Amigurumi Succulents

21 Amigurumi Succulents

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Having a house full of plants is truly a dream of mine, and I’m sure yours is as well! Plants make the space more livable and inviting, closer to nature, if you will. Above all, they make the air cleaner and better. But not everyone has the time or skills to take care of plants, especially succulents. I have to admit that I’ve killed more than a few cactuses and similar plants, but I really enjoy their presence! In conclusion, making amigurumi succulents will allow you to enjoy these adorable plants forever! Moreover, they make the most thoughtful gifts!

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1. Amigurumi Snake Plant

  • Designed by Lauren Espy

This lovely snake plant amigurumi is charming and requires no care — watering, weeding, transplanting, etc. Once make it with a free snake plant pattern, you’ll get months and years of months and years of contemplation. Perfect!

Amigurumi Snake Plant free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Lauren Espy / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on amenagerieofstitchesblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. Succulent Flower

  • Designed by Roseanna Murray

Look at this succulent crochet flower! It is like a real one, yes? It’s an easy-level project that you can implement with a free pattern. To make sturdy leaves, choose the smallest hook for the yarn you have, and you’ll create a forever plant for your place.

free crochet succulent flower pattern

PHOTOS by Roseanna Murray / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on moaracrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

3. Cactus Garden Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Artefacts Crochet Design

I absolutely love this little crochet cactus garden, and I’m sure I will try it myself! Five different cactus plants make such a lovely variety of amigurumi succulents that they are ideal for embellishing your home decor, especially when you love having plants around!

Cactus Garden Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Spotlight / spotlightstores.com

Find the original free pattern on spotlightstores.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Mini Prickly Pear Cactus

  • Designed by Zoe Bartley

I love blooming cactuses, but unfortunately, they only bloom once a year (and that’s only if you’re lucky). If you make this amazing cactus, you’ll be able to enjoy them for the rest of your life. Above all, it’s easy to make!

crochet blooming cactus pattern

PHOTOS by Zoe Bartley / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

5. Cactus Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Yarnplaza

This pattern is featuring four instructions to make four different cactuses. I must admit, they look gorgeous and I’ll have to try them, hope you’ll too! Above all, they are such a cute piece of decor for any interior!

Cactus Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Yarnplaza / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on yarnplaza.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

6. Mini Round Barrel Cactus Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Zoe Bartley

If you love cactuses, but you’re not the biggest fan of their spikes, this pattern will be just perfect for you. No more pricking yourself with the spikes! Make perfectly safe amigurumi succulents that are ideal for children’s room.

Mini Round Barrel Cactus Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Zoe Bartley / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on zoecreates.co.uk, or read more about it on Ravelry.

7. Succulents Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Bethany Dearden

Look what a cool succulent family is here! They look like real ones, but you don’t need to water them, and they still stay green and fresh. Isn’t it perfect? 🙂 Learn how to make that smallest crochet succulent with the free pattern. The other ones are available in PDF, and you can purchase the instructions.

Succulents Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Bethany Dearden / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on whistleandivy.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

8. String of Pearls

  • Designed by Roseanna Murray

Looking to add some greenery to your apartment, but don’t have the time to care for plants? Try the crocheted String of Pearls project — it’s easier than it looks! You can use any yarn and hook that suits it, and the pattern includes a conversion table for those who prefer UK terms. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to add some low-maintenance greenery to your space — check out the pattern now!

String of Pearls free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Roseanna Murray / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on moaracrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

9. Five Segments Cactus

  • Designed by Astrid Geense

Struggling to keep plants alive? We’ve got the solution! Try making this adorable Five Segments Crochet Cactus as your next project. While putting the five segments together can be challenging, sewing them is a quick and easy alternative. Try making your own crocheted cactus today and enjoy a fun and low-maintenance alternative to real plants!

crochet cactus free pattern

PHOTOS by Astrid Geense / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

Love amigurumi toys? Check also 26 Best Free Crochet Patterns Amigurumi.

10. Spike Stitch Cactus

  • Designed by Astrid Geense

Make a green friend! This friendly crochet plant won’t hurt you and looks just like the real thing. The cactus is a good choice if you’re looking for new stitches to practice, as the pattern includes a spike stitch. Unleash your productivity with this free crochet pattern!

crochet cactus free pattern

PHOTOS by Astrid Geense / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

11. Crochet Cactus

  • Designed by Fay Lyth

The Crocheted Cactus is a great gift for those with a green thumb. The small size of the cactus means you can display it on any surface, and of course, it doesn’t need water. The pattern is low-sew and very easy to follow. Try it now for free!

amigurumi cactus free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Fay Lyth / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on stitchbyfay.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

12. Desert Cactus

  • Designed by Astrid Geense

Whether you are a fan of old westerns or just looking for a plant that doesn’t require much watering, learning how to crochet a cactus is definitely a great idea. This crocheted plant is worked in back-and-forth rows with a zigzag effect to make such amigurumi succulents look just like the real thing. The crochet pattern is free and easy to follow.

crocheted desert cactus

PHOTOS by Astrid Geense / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

13. Mini Barrel Cactus

  • Designed by Emily Ann

It’s a project for those who want to make something quickly, either to give as a gift or just to relax while still mastering your skills. Such tiny and easy-to-make amigurumi succulents require almost no sewing. Add a flower at the top to personalize it and make it look cute! Check out the crochet tutorial to get started.

tiny amigurumi cactus

PHOTOS by Emily Ann / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

14. Succulent Toilet Paper Roll Cover

  • Designed by Nicole Riley

Crochet plants are an eco-friendly way to decorate your home. The design is made even better by the functionality. This stylish toilet roll cover can turn your boring bathroom into a cute place. It’s also interesting to make and easy to clean. To make it, just follow the free crochet pattern on the website.

A toilet paper holder with an amigurumi cactus.

PHOTOS by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on nickishomemadecrafts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

15. Succulent in Pottery

  • Designed by Elisa’s Crochet

This stunning succulent will add a vibrant touch to your window or table. Not only is it a great beginner’s project, but it’s also a realistic plant that doesn’t need watering. If you’re always on the go and don’t have time to look after real plants, this is for you. Read the pattern for details and give it a go!

An amigurumi cactus in a pot.

PHOTOS by Elisa’s Crochet / elisascrochet.com

Find the original free pattern on elisascrochet.com.

16. Hoya Heart Succulent

  • Designed by Lauren Espy

If you want to green up your room, learn how to crochet a succulent. This project is not for a realistic piece, it gives you a cute indoor toy to brighten up your windowsill or work desk. The pattern is really easy, and even if you’re an advanced beginner, you can do it. Plus, it’s just fun to work on, so give it a try.

Two pictures of amigurumi potted plants with green leaves.

PHOTOS by Lauren Espy / Ravelry.com

Find the original video tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.

17. Spiky T Succulent

  • Designed by Yarnspirations

A really beautiful crocheted succulent to decorate your home with. It’s big, fluffy, has a realistic shape, and it really stands out – so it’s nice to match it with some of your interior colors. The project is designed for intermediate crocheters and you will feel more confident with it if you have some experience with similar pieces.

Two pictures of amigurumi succulents on a shelf.

PHOTOS by Yarnspirations / yarnspirations.com

Find the original free pattern on yarnspirations.com.

18. Potted Plant

  • Designed by Silje Elisabeth Andersen

If you’re looking for a cool interior decoration, learn how to crochet a plant! This one is easy to make and yet looks very cute. The plant will look great in offices and anywhere in the home. It’s also a great option if you want to bring some greenery into your house but don’t have much time to take care of real plants.

Two pictures of an amigurumi potted succulent plant.

PHOTOS by Silje Elisabeth Andersen / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

19. Valentine Cactus

  • Designed by Astrid Geense

A cute crocheted cactus for those who love succulents. This tiny plant doesn’t need watering and will lift your spirits all year long. The heart shape just adds to the mood of the piece. It’s also a beginner-friendly crochet project that you can complete fairly quickly. Just be sure to follow the cactus pattern step by step.

Four pictures of knitted succulents in pots, a cute amigurumi twist on traditional plants.

PHOTOS by Astrid Geense / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

20. Barrel Cactus

  • Designed by Nuria Álvarez

A simple crocheted cactus for people who like unusual office decorations. This is a great project for those who want to bring life to their desk, but don’t have much time to take care of a real plant. The cactus is easy to make and won’t take long. Just make sure you follow the steps exactly and you won’t have any problems.

An amigurumi crochet cactus with yellow flowers in a small beige pot, surrounded by scattered beads on a wooden surface.

PHOTOS by Nuria Álvarez / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

21. Succulent Planter

  • Designed by Tiffany Shieh

This crocheted succulent is a stylish piece of decor that will look great in any room or office. If you’re looking to add some greenery to the room, this is just what you need. Be sure to save the pattern and make a whole set of crochet succulents using the patterns from the post. This succulent pattern is free and easy to follow.

An amigurumi succulent in a terracotta pot displayed on a shelf.

PHOTOS by BetterMonster / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Google Drive, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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