Have you ever wondered what’s the most adorable animal on Earth? The answer for today is: Amigurumi Crochet Elephant! We are one hundred percent sure that you are not going to be able to resist their fluffy softness, their wonderful roundness and their big floppy ears. Can you feel your heart melting already? You can’t help it, we’ve tried!
1. Amigurumi Elephant Toy
- Designed by Marta Timok
Big and soft — this amigurumi toy is a dream of every child in the world! The elephant’s trunk and ears look realistic, and its arms can move! There is no written crochet pattern, but the author filmed five detailed videos on how to create the amigurumi elephant. You should try it!
PHOTOS by Marta Timok / Ravelry.com
2. Lord Ganesha Ganpati Amigurumi Doll
- Designed by Anvi’s Granny
Ganesh is an elephant-headed Hindu god of beginnings. It is one of the most appreciated gods in India. It patrons intellectuals, authors, creators, and bankers. You can decorate your house with its figurine. Create it with this easy amigurumi elephant crochet pattern and a video tutorial.
PHOTOS by @anvisgranny / Instagram.com
3. Elephant Amigurumi
- Designed by: spinayarncrochet.com
It may be a flat Crochet Elephant, but it most certainly isn’t a flat pattern! On the contrary: you are certainly going to get very emotional with it. Because delight is an emotion, right? Just look at this cute pattern and make it today!
PHOTOS by spinayarncrochet.com / spinayarncrochet.com
Find this free pattern on spinayarncrochet.com
4. Gustav, the balancing elephant
- Designed by: Carla Mitrani
This lovely version of the amigurumi elephant will totally warm your heart. The little Circus Elephant on the ball looks lovely, especially in that pompom cap, doesn’t it? Gustav, the balancing elephant is really adorable and I hope you will love it!
PHOTOS by Amour Fou blog / Ravelry.com
5. Gustav elephant
- Designed by: Carla Mitrani
You’re not sure about the circus version of the elephant? Here you can see another version of Gustav, the balancing elephant. What’s more, without ball, without pompom hat but still adorable! Choose your favourite colour of yarn and start today. Moreover, it’s a fantastic gift idea!
PHOTOS by Teckatlipoka / Ravelry.com
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6. Beautiful Lady Elephant
- Designed by: unknown
Just look at this stylish Beautiful Lady Elephant! Feminine and charming amigurumi will be perfect as a gift for your little princess, don’t you think? Thanks to the cute ribbon on the neck elephant looks like a nice gift! What’s more, it’s really beginner friendly, so don’t wait up!
PHOTOS by unknown / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on patterncenter.com
7. Blue Elephant
- Designed by: MommyCrochet
Heavenly light blue coupled with girly pastel pink is a combination that simply never fails, especially when it’s being used to crochet this sweet creature! Every little boy and girl will instantly fall in love with a toy like that Blue Elephant, so it’s a really cute gift idea!
PHOTOS by MommyCrochet / Ravelry.com
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8. Chubby Elephant
- Designed by: Spin a Yarn Crochet
This chubby and so squishy elephant will be your kiddo best friend, so make sure to crochet it as soon as you can! You can gift it for instance for a birthday or for no occasion whatsoever. Moreover, this sweet elephant is really nice in touch, because it’s made with velvety yarn.
PHOTOS by Spin a Yarn Crochet / Ravelry.com
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- Designed by: Studio Madelaine
These fantastic elephants in the pictures below were made by Studio Madelaine. The best part is that they are extremely easy to crochet, but it’s more to it! For instance, you can make them with yarn scraps and they’re perfectly safe for little kiddos to play with. It’s a fantastic, zero waste stroller toy!
PHOTOS by Studio Madelaine / Ravelry.com
10. Elwis Elephant Amigurumi
- Designed by: Joanne Loh
These super real looking elephants were crocheted by Joanne Loh. They make the sweetest pair of friends, so make sure to crochet them together. Of course feel free to use any yarn color you with. The finished size is 9” while sitting and 12” while standing. What a fantastic huggable toy!
PHOTOS by Joanne Loh / Ravelry.com
11. Sunny the Elephant
- Designed by: Carolyne Brodie
Elephants are extremely inteligent and sensitive animals. They love spending time with their friends and family outside, in the sun. So does this little fellow in the pictures below! Just look how happy and excited for spring this cutie is! It measures 13″(38 cm) when using a D hook.
PHOTOS by Carolyne Brodie / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on Ravelry.
12. Pink Crochet Elephant Pattern
- Designed by: amigurumi.today
This little sweetie in the pictures below was made by miniroamigurumis. It’s a lovely toy for kiddos and it could be a lucky charm for all your friends. What’d more, you can make this amigurumi really quickly, so you can have a bunch of these in just couple of days!
PHOTOS by miniroamigurumis /Instagram.com
13. Azra’s lovephant
- Designed by:
This adorable elephant in the pictures below is very easy to crochet, but most of all, it’s so sweet! The pattern itself is very easy to follow and super intuitive, so you’ll be able to have your own cool elephant in to time! You only need to know basic crochet skills for this ami.
PHOTOS by vera_migurumi / Instagram.com
14. Woolbox Pink Elephant
- Designed by: Heather C Gibbs (KCACO.UK)
This easy to crochet toy is perfect for children. Because of the simple design, the projects are very quick, and you can start at any level. It’s both interesting and doesn’t require much thinking. Plus, there are yarn recommendations for the photo look. Follow the free amigurumi elephant crochet pattern to get started today.
PHOTOS by Woolbox / Ravelry.com
15. Crochet Elephant Toy Pattern
- Designed by: Lucy Kate
Grab your hook and start crocheting! This elephant toy is a great starting point for beginners who haven’t worked with projects like this before. The step-by-step instructions are easy to follow. Just follow the simple directions in the pattern and choose the suggested materials. Anyone will love a gift like this. Be sure it’s worth a try!
PHOTOS by Lucy Kate / Ravelry.com