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Crochet Devil Trident Pattern

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We are almost there in getting the Halloween Devil costume done. All we need is a Satan Trident, another almighty component for the Red Devil besides the Devil Horns and Tail. After it is done, Hello Kitty, the amigurumi cat, will be all set for her Halloween party soon. Scroll down for the details and free crochet pattern on how to make this intimidating crochet Devil Trident.

crochet devil trident

The trident symbol can be found in Greek, Roman, and Hindu mythologies. So, it’s fair to say that the sign has a different meaning depending on the individual’s believes. In this case, images of the Devil carrying a trident spread around medieval times, causing people to associate the symbol with hell, power, and rebellion. 

The construction method of the crochet Devil Trident is similar to making an amigurumi. You will first need to crochet the prong legs, trident handle, and three-prong tips individually. Then, prepare a pipe cleaner or a disposable chopstick to insert into the trident handle and prong tips to stabilize it. Finally, sew the prong tips to the handle, and you’re all done! 


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diy trident for red devil doll

We used the same yarn as the one we crochet the amigurumi cat; it is light worsted weight in the US, DK in the UK and it is equivalent to 8-ply in Australia. The handle of the red devil trident is rigid and the size is 8.5″ long.

Depending on the yarn weight and crochet tension, your crochet trident could come out in slightly different sizes. If you are using a different yarn weight, a lighter yarn weight will produce a smaller trident, contrarily, a bulkier weight will produce a bigger trident. Please adjust the insert length according to the size of your trident.

satan trident crochet pattern

Changing the yarn weight is always easier to adapt a crochet pattern to make the final product bigger or smaller. For example: if you want to make it as part of your barbie doll’s devil costume, you may use crochet lace thread. Using a bulkier yarn will instantly blow up the size of this crochet trident which is great for toddlers.

Are you ready to view the complete Red Devil Costume on Hello Kitty? Click the link to get a complete look at our famous amigurumi cat style for her Halloween party appearance.

crochet devil trident

Crochet Devil Trident Pattern

Yield: Devil Trident
Active Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Difficulty: Beginner
Estimated Cost: USD 1 - 2

Free Crochet Devil Trident pattern to make for your amigurumi, stuffed animals, and dolls. The handle of the red devil trident is rigid and the size is 8.5 inches long and 3 inches wide.


  • Acrylic yarn in Red  (8 ply/DK/Light Worsted)
  • 4" (Fold to 2") Craft Pipe Cleaner or Craft Floral Wire, 2 pcs.
  • 8" Recycle-able Chopstick or straight Twig, 1 pc.


  • 2.5mm Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry needle or Darning needle
  • Scissors



(In US crochet terms)
ch: chain stitch
inc: 2sc increase
sc: single crochet
slst: slip stitch

Prong Tips
Make 3 with Red yarn.
Round 1: sc 3 in magic ring. {3}
Round 2: inc around. {6}
Round 3: [inc, sc] around. {9}
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Prong Legs
Make 2 with Red Yarn.
Round 1: sc 5 in magic ring. {5}
Round 2 - 10*: sc around. {5}
fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.
note *: make 10 rounds or until the length is about 2" long

Trident Handle
Make 1 with Red Yarn.
Round 1: sc 5 in magic ring. {5}
Round 2 - 40*: sc around. {5}
fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.
note *: make 40 rounds or until the length is about 8" long.


  1. Crochet all parts by following the trident crochet pattern. Cut 2 pcs of 4" from craft pipe cleaners, bend each into half respectively, twist each of them a little so that they're stronger. I used a recyclable chopstick as the Devil Trident's handle which I kept from a food take-out.. diy trident
  2. Insert the craft wire into the prong leg, followed by inserting the leg (round 1 side) into the prong tip. Sew the tip to the leg. Repeat the same to another pair of prong tip and leg.crochet spike
  3. Insert Chopstick into the handle with the wider side going in first. Insert the handle (the last round) into the prong tip. Sew the tip to the handle. devil trident crochet pattern
  4. Sew the prong to the side handle, at 2.5" from the tip. Repeat the same to the prong at the opposite side of the first prong. diy devil trident
  5. Finally, bend the short prongs to make them pointing upward to complete the Devil to crochet trident


Depending on the speed and hours you are spending on the project, the total time needed is only an approximation.

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