Worsted Weight Yarn. I used Red Heart.

  • Dark Green
  • Dark Brown
  • Brown
  • Light Grey
  • Yellow for the eyes

4.5 mm Size G Crochet Hook
3.75 mm Size F Crochet Hook (for the extras)
Stuffing (fiberfill, polyfill, etc.)
Tapestry Needle


[American English Terms]
slst – slip stitch
ch – chain stitch
sc – single crochet
inc – increase (2 single crochet stitches in the same stitch.
dec – decrease (single crochet 2 stitches together)
f/o – fasten off
[ ] – repeat instructions between [ and ]
( ) – the total number of stitches for row

Finished Size:

Finished size is about 7.5” tall. Size varies based on yarn, crochet hook, and how tightly you crochet.

Special Stitch Instructions:

Most pieces begin with a “ring”. Use any type of ring you are comfortable with (i.e. Magic Circle, chain 2 and single crochet in second chain, etc.). You’ll be working in one continuous spiral, unless otherwise noted.

The use of a marker is very useful if you’re not used to working in continuous rounds. It’s also great if you have to stop midway.

About the Pattern:

I am in no way affiliated with SquareEnix or anything to do with the Final Fantasy franchise. This pattern is not branded as anything affiliated with said franchise. This pattern and dolls created from this pattern may not be used for retail or commercial purposes. Tonberry is a registered trademark or trademark of Square Enix Co., Ltd.

This pattern is an original pattern by ArtisticGaming (February 2014). Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but you may not sell or distribute it. If the pattern is used please link back to me as a courtesy between creators.

Tonberry Head

With dark green yarn:

1. MC – 6 (6)
2. 6 inc (12)
3. [1sc, 1inc] x 6 (18)
4. [2sc, 1inc] x 6 (24)
5. [3sc, 1inc] x 6 (30)
6. [4sc, 1inc] x 6 (36)
7. [5sc, 1inc] x 6 (42)
8. [6sc, 1inc] x 6 (48)
9 – 14. 48sc
15. [4sc, 1dec] x 8 (40)
16. 40sc
17. [3sc, 1dec] x 8 (32)
18. 8sc, [1dec, 1sc] x 5, 9sc (27)
19. 8sc, [1dec, 1sc] x 4, 7sc (23)
20. [1sc, 1dec] x 2, 5dec, [1sc, 1dec] x 2 1sc (14)
f/o and stuff


Tonberry Body

With dark green yarn:
You’re going to pick up stitches around the opening of the head. Go through both loops, starting from the back / where you f/o’d the head piece. (Picture 1) For this part we’ll not be working in rounds.

1. Create a slip stitch. ch2 in first stitch this will count as a sc, 1sc in same stitch. 13inc, ch1 turn. (28)
2- 7. 28sc, ch1 turn
8. 7sc, [1inc, 1sc] x 7, 7sc (35)
9. 35sc, ch1 turn
10. 35sc, ch1 turn
11. 35sc, ch1 turn
12. 35sc, slip stitch across the gap into the first stitch of the row, closing the gap.

This next part will be worked in a continuous round. (Picture 2) You’ll be closing the gap for the bottom of piece.

1. Create a slip stitch and pick up a stitch close to the gap on his back. ch2 , this will count as 1 sc. Stitch in the back loops only for 34sc. (35)
2. [1dec, 1sc] continue this until the gap is completely closed. You should have a somewhat flat surface when finished. f/o and tie up any holes.

Begin sewing up the gap in back, stuffing as you go.



Feet / Boots

Make 2.
With dark brown yarn:
1. ch8, 1inc, 4sc, 1hdc, 7dc in last ch. work down opposite side of ch, 1hdc, 4sc, 1inc. Do not join, continue in rounds. (21)
2. 2inc, 7sc, 3inc, 8sc, 1inc (27)
3. Work in backloops for this row only: 7sc, 1hdc, 11dc, 1hdc, 7sc (27)
4. [1sc, 1dec] x 9 (18)
5. [1sc, 1dec] x 6 (12)
6. [1sc, 1dec] x 4 (8)
f/o, leave a long tail for attaching to body.

Stuff lightly. Attach feet to body in a V shape on the front.


Using Dark Green yarn:
1. MC – 4 (4)
2. 4sc (4)
3. [1inc, 1sc] x 2 (6)
4. [1inc, 2sc] x 2 (8)
5. [1inc, 3sc] x 2 (10)
6. [1inc, 4sc] x 2 (12)
7. 12 sc
8. [1inc, 5sc] x 2 (14)
9. [1inc, 6sc] x 2 (16)
10-15. 16sc
f/o leave a long tail for attaching. Stuff. Attach to body.

Make 2:
1. MC -4 (4)
2. 4sc (4)
3. 4inc (8)
4. 8sc
5. [1sc, 1inc] x 4 (12)
f/o leave tail for attaching. No need to stuff. Attach to tail. You can attach them either horizontally or vertically. Vertically is more accurate to the character while horizontally allow the plush to easily stand.



With brown yarn:

1. CH26 – 25sc. Test this length around the neck of your tonberry to ensure it fits. Add or Dec chains as needed.
2. 25sc
3. 1inc, 4sc, 1inc, 13sc, 1inc, 4sc, 1inc (29)
4-5. 29sc
6. 1inc, 6sc, 1inc, 6sc, 1inc, 6sc, 1inc, 6sc, 1inc (34)
7-9. 34sc
10. 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 28sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc (38)
11. 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 28sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc, 1sc, 1inc (44)
12-13. 44sc
14. 1inc, 42sc, 1inc (46)
f/o, leave a long tail for sewing.

Wrap around body with ends meeting down the back and tail. Sew closed and secure to body. (Picture 3)



Make 2.
With dark green yarn:
1. MC – 6 (6)
2. [1sc, 1inc] x 3 (9)
3-9. 9sc
10. CH1, Turn. 1dec, 2sc, 1dec
f/o leave long tail for sewing. Lightly stuff and attach to body. (Picture 4)


Make 2:
Using brown yarn
1.Leave a long starter tail to attach to body – CH14, 13sc
2. 1inc, 11sc, 1inc (15)
3. 1inc, 13sc, 1inc (17)
4. 1inc, 15sc, 1inc (19)
5-7. 19sc
f/o – Leave tail to help sew together. Fold over arms on doll, sew ends together. Sew onto body completely covering the arm. (Picture 5)





Make 2
With brown yarn:
1. Leave a long starter tail to attach to body. – CH12, 11sc
2. [1sc, 1inc] x 5 1sc (16)
3-4. 16sc
5. [2sc, 1inc] x 5 1sc (21)
6. 21sc
7. [3sc, 1inc] x 5 1sc (26)
8-12. 26sc
13. 25sc (Yes we’ll be skipping the last stitch)
14. Turn, CH1. Skip first stitch. 24sc. (24)
15. 23sc
16. Turn, CH1. Skip first stitch. 22Sc (22)
17. 21sc
18. Turn, CH1. Skip first stitch. 20Sc (20)
19. 19sc
20. Turn, CH1. Skip first stitch. 18Sc (18)
21. 17sc
22. Turn, CH1. Skip first stitch. 16Sc (16)
f/o. Leave tail for sewing.

Sew both pieces together connecting the “stairs.” (Picture 6)

Sew hood to body piece. Fold back as far as you desire. (Picture 7)


Make 2.
With gold yarn:
1. MC – 4. Slip stitch into first stitch.
F/o and attach.






Use a 3.75mm hook for the knife.
With light grey yarn:
1. CH9, 8 sc
2-5. 8sc
6. 1dec, 4sc, 1dec (6)
7. 6sc
8. 1dec, 2sc, 1dec (4)
9. 4sc
f/o leave tail for sewing.

With dark brown yarn:
1. CH5, 4sc
2-4. 4sc
f/o leave tail for sewing.

Fold the knife handle in half, place tip inside the folded blade. (Picture

Sew ends together and attach to tonberry hand.

Tonberry Lantern:

Use 4.5 mm Crochet Hook
With light brown yarn:
1. MC – 6 (6)
2. 6 inc (12)
3. Back loops only: 12sc (12)
4. Switch color to gold, continue back loops only: 12sc
5. Both loops: 12sc
6. 12sc
7. 12sc
8. Switch color to light brown, front loops only: [3sc, 1inc] x 3 (15)
9. Begin stuffing. Back loops only: DEC until closed.
f/o leave tail, sew hole shut.

Start with a long tail for sewing.

1. CH12.
f/o leave tail, sew on to top as handle.