If you’re a fan of Pokemon, I’ve compiled 15 of my favorite free Pokemon Perler bead patterns. Whether you’re looking to create something for yourself or a friend, these patterns are sure to be just what you need.
So if it’s time to test your creativity and make some awesome Pokemon Perlers of your own. Grab those beads and let’s get started; it’s time for an adventure.
1. Oddish Perler Bead Pattern
Oddish is a dual-type Grass/Poison Pokemon. This bulb-like creature lives in grasslands and is nocturnal. That means it comes out during the nighttime.
2. Venomoth Perler Bead Pattern
Venomoth is one of the more unique Pokemon. As a Bug/Poison type, it has a slight edge over other Poison-type creatures due to its ability to fly.
3. Abra Perler Bead Pattern
As a Psychic-type species, it is so fun watching Abra in combat as it has access to many powerful attacks.
4. Parasect Perler Bead Pattern
Parasect gets its name because it combines the words parasite and insect. It evolves from a previous form called Paras and has its entire body taken over by the mushroom growing on its back.
5. Vileplume Perler Bead Pattern
Vileplume, the flower Pokemon, is the evolved form of Oddish. As its name suggests, Vileplume boasts an impressive blossom featuring a large head with huge petals.
6. Ivysaur Perler Bead Pattern
This leafy grass/poison-type Pokemon. It evolves from Bulbasaur starting at level sixteen and evolves into Venusaur starting at level thirty-two.
7. Snorlax Perler Bead Pattern
If you’re a fan of Pokemon, you’ll love Snorlax. This gentle giant is one of the most popular Pokemon characters. With his signature hibernating behavior and his sheer size, Snorlax is a fan favorite.
8. Mew Perler Bead Pattern
Mew is an elusive, rare Pokemon that few have seen in person. In the classic games of the franchise, it holds a special place as one of the most sought-after creatures to catch.
9. Rattata Perler Bead Pattern
Rattata is a small rodent-like creature. It evolves into Raticate starting at level twenty. If you like Rattata, you’ll love this Perler bead pattern.
10. Magikarp Perler Bead Pattern
Magikarp appears as a small fish-like creature with big, round eyes and fins that resemble an orange mohawk. Magikarp is a Water-type Pokemon introduced in Generation I.
11. Koffing Perler Bead Pattern
Koffing is a Poison-Type Pokemon. Resembling something like a purple balloon, Koffing releases harmful fumes that are deadly to humans but endearing to its namesake.
12. Eevee Perler Bead Pattern
As one of the original 151, Eevee has spawned eight additional evolutions, ranging from a water-type Vaporeon to a dark-type Umbreon.
13. Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern
Pikachu is one of the most well-known characters from Pokemon. He is a yellow, electric mouse-like creature that has garnered adoration from Pokemon fans worldwide.
14. Butterfree Perler Bead Pattern
Butterfree is a bug-type Pokemon from the Kanto region. While it is classified as a bug-type, Butterfree has the unique ability to poison, paralyze, or put its opponents to sleep with various moves.
15. Jigglypuff Perler Bead Pattern
This pink-hued, round Pokemon is often seen bouncing into battles with an air of innocence that contradicts its fighting capabilities. Jigglypuff is a powerful foe, relying on its singing to incapacitate adversaries and gain an advantage in battle.
I hope these free Pokemon patterns will inspire you to create a cool Perler bead project. Each project is unique and has plenty of room for creativity, so don’t be afraid to use your imagination.