Waffle the Chubby Bear is a rotund little amigurumi bear who stands on a round bottom. He’s the perfect Sunday afternoon project that is a great stash buster and works as adorable home decor, gifts, or toy for a child. Make a whole family of little bears in different colors!
Bingsoo the Chubby Penguin is a cute and chubby amigurumi penguin here to help you welcome the colder weather! He’s the newest free pattern on my blog, and a great beginner friendly pattern for those who have never tried amigurumi before or are just starting out.
Cinnamon the Mini Bear is a miniature teddy bear with an adorable top hat and bowtie. His size of 3.5 inches makes him perfect as a bag charm or keychain, so that he can accompany you wherever you go. Customize him with different bowtie colors to match your mood or your favorite color!
Almanzo the amigurumi farmer boy is a quick, cute, and customizable doll with overalls perfect for fall-themed decor or gifts. Dress him up as a scarecrow or a farmer or make him a mini-me for a boy who loves overalls. The possibilities are endless with this stash buster, so get started on the free crochet pattern now!
Being in quarantine for so long can be tough, especially if all your favorite boba stores are temporarily closed. Since I missed my favorite drink so much, I decided to create a mini amigurumi version to keep me company.
Aurora the Princess Doll is an amigurumi princess doll free pattern that can be endlessly customized to look like yourself or your favorite Disney princesses. While this project may look complicated, it’s composed only of the most basic stitches. The perfect gift for a child or for yourself!
This fluffy crochet bear is the perfect handmade gift for a child’s birthday or for Valentine’s day. Make it with this free pattern using only one skein of Go For Faux yarn—the perfect quick and easy stash buster. Infinitely customizable and the most unique gift out there!
Following amigurumi patterns is fun and straightforward, but have you ever wanted to create an image that was living inside your head? Before I started designing my own amigurumi patterns, I used to scour the internet looking for patterns or pictures that matched the exact kind of stuffie that I wanted to make. It could take hours and often, there just wasn’t a pattern that existed, because everyone out there has their own unique style!
If you spend a little too much of your time making amigurumi like I do, then you’re probably also pretty invested in making your amigurumi project look as cute as possible. So besides the yarn, hooks, and notions, what goes into that elusive cute factor?
Shirokuma the mini polar bear is a munchkin sized chibi polar bear. A beginner friendly project perfect for first-timers, Shirokuma makes the perfect gift or accessory—you can even take him everywhere as a keychain or bag charm!