Free Crochet Choco Monster Pattern For Chocolate Lovers

This crochet Choco Monster is presented to become a lovely project for both chocolate lovers and fans of cute, whimsical crafts. Drawing inspiration from the universally adored treat, chocolate, and the playful concept of a “monster,” this project is full of creativity. This is a little monster amigurumi doll in the shape of chocos that can sit with beautiful horns and embroidery teeth. It can become a perfect kitchen decoration, a keychain, or an ornament.

In this post, learn how to crochet this chocolate monster with a free and complete pattern provided by the designer. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, you can easily crochet it.

How to Crochet Choco Monster

Crochet Choco Monster Pattern


Skills Guide

Let’s summarize the techniques required for crocheting this amigurumi, providing a brief explanation for each:

  • Sc (Single Crochet): It’s performed by inserting the hook into the stitch, yarning over, pulling back through the stitch (two loops on the hook), yarning over again, and pulling through both loops on the hook.
  • Hdc (Half Double Crochet): You yarn over, insert the hook into the stitch, yarn over, and pull back through the stitch (three loops on hook), yarn over again, and pull through all three loops on the hook.
  • DC (Double Crochet): You start by yarning over, then insert the hook into the stitch, yarn over again and pull back through the stitch (three loops on hook), yarn over and pull through two loops (two loops left on hook), yarn over again and pull through the remaining two loops.
  • Sts (Stitches): A general term for the loops of yarn that are worked through to create crochet fabric. Many patterns will indicate the number of stitches needed for a project or the number of stitches that should be worked across a row.
  • Inc (Increase): A method used to make the crochet piece wider by adding more stitches to a row or round. Usually done by working more than one stitch into a single stitch from the previous row or round.
  • Dec (Decrease): A technique to reduce the width or size of the crochet piece by combining two or more stitches from the previous row or round into one. This method is often used in shaping items.
  • Flo (Front Loop Only): When you work a stitch only into the front loop of the base stitch, leaving the back loop unworked. This technique can create interesting textures or ridges in your crochet fabric.
  • Blo (Back Loop Only): This method has you work the stitch in the back loop only of the base stitch, also for texture or to create ribbing. It seems there is a typo on “Bio”; it should refer to “Blo” for back loop only.
  • Inc hdc (Increase Half Double Crochet): An increase worked by making two half double crochet stitches into the same stitch, effectively increasing the number of stitches in the row or round.
  • Inc dc (Increase Double Crochet): Similar to an inc hdc, but with double crochet stitches. You work two double crochet stitches into one base stitch to increase the stitch count.


Following are the supplies that were used by the designer for crocheting choco monster amigurumi:

  • White, (light, medium, and dark) brown yarn (Medium weight)
  • 9mm Safety Eyes and backings
  • 3.5mm hook
  • Polyfill stuffing
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Pearl pins
  • White & black embroidery thread/yarn


The choco monster pattern has been written using the following crochet abbreviations whose meanings are described:

  • ch– chain
  • inc – increase
  • st– stitch
  • dec decrease
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • BLO back loops only
  • sc – single crochet
  • Fasten off cut yarn

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Crochet Choco Monster

The crochet Choco Monster embodies the delightful blend of chocolate’s sweetness and the playful mischief of a monster. Imagine crocheting a creature with a rich, brown body that mimics the color of chocolate, adorned with button eyes and a wide, endearing smile that invites affection. Below is the crochet pattern for recreating this idea:


Crochet Choco Monster

  • Starting with light brown
  • Rnd 1: In a magic circle, sc 6 (6)
  • Rnd 2: inc (x6) (12)
  • Rnd 3: (sc, inc) (x6) (18)
  • Rnd 4: (sc 2, inc) (x6) (24)
  • Rnd 5: (sc 3, inc) (x6) (30)
  • Rnd 6-11: sc around (30)
  • Change to medium brown
  • Rnd 12: IN BLO, sc around (30)
  • Rnd 13-19: sc around (30)
  • Rnd 20: (sc 3, dec) (x6) (24)
  • Rnd 21: (sc 2, dec) (x6) (18)
  • Stuff the body well now and add in the eyes between Rnd 8-9,
  • 6 sts apart. Rnd 22: (sc, dec) (x6) (12)
  • Rnd 23: dec (x6) (6)
  • Fasten off and sew the hole shut. Weave in the ends.
  • Embroider a little white line around the outer edge of the eye. Embroider has a mouth(black line) and teeth in white.

Body Ruffles

Body ruffle

  • Starting with white
  • Attach yarn to any of the front loops left over from Rnd II (I suggest starting from the back for a cleaner look at the front).
  • Rnd 1: sc 3 in each front loop around (90)
  • Sl st to the first st of Rnd I and fasten off. Weave in the Ends.

Arms (x2)


  • Starting with light brown
  • Rnd 1: In a magic circle, sc 6 (6)
  • Rnd 2: inc (x6) (12)
  • Rnd 3-4: sc around (12)
  • Rnd 5: dec (x6) (6)
  • Rnd 6: sc around (6)
  • Stuff well. Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing

Legs (x2)

  • Starting with dark brown
  • In a magic circle, sc 6 (6)
  • Rnd 2: inc (x6) (12)
  • Rnd 3: sc around (12)
  • Rnd 4: dec (x6) (6)
  • Stuff lightly. Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing

Horns (x2)

  • Starting in dark brown
  • Rnd 1: In a magic circle, so 4 (4)
  • Rnd 2: sc around (4)
  • Rnd 3: inc (x4) (8)
  • Stuff lightly if you would like. Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.


  • Now it’s time to assemble!
  • Pin the horns between Rnds 3-5 of the monster’s body.
  • Pin the arms right underneath the white ruffles. They should be about I round away from the outer edge of the eyes.
  • Pin the shoes between Rnd 16-19. Place them so that the inner arm touches the outer edge of the shoe
  • Then sew everything on and you’re done!

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