter or toy.
Zebra Baby Booties
Make your own special tapestry crochet clutch to carry your essentials with that zebra animal printed design. If you are new to tapestry crochet – don’t worry, the designer has included detailed instructions of everything you need to know.
Zebra Rattle or Teething Toy
If you need even more zebra themed baby items, take a look at these crochet zebra teething toys and rattles. These are quick, fun projects which can be made in about 2 hours.
Show your wild side with this Zebra Scarf! It features a cute Zebra head at one end and tail at the other. There are also legs to make the look complete.
Stripes are sewn randomly on the leg and across the entire length of the scarf.
Zebra at Home throw pillow
The zebra theme is much more subtle in this pattern. This cushion is a perfect touch to different interiors, especially those with Scandinavian notes.
Price: $18.35 (Only available in Animal Heads: Trophy Heads to Crochet)
Without a doubt, the most challenging pattern on this list and whilst a Zebra trophy head might not be to everyone’s taste, I had to include it. The level of detail on this pattern is amazing and if you check the Ravelry projects page you’ll see zebras in all different colours!
I hope I’ve helped you find the perfect zebra crochet pattern – let me know in the comments below which one you’ll be making!