Bees are such practical, useful and wise creatures! I can’t emphasize enough how important they are to our environment and to our lives. What’s more, did you know that humankind would go extinct if it weren’t for bees? We should be absolutely grateful for all the hard work these little fellows are doing every day. Above all, these cute amigurumi ideas are a tribute to bees. The patterns are quick and easy to do, so don’t worry if you’re just beginning with crochet).
- Designed by Hooked by Robin
This chunky and bulky bumblebee is such a cutie, I can’t even! What’s more, due to the rounded shape, it’s a very simple and easy to crochet pattern, that will be a stunning part of your baby nursery or a cute porch decoration!
PHOTOS by Hooked by Robin / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Grace and Yarn
If you’re looking for a new, fun and above all – safe toy for your kiddo, you’ve just found the right one! This cutie is the perfect size to attend a tea party and cuddle! What’s more, this pattern really doesn’t use up much yarn, so you can have your bee in no time!
PHOTOS by Grace and Yarn / Ravelry.com
- Designed by All About Ami
Tiny amigurumi animals are such cuties, right? These bees would make amazing adorable pencil toppers, magnets, keychains, mirror decorations and many more, sky is the limit here! What’s more, all you will need are old scraps of yarn!
PHOTOS by All About Ami / Ravelry.com
The Bee-utiful Bees
- Designed by Doris Yu
The finished bees are approximately 1.8” wide (without the wings) and 5.1” long. I see a great key chain idea here, right? What’s more, it’s a very easy and repetitive pattern, in other words, you can make a whole bunch of them in no time at all!
PHOTOS by Doris Yu / Ravelry.com
Bee Breezy from “Adventure Time”
- Designed by AradiyaToys, Aradiya
This unique bee is 5 cm heigh, however, you can easily make it a little bigger if you want to, the pattern is very forgiving. Look at how chunky and perfectly round this bee is! Be sure to try this easy to follow pattern!
PHOTOS by AradiyaToys, Aradiya / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on Ravelry page here.