Get over 50 patterns for Pokemon perler beads! There are a variety of your favorite characters from Nintendo’s classic game series including Pikachu, Eevee, Charmander, Bulbasaur, and more!
Picture it – 1999, and it’s your girl’s first trip to Europe. First time out of the country! Yes . . I was 22 years old, and while I had been on a plane many times – I had never been to Europe, or anywhere international.
I went with friends, and we were traveling to several countries. One of them who had traveled a lot before let me know that there would be down time on the train.
SO I brought some books . . . and a Nintendo Game Boy. With one cartridge. Pokemon!
I played hours and hours of that game when I was on the train just hanging out, and when I couldn’t sleep. And you know what? I wasn’t the only one. Everyone loves Pokemon, and if you’re here, you probably do too.
If you’ve never played it before, Pokemon is a role-playing video game in which you are a Pokemon trainer. The goal is to become a master. And who doesn’t want to be a master? I’m in.
The key to victory over the game lies in understanding your Pokemon’s strengths, weaknesses, and the elemental type advantages. It’s a mix of strategy and adventure, and that’s what I love about it.
If you’ve been here before, you know we love perler beads . . . and we also love video games!
We’ve brought the two together before with Among Us, Minecraft, and now we’re doing Pokemon perler beads. And I’m so excited to share them with you, because it brings back all the goods memories of game play over the years.
My mission today is to bring your favorite characters to life through beads! If you’re trying to recreate Pikachu’s electrifying charm, Bulbasaur’s vibrant green hues, or the fiery spectacle that is Charizard, I’ve got you covered.
All your favorite characters are part of this collection! Either keep scrolling or do a search on the page to find the pattern you’re looking for. You can always leave me a comment too!
Remember that perler beads are recommended for ages six and up, so this is a very fun craft to try with children. They love perler beads (also known as hama beads, fuse beads, or melty beads). But don’t be shy – adults love them as well.
Tips for Using Perler Beads
Before we get into the patterns, I want to review a few basics of using fuse beads to make sure you get the best results (using Baby Yoda as an example). If you don’t want the tips, scroll down to the bottom to get the Pokemon hama bead patterns.
Remember that the overall goal is to melt the beads together on both sides while still leaving the holes open. Here’s how you’ll do that.
Note: If your project is really large, check out the tape method, which keeps everything together while ironing.
Use Ironing or Parchment Paper
Once your project is done, place ironing paper or parchment paper over the beads on the pegboard. Be gentle so you don’t disturb the beads underneath.
Heat your iron to the medium setting (no steam). In a circular motion, begin to iron the project. Don’t press down too hard with the iron. When ironed properly, the beads will still have an open center. Check and make sure your edges are melted. Let the design cool on the pegboard.
Note: BE CAREFUL about lifting up the paper while you’re ironing! If you want to check, carefully peel back paper around the edge of your design and see if all the beads are melted.
If you lift the paper up quickly and there are a lot of unmelted beads, they will easily fall off or go flying and you may be forced to start over. Sometimes the edges need more time so when you check, just check the edges and peel paper back slowly.
Another Note: some beads melt faster than others (clear melts faster than white, for example). So some holes might be larger than others. It’s okay! That’s part of the look of the project.
Iron the Other Side
Remove the bead design from the pegboard. Flip it over to the non-melted side and repeat the fusing process.
Remove the Paper
Let cool completely and remove the paper again (which is reusable). Some people pull the paper off after they iron the first side, but I just wait until the end and peel off both pieces. It’s up to you!
Now if you’re ready for the Pokemon perler beads, here are the patterns.
Pokemon Hama Beads
- A few of these patterns are larger than a 29 x 29 pegboard, so you’ll either need a extra large pegboard (49 x 69 tall) or to put multiple square peg boards together to form a larger “canvas.”
- You’ll see a couple of the pattern backgrounds below aren’t white – that’s simply to give contrast so you can see where all the white beads should go. You don’t need to add the background (but you can if you want to).
- You don’t have to stick to my color choices. A lot of times I just use what I have on hand, so feel free to customize.
- I typically start with easier, smaller patterns in my list and then move on to the more difficult ones. If you’re looking for something a bit more advanced, just keep scrolling!
Mini Pokemon Perler Bead Patterns
Get a tiny Pokeball, Charmander, Umbreon, Pikachu, Bulbasaur, and Squirtle.
Face Down Pikachu
This pattern uses 87 black, 9 gingerbread, 119 yellow, and 8 tomato beads.
Cute Little Kirby
This pattern uses 84 black, 67 light pink, 48 cotton candy, 8 magenta, 24 white, 10 dark green, and 6 dark blue beads.
Charmander Front and Side
This pattern uses 86 black, 125 cheddar, 63 orange, 15 parrot green, 8 white, 35 teal, 2 gray, 24 pastel yellow, and 12 yellow beads.
This pattern uses 77 black, 52 sour apple, 14 bright green, 40 sky, 37 parrot green, 6 white, and 2 red beads.
This pattern uses 89 black, 55 pastel blue, 32 light blue, 4 brown, 23 gingerbread, 7 white, 4 light gray, 7 yellow, and 4 parrot green beads.
This pattern uses 65 black, 26 cotton candy, 103 light pink, and 10 red beads.
This pattern uses 87 black, 33 white, 6 tomato, 13 brown, 8 gray, 2 yellow, and 27 sand beads.
This pattern uses 103 black, 13 light green, 73 pastel yellow, 28 parrot green, 38 cheddar, 9 white, 30 parrot green, and 11 gingerbread beads.
This pattern uses 100 black, 13 light blue, 4 cobalt, 23 pastel blue, 37 slate blue, 3 white, 2 red, 1 mist, and 4 pastel yellow beads.
Small Ash Ketchum
This pattern uses 103 black, 13
This pattern uses 122 white, 179 yellow, 2 white, and 8 red beads.
This pattern uses 178 black, 80 pastel yellow, 13 gray, 17 yellow, 14 gingerbread, and 2 blush.
This pattern uses 104 black, 39 gray, 10 cheddar, 23 yellow, 63 charcoal, 2 white, 2 cranapple, and 1 red bead.
This pattern uses 87 black, 62 pastel blue, 56 light blue, 27 dark gray, 8 yellow, 9 pastel yellow, 8 gray, 13 white, and 4 dark blue beads.
This pattern uses 66 black, 55 sky, 36 mint, 13 light blue, 6 white, and 16 honey beads.
This pattern uses 136 black, 56 frosted lilac, 63 light lavender, 3 white, and 3 red beads.
This pattern uses 94 black, 60 mint, 17 light gray, 16 carribean sea, 22 sand, 16 light brown, 60 cream, and 2 white beads.
This pattern uses 138 black, 248 yellow, 2 white, and 28 red.
This pattern uses 122 black, 22 gray, 16 white, 22 brown, 55 pastel blue, 35 light blue, 12 fawn, and 7 sand beads.
This pattern uses 201 black, 18 fern, kiwi lime, 23 sour apple, 203 mint, 13 teal, 42 parrot green, 18 white, and 20 red beads.
This pattern uses 259 black, 147 cream, 26 gingerbread, 29 light brown, 5 cheddar, 11 yellow, 60 tan, 1 white, and 2 blush beads.
This pattern uses 125 black, 84 white, 29 gray, 16 light lavender, 17 purple, and 13 charcoal beads.
This pattern uses 85 black, 38 light blue, 45 charcoal, 41 slate blue, 22 red, 11 white, 6 yellow, 10 pastel yellow, and 10 cream beads.
This pattern uses 123 black, 315 cotton candy, 6 white, 2 cobalt, 14 hot pink, and 25 red beads.
This pattern uses 123 black, 160 teal, and 211 cream beads.
This pattern uses 94 black, 22 cherry, 32 red, 65 cobalt, 5 yellow, 111 cream, and 6 sand beads.
Pikachu with Tail
This pattern uses 283 black, 490 yellow, 5 gingerbread, 10 cheddar, 2 white, and 24 red beads.
This pattern uses 161 black, 16 hot coral, 17 yellow, 42 red, 13 bright green, 73 sky, 13 dark green, 66 turquoise, and 8 white beads.
This pattern uses 238 black, 39 yellow, 6 red, 8 white, 12 gray, and 16 gingerbread beads.
This pattern uses 128 black, 101 light blue, 54 pastel blue, 24 white, 16 fawn, 6 charcoal, 4 gingerbread, 40 tan, and 32 sand beads.
This pattern uses 97 black, 59 red, 26 dark gray, 59 cream, 23 rust, 25 cranapple, 1 sky, 27 yellow, 16 gray, 7 light gray, and 4 cheddar beads.
Large Ash Ketchum
This pattern uses 180 black, 47 red, 60 white, 7 fern, 28 tan, 55 sand, 18 light gray, 16 dark blue, 4 kiwi lime, 6 yellow, and 15 carribean sea beads.
This pattern uses 65 black, 117 cheddar, 145 gingerbread, 413 yellow, 2 white, 16 red, 28 light brown, and 7 cream beads.
Large Standing Pikachu
This pattern uses 248 black, 557 yellow, 76 cheddar, 2 white, 24 red, and 11 gingerbread beads.
This pattern uses 305 black, 236 tan, 24 light brown, 216 tan, 126 sand, 88 toasted marshmallow, 2 white, and 2 brown beads.
This pattern uses 89 light brown, 195 rust, 209 orange, 70 charcoal, 75 cheddar, 9 white, 5 teal, 4 carribean sea, 1 robin’s egg, 14 honey, 54 yellow, and 24 cream beads.
This pattern uses 432 pastel blue, 79 light blue, 30 gingerbread, 101 black, 16 gray, 5 white, 79 honey, 39 butterscotch, and 75 cream beads.
Extra Large Bulbasaur
This pattern uses 22 olive, 34 slime, 92 dark spruce, 76 kiwi apple, 39 sour apple, 78 forest, 190 lagoon, 107 mint, 70 teal, 73 light green, 7 frosted lilac, 7 red, 23 cranapple, 20 white, and 8 hot coral beads.
This pattern uses 296 black, 619 flamingo, 97 light pink, 20 white, 198 salmon, 8 cobalt, 5 light blue, 159 fruit punch, 213 cherry, and 40 red beads.
This pattern uses 196 black, 64 lagoon, 112 teal, 242 cream, and 90 cheddar beads.
This pattern uses 292 black, 53 robin’s egg, 330 sky, 116 light gray, 105 butterscotch, 2 white, 4 gingerbread, 51 mist, and 12 honey beads.
This pattern uses 87 black, 181 purple, 44 light lavender, 36 dark gray, 16 magenta, and 15 white beads.
This pattern uses 33 cobalt, 104 black, 80 light blue, 50 charcoal, 126 slate blue, 1 cranapple, 7 white, 3 red, 7 mist, 39 pastel blue, 10 tan, and 10 yellow beads.
This pattern uses 203 red, 67 yellow, 24 cheddar, 37 dark blue, 73 orange, 109 pastel blue, 52 black, 42 light blue, 185 sand, 32 fawn, and 5 white beads.
This pattern uses 223 black, 30 pastel blue, 612 yellow, 30 kiwi lime, 102 gray (or silver), 54 red, 2 white, and 7 gingerbread beads.
What did you think of these Pokemon perler beads? Let me know in the comments! I’d also love for you to check out these other patterns: