Today’s post will be on a compilation of cute and practical crochet things that would make lovely gifts for teenage girls! Most of them are beginner friendly and small in size, so they could be worked up easily and even last minute.
I’ve included plushies, bags, hats, candle/plant holders and more so you will have lots of ideas for projects to make as gifts, or you may even be tempted to make things for yourself! I hope you enjoy making these patterns as much as the receiver of the finished product is likely to enjoy them too. Now let’s get into this round-up post of easy gifts for teenage girls.
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1. Yuki the Snow Bunny
The first few patterns are my very own! Here we have this lovely little bunny plush that anyone would adore, but especially a teenage girl.
The pattern includes a video tutorial for the heart and links for getting into amigurumi if you are just getting into it, I hope you find these helpful for making your bunny!
2. Tiny Tote Bag
Next we have a little multi purpose tote bag. This make a cute and quick project that would be great for holding various things such as earplugs, hair ties, jewellery and more!
3. Starburst Granny Square Phone Sling
Another bag for holding all your things! This makes a great small bag for slinging over your shoulder for quick outings.
I love how the granny squares at a pop of color to the plain base, and it creates a nice little pocket too!
4. Jumbo Strawberry
I adore this strawberry pattern, and I hope you do too! It is beginner friendly and no sewing involved, so any crochet level could give this a go!
Velvet yarn would make the plush chunky and give it a soft texture, although you might like to use any yarn that is accessible to you- keeping it mind it will change the size.
More blog posts for amigurumi beginners:
- My Foolproof Guide to Crocheting Amigurumi for Beginners
- What’s the best stuffing for amigurumi? (+ how to stuff!)
- How to Sew Amigurumi Parts Together (easy photo tutorial!)
5. Hair Bow
Here we have some adorable hair bows. You might like to make them as hair clips like the pattern shows, or attach elastic so that may be used as hair ties instead to be worn in someone’s hair or on their wrist!
6. Happy Bears
How adorable are these care bears! You might like to crochet one or the whole set for the teenage girl you are gifting these to.
The pattern includes several designs as you see above. It is available as a free pdf or you might like to follow the pattern along on the designer’s website.
7. Primavera Flowers Granny Square
These flower granny squares work up into a lovely design that you can make into whatever you desire! Some ideas you may like to consider include granny square cardigans, blankets, bags, coasters and more. The possibilities are endless!
8. Granny Flower Pot
Next we have this super handy granny square pot holder. You would need to be careful that the pot does not have a drainage hole, as when watered the holder might end up very wet!
This project is simply worked up with the five granny squares sewn together, it would also make a good excuse to use up scrap yarn too.
9. Granny Square Bucket Hat
This is the final granny square pattern but I can’t help including them, they are just so versatile! The pattern includes a handy 60 second video for learning how to make up the granny square.
It then goes into clear written details of everything else you need to know to make up a teenage girl’s new favourite hat.
10. Emmett Candle Cosy
These candle holders are just what someone needs to complete their home decor or prevent anyone from burning themselves on the glass.
They are super cute and work up easily, you won’t be able to stop with just making one!
11. Basic Sunburst Pillow
This sunburst pillow would look great sitting on a bed or couch. Various colored squares looks super effective, although you might like to make up yours in all one or even color-changing gradient yarn!
12. Velvet Scrunchies
Scrunchies are so quick and easy to make, you would be able to crochet a whole rainbow of them to gift to a teenager girl in no time!
Velvet yarn like the brand above or any kind of faux yarn would be recommended for these scrunchies are they more gentle on the hair while looking adorable too.
13. Watermelon Purse
Coins and cards are easy to get lost in the depths of someone’s part, so this watermelon purse makes a cute a practical way to keep everything together.
Black beads are worked into this project to create the look of watermelon seeds, although you might like to attach beads after or embroider them on with black yarn yourself.
14. Overknee Socks
These overknee socks are perfect for colder weather or accessorising with different outfits. They have bow ties at the top to help hold them up and make a cute extra detail.
The pattern has instructions for customising sizes and is likely best for beginner-intermediate level crocheters as simple stitches are involved, although transitioning from each part of the sock might be tricky.
15. Beanie with Pompom
Finally we have this lovely beanie pattern. There is a video tutorial, as well as written pattern with images so everyone will be able to follow.
The beanie body part is worked flat, and that is what makes this project and other beanies so good to fun and easy to crochet as a gift!