Amigurumi and Toys Crochet Patterns

Cute And Happy Crochet Amigurumi Bees

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).

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Bee Shofi

  • Designed by Anna Fores

You will like it! No way you pass through this free bee amigurumi pattern! Crochet your own cute bee with the detailed PDF description that includes body, head, arms, wings, and tendrils parts.

The ready crochet amigurumi bee size is 12 cm (~4,7 inches).

Free bee amigurumi pattern

PHOTOS by Anna Fores / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

Chubby Bumble Bee Amigurumi

  • Designed by StringyDingDing

Chubby Bumble Bee is an easy and free amigurumi pattern, and you will manage with it for sure. As a result, you will crochet a nice toy for your kid or maybe a part of your bee collection. All you need to learn is how to make the loop stitch. But don’t worry, the tutorial for the crochet pattern describes this issue.

Free amigurumi bee pattern

PHOTOS by StringyDingDing / Ravelry.com

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

Little Bumble Bee Amigurumi

  • Designed by Erangi Udeshika

This adorable little bee won’t hurt you, because she’s nothing but friendly and happy! Great toy to gift to your kiddo and teach about the environment. The project itself is really simple and easy to crochet, to don’t worry if you’re a beginner!

Little Bumble Bee Amigurumi

PHOTOS by Erangi Udeshika / Ravelry.com

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

Maja the Bee / Pszczółka Maja

  • Designed by MartulandHandmade

Maja the Bee is particularly famous in Poland, where the tale about her was once a big hit among kiddos! This friendly and helpful bee will definitely be your kiddo best friend! It’s an adorable pattern, that’s perfectly safe.

PHOTOS by MartulandHandmade / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on martulandhandmade.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Hürrem the queen bee

  • Designed by Ezgi Tandogan Onat

Simple and minimalistic patterns are sometimes the best! And that’s the case in this one, because this bee has an oval shape and looks so adorable! You will need a 2,5 mm hook for this project and remember to play with the color of the bow!

Hürrem the queen bee

PHOTOS by Ezgi Tandogan Onat / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on ezgissimo.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Bernie The Bee Fairy

  • Designed by Vania Marvely

Bernie the Bee is a very fun and fashionable little fellow, that loves his stylish haircut! I’m pretty sure he’s going to be a great little friend for not only your kids, but also your adult friends, because he’s gonna make such a great keychain!

Bernie The Bee Fairy

PHOTOS by Vania Marvely / Ravelry.com

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

Tiny Bee Amigurumi

  • Designed by The Wandering Deer

This adorable little tiny bee is so adorable, because it’s so little and just look at those sweet wings! In other words, it’s the best key chain ever, so let’s not waste any more time and start crocheting! The pattern is very simple, so don’t worry if you’re a beginner.

Tiny Bee Amigurumi

PHOTOS by The Wandering Deer / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Bumblebee

  • 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!

Bumblebee

PHOTOS by Hooked by Robin / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on byrobin.blogspot.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.

Amigurumi Bee

  • 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!

Amigurumi Bee

PHOTOS by Grace and Yarn / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on graceandyarn.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.

Amigurumi Bees

  • 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!

Amigurumi Bees

PHOTOS by All About Ami / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on allaboutami.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.

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!

The Bee-utiful Bees

PHOTOS by Doris Yu / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on doriyumi.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.

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!

Bee Breezy from Adventure Time

PHOTOS by AradiyaToys, Aradiya / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on Ravelry page here.

Amigurumi Bee

  • Designed by Raffaella Tassoni

This super sweet bee in the pictures below is perfect to crochet as a baby toy, as long as you replace any plastic elements for sturdy embroidery. It’s also going to be an amazing lovey, or just a fun decoration for your home, that’s going to show how much you love the bees!

Amigurumi Bee

PHOTOS by Raffaella Tassoni / Ravelry.com

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

Blume the Bee

  • Designed by thebluerobbin

Blume absolutely loves the mornings, when she just flies around her favorite gardens and collects dust from the flowers. Isn’t the lovely? She’s been quite busy lately, but I’m pretty sure she’ll make some time to be your kiddo best friend!

Blume the Bee

PHOTOS by gewkat58 / Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on thebluerobbin.com, the photos are here.

Bee Doll

  • Designed by Trần Thị Hạnh

These sweet bees are best friends, so you must crochet them together! They will make an amazing gift for little kiddo and a fun lovey, as long as you make sure to remove any plastic elements. The finished size of each bee is approx: 20 cm (7.87 inch).

Bee Doll

PHOTOS by anan.amilove / Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry. The top photo is here

Polli and Nate the Bee’s

  • Designed by Ariana Hall

These sweet little crochet bees in the pictures below will make the best snuggly toys for your kiddos! They’re super friendly and are perfectly safe for little ones, as long as you remember to not use any plastic elements and instead use embroidery.

Polli and Nate the Bee's

PHOTOS by Ariana Hall / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on ariana-hall.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Mia the Bee

  • Designed by Natalie Statsenko

Mia is a super friendly little bee, that absolutely loves spring and summer, because that’s the time when everything is coming back to life, and blooming! She’s going to be a fantastic companion for your kiddo, or a great lucky charm for your friends. The finished size is 11 cm / 4,7 inches.

Mia the Bee

PHOTOS by Natalie Statsenko / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Bumble Bee

  • Designed by Tokyo Dragon Crochet

This adorable little bumble bee in the pictures below was made by Tokyo Dragon Crochet and it’s the sweetest little fellow! You can really make it in any color combination you want, make it fun! This little buzzing bee is buzzing its way into your life, you will love it!

PHOTOS by Tokyo Dragon Crochet / Ravelry.com

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

 

Plush Queen Bee Amigurumi

  • Designed by Heather Seymour

These sweet little bees are absolutely adorable and will be the cutest addition to your home this upcoming Spring! The pattern will show you how to make an approximately 4 inches long bee. They will be also a lovely last-minute gift idea!

Plush Queen Bee Amigurumi

PHOTOS by Heather Seymour / Ravelry.com

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

 

Boris the Bee

  • Designed by hobbii

Boris is a super busy bee, that loves to fly over the meadow of flowers and buzz from flower to flower! What’s more, he’s as sweet as honey and will be the cutest little toy for your kiddo or a key chain for your friends! Have fun with it, it’s lovely!

Boris the Bee

PHOTOS by hobbii / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on hobbii.com.

 

Tiny Bumblebee amigurumi

  • Designed by Ana Carolina Figueiredo

This sweet, tiny bumblebee in the pictures below was made by Ana Carolina Figueiredo and it’s a super quick project, that you can make last-minute before a birthday or an important party (or just to show love, without any particular occasion).

Tiny Bumblebee amigurumi

PHOTOS by Ana Carolina Figueiredo / Ravelry.com

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

 

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