Fall Guys Crochet Pattern

Fall Guys is a video game where you control your character through a series crazy obstacles and team games. Each round, a number of participants get eliminated. Your goal is to be the last fall guy standing and get the golden crown!

From the moment that I saw these cute little characters, I knew that I had to try crocheting one for myself! After seeing how adorable these little beans turned out, I wanted to share this pattern so that others can make their own cute character as well. This pattern will show you how make your very own Fall Guy. In addition, I also show you how to make a crown that your guy can wear. I hope you like it!


  • Crochet hook, 2.75mm
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle
  • Felt (black – for the eyes)
  • Fiber Fill/Stuffing
  • Yarn (any color yarn for the body – I used purple, white yarn for the face, yellow colored yarn for the crown)
  • Hot glue gun & glue (for glueing the felt eyes on, alternatively you can use a needle and some thread to secure the felt eyes onto the face)

Optional Materials

  • Stitch marker – I won’t be mentioning this in my pattern, but I rely on stitch markers to keep track of my stitch count and the start of my rows when I am crocheting.
  • Pins – I use pins to help visualize where pieces should go and help keep the pieces in the right location while sewing. I also use a few pins to keep the crown in place on top of the Fall Guy’s head once he is completed. This allows the crown to stay on his head while I move him around.

Pattern Abbreviations

sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
dc – double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
inc – increase
dec – decrease
ch – chain
[…] x # – follow the steps inside the square brackets # amount of times, then move onto the next step

You will also need to know how to create a magic circle.


(Purple yarn)

Forward-facing photo.

Row 1. magic circle with 6 stitches (6)
Row 2. inc x 6 (12)
Row 3. [sc, inc] x 6 (18)
Row 4. [sc x 2, inc] x 6 (24)
Row 5. [sc x 3, inc] x 6 (30)
Row 6. [sc x 4, inc] x 6 (36)
Row 7. [sc x 5, inc] x 6 (42)
Rows 8 – 21. sc x 42 (42)
Row 22. [sc x 13, inc] x 3 (45)
Row 23. sc x 45 (45)
Row 24. sc x 7, inc, sc x 14, inc, sc x 14, inc, sc x 7 (48)
Rows 25 – 26. sc x 48 (48)
Row 27. [sc x 6, dec] x 6 (42)
Row 28. [sc x 5, dec] x 6 (36)
Row 29. [sc x 4, dec] x 6 (30)
Row 30. [sc x 3, dec] x 6 (24)
Row 31. [sc x 2, dec] x 6 (18)
Row 32. [sc x 1, dec] x 6 (12)
Row 33. dec x 6 (6)

Fasten off and sew remaining hole closed. Trim and/or hide remaining yarn tail.

side-facing photo
Side-facing photo.


(Purple and white yarn)

Finished face with the outline of purple color.
Finished face.

Using white color yarn.
Row 1. magic circle with 6 stitches (6)
Row 2. ch 1, inc x 6, sl st into the next stitch (12)
Row 3. ch 1, [sc, inc] x 6, sl st into the next stitch(18)
Row 4. ch 1, [sc x 2, inc] x 6, sl st into the next stitch (24)

The finished white portion of the face.

Change color to the purple yarn.
Row 5. ch 1, [sc x 3, inc] x 6, sl st into the next stitch (30)

Switch to purple yarn.
Switch to purple colored yarn.

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing onto the body.

Feet (make two)

(Purple yarn)

Finished foot.

Row 1. ch 5
Row 2. (starting from the second chain from your hook) inc, sc x 2, sc 4 times into the next stitch, sc x 2, inc (12)

Foot after row 2.

Row 3. inc x 2, sc x 2, inc x 4, sc x 2, inc x 2 (20)
Row 4. sc x 20 in back loops only (20)

Single crochet into the back loops only.

Row 5. sc x 6, dec x 4, sc x 6 (16)
Row 6. (this will overflow 4 stitches into row 7) sc x 4, dec x 4, sc, dec x 3, sl st (9)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing onto the body.

Arms (make two)

(Purple yarn)

Finished arm.

Row 1. magic circle with 6 stitches (6)
Row 2. inc x 6 (12)
Row 3. [sc x 2, inc] x 6 (16)
Row 4. sc x 16 (16)
Row 5. sc x 16 (16)
Row 6. sc x 16 (16)
Row 7. sc x 16 (16)
Row 8. [sc x 6, dec] x 2 (14)
Row 9. sc x 14 (14)
Row 10. sc x 14 (14)
Row 11. [sc x 5, dec] x 2 (12)
Row 12. sc x 12 (12)
Row 13. sc x 12 (12)
Row 14. [sc x 4, dec] x 2 (10)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing onto the body.


(Yellow yarn)

Finished crown.

Row 1. ch 28 (28)
Row 2. ch 1, turn, sc x 27 (27)
Row 3. ch 1, turn, sc x 27 (27)
Row 4. ch 1, turn, sc x 27 (27)

Row 5 — chaining 5

Row 5. ch 1, turn, [sl st, ch 5, starting from the second ch from your hook – sl st, sc, hdc, dc, sl st in the third stitch of the row (see below image)] x 7

Row 5 — after you double crochet, skip two stitches and slip stitch in the third stitch.

Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing.

Putting the pieces together

Pin together Fall Guy before sewing.

Stuff the feet and arms with fiber fill or the stuffing of your choice.

Align the body parts together in the place you’d like to sew them. I recommend using pins as you figure out the perfect placement and to keep the body parts in place as you sew. Remember to remove the pins as you sew to avoid accidentally sewing a pin inside your Fall Guy or hurting yourself when sewing. I also cut the felt eyes around this time and placed the felt on my Fall Guy so I could better visualize the end result and more accurately place his body parts. However, I didn’t actually glue the felt eyes on until after I completed sewing my Fall Guy together.

Side view of pinned fall guy.

Here is the order I recommended sewing your Fall Guy in:

1. Sew the face onto the body.
2. Sew the feet onto the body, centering them with your Fall Guy’s face.
3. Sew the arms on onto the body, centering them on the sides of your Fall Guy. I sewed my Fall Guy’s arms 16 rows down from the top of his head.
4. Next, glue the eyes on your Fall Guy. A hot glue gun works well for glueing felt onto your amigurumi. If you do not want to glue the eyes on, you can also hand sew them on with a needle and thread.

5. Sew the crown together by meeting both ends together. You’ll see a crown form. Sew along the edge where your ends meet. See the above image.

And now, you have your finished Fall Guy & crown!

I hope you enjoyed this pattern and your new clumsy bean! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me and I will do my best to reply as soon as I can.

Every amigurumi is different, even when following the same pattern. I love seeing the different amigurumis created from my patterns. If you’d like to share a picture of your finished Fall Guy on social media, please tag me @toristorycreations! I would love to see them!

I hope you have a wonderful rest of your day. 🙂


This is an original pattern by toristorycreations. Please do not claim this pattern or any part of it as your own. If you plan on selling the amigurumi made from this pattern, please mention toristorycreations as the pattern designer. You may place a link to this pattern on your own website, but please do not repost or republish any part of this pattern on your site. As always, I love to see finished creations made by my patterns, so please share your own versions of this pattern with me @toristorycreations