A collage of crocheted vegetables including a bunch of green onions, a carrot, chili peppers, and a cartoonish tomato with a face.

Crochet Amigurumi Vegetables Free Patterns You Will Adore

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If you miss the freshness of summer vegetables, this is your chance to bring that feeling into your home. We’ve collected some of the best crochet amigurumi vegetable patterns, so all you have to do is browse and choose the one that appeals to you the most. All the patterns are great for DIY, so don’t be afraid to get started, even if you’re a beginner!

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1. SAM(Korean ginseng) TRIO

  • Designed by Jina Jeon

A vegetable amigurumi project inspired by Korean ginseng. This captivating crochet pattern will allow you to create a unique and cultural amigurumi toy. With its intricate details and vibrant appeal, this pattern offers a chance to delve into the beauty of Korean culture through crochet. The project is of moderate complexity, ideal for those looking for a creative challenge.

three crocheted vegetables laid on a grass carpet

PHOTOS by Jina Jeon / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

2. Mini Carrot Amigurumi

  • Designed by My Amigurumi Farm

This project will help you create a small carrot toy that will add a touch of playfulness to your crocheted food collection. The vegeta amigurumi pattern is easy and quick to complete, making it a perfect choice for crochet enthusiasts looking for a fun and lighthearted project. Plus, it’s free, so don’t wait any longer!

a crocheted carrot amigurumi

PHOTOS by My Amigurumi Farm / Ravelry.com

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

3. Green Onion Amigurumi

  • Designed by Lindsey Roe

A realistic green onion amigurumi for crocheters of all levels. With this pattern, you will create a lifelike amigurumi toy that reflects the simple beauty of green onions. The design is created to provide a balance between complexity and manageability, making it a rewarding project for crocheters looking for an engaging challenge.

a bunch of crochet green onion amigurumi laid on a wooden piece

PHOTOS by Lindsey Roe / Ravelry.com

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

4. Tiny Tomato Amigurumi

  • Designed by Yuna Fadeeva

A charming little tomato amigurumi with a free and easy amigurumi pattern. If you’re looking for something cute to make in a hurry, this is your chance. This tomato pal won’t take much yarn and definitely won’t take much effort. The pattern is easy to follow and suitable for crocheters of all levels. A great idea for those who don’t have much free time.

a red crochet tomato amigurumi with a smiley face held by a person

PHOTOS by Yuna Fadeeva / Ravelry.com

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

5. Baby Carrot

  • Designed by Guichai Dolls

Turn your crafting into a playful vegetable garden with this pattern and crochet a baby carrot to add a whimsical touch to your decor. This adorable creation is a fun way to add a pop of color and charm to any room. It’s a delightful project that’s sure to brighten your day.

a crochet carrot amigurumi with bunny ears

PHOTOS by Guichai Dolls / Ravelry.com

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

6. Amanite Mushroom

  • Designed by Sylvie Damey

If you’re looking to add a touch of nature-inspired charm to your decor, this mushroom pattern is the perfect choice. This amigurumi mushroom toy is a delightful and whimsical project that will bring a whimsical forest atmosphere to your home. With its earthy colors and unique shape, it’s a must-have for nature lovers and a charming addition to any decor.

a person holding a bunch of crochet mushrooms with purple hats

PHOTOS by Sylvie Damey / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

7. Native Potato

  • Designed by Laser Llama Boutique

For a touch of farm-fresh charm, try your hand at crocheting this lovely amigurumi potato. With its earthy colors and cute design, this project is both cheerful and quite neutral, good for anyone. The pattern is beginner friendly and a great way to create a fun and unique piece to display in your home.

a brown crochet native potato amigurumi with safety eyes holding a small placecard with some inscriptions

PHOTOS by Laser Llama Boutique / Ravelry.com

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

8. Cute Eggplant

  • Designed by Kakapo Crochet

A charming eggplant amigurumi creation. Its bright colors and playful shape make it look both delicate and vibrant at the same time. Whether you’re an experienced crocheter or just starting out, this project is a fun way to bring a bit of garden magic to your crafting. Save the pattern for later!

two crochet eggplant amigurumi in different colors

PHOTOS by Kakapo Crochet / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

9. Sweet Potato Amigurumi

  • Designed by My Amigurumi Farm

Although not as popular in most European countries, the sweet potato is an ingredient in many British recipes. If you’re a fan of unusual flavors or just love mild and nutritious British food, this sweet potato amigurumi pattern is for you. The project is really easy and quick to complete, so don’t miss it!

a crocheted sweet potato amigurumi in a purple color

PHOTOS by My Amigurumi Farm / Ravelry.com

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

10. Onion

  • Designed by My Amigurumi Farm

As realistic as it is cute, this crocheted onion is sure to bring a springtime feel to your home. If you love the aesthetic of growing vegetables on your windowsill, but don’t really have the time, this project will give you a nice alternative. Plus, it’s just interesting to make something artificial look so real.

a crochet onion amigurumi with a smiley face

PHOTOS by My Amigurumi Farm / Ravelry.com

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

Do you also want to learn how to crochet fruits? Check out the Amigurumi Fruit Crochet Patterns post. The Straight from the Garden Amigurumi: Flowers, Fruits, Veggies, and Animals post has even more ideas for amigurumi fruits and vegetables.

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