Best Free Crochet Patterns Amigurumi

26 Best Free Crochet Patterns Amigurumi


Free crochet patterns amigurumi have to be at hand because you may decide to make one of these cute toys at any moment.

For example, your kid wants to play and cook soup. Healthy food! Superb! And you will create amigurumi vegetables.

Or your friend is a cat lover and has goosebumps over them. So, crochet a cat amigurumi and give it to them.

There are so many gift ideas you can realize with free crochet patterns amigurumi! Birthday, Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Christmas, and Easter gifts to people you love. Or you can create interior toys for your home.

Here you’ll find the 26 best free crochet amigurumi patterns. Keep scrolling and find the toy you’ll love most of all. And then come back for another one 🙂

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1. Baby Turtle Amigurumi

  • Designed by Casey Gibbons

This little baby turtle couldn’t be more adorable because it’s tiny and full of cuteness! You can make the most lovely key chain out of it or include it in a basket for your friends. Grab your crochet hook and this free amigurumi pattern to start.

Baby Turtle Amigurumi

Find this free pattern on, or check out more on Ravelry.

2. Babble The Bunny

  • Designed by Maya DoesCrochet

A cute little lounging bunny that’s perfect for those pastel Easter colors. Babble The Bunny will totally melt your heart! Moreover, this free crochet bunny pattern is easy, and all parts are sewn together. Choose your favorite color and start today!

amigurumi Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

Photo by Maya DoesCrochet /

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

3. Baby Octopus with Flower

  • Designed by Shvetsova Olga

This amigurumi octopus is super cute and small, that’s why your child can grab his hand and take it everywhere! Perfect for beginners, so if you are looking for a gift for your child, this octopus is a great idea.

baby octopus amigurumi crochet pattern

Photo by Shvetsova Olga /

Find the original paid pattern on Ravelry.

4. Gang of Crabs

  • Designed by Helen Fey

Sadly crabs aren’t the most cuddly animals on the planet. However, you can easily make these cuties with some leftover yarn and enjoy your new little friends. All you need to make these mini amigurumi crabs is to follow the instructions and have a little bit of patience.

Mini Crab Free Crochet Pattern

Photo by annezoe /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry. Read more about annezoe’s project on Ravelry.

5. Simple Kitten Head

  • Designed by Stepsteps Crafts

If your kids love to hang trinkets on their backpacks and are also delighted with amigurumi cats, crochet these cute kitten heads with a free pattern for beginners!

They look so funny! Smiled, angry, shy, or skeptical, you can create any emotions you like. Maybe choose a face that resembles your kid? It will be superb!

free amigurumi cat crochet pattern

Photo by Stepsteps Crafts /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

6. Pastel Pusheen Amigurumi Pattern

  • Designed by Anitha Domacin

Who said that pusheen has to be grey and grey only, right? Well, you can go for all the colors you want, for instance, try making this amigurumi toy in red, purple, or green, as you can see in the picture, they look absolutely adorable!

Pastel pusheen amigurumi

Photo by Anitha Domacin /

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

7. Mini Mandrake Amigurumi

  • Designed by Catherine McLennan

You could know mandrakes from Harry Potter, they were the loud and squeaking plants that made Neville Longbottom faint. Luckily this little fellow in the pictures below is the sweetest creature that will make the most adorable and silent key chain ever!


Photo by crochet_paladin /

Find the original free pattern on

8. The Octopus Squish

  • Designed by Sweet Softies

Just imagine how functional could these cutie amigurumi octopuses be! Firstly, it is a good friend for your kids. Secondly, it’s an antistress squish for all — kids and adults. Thirdly, you can hang it on a key chain and use it as an accessory for a backpack.

This octopus amigurumi pattern is free; you need only about 30 minutes to create one. How many will you crochet?

octopus amigurumi free crochet pattern

Photo by Sweet Softies /

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

9. Cute Dog Amigurumi Keychain

  • Designed by Mariska Vos-Bolman

Are you a dog lover? Here is a cute idea for you. Take this free amigurumi dog crochet pattern and make a lovely keychain.

You can crochet bigger or smaller dogs. It will depend on the thickness or yarn and hook size you choose. The author even prepared a basic stitches tutorial for beginners. Enjoy!

free amigurumi dog pattern

Photo by Mariska Vos-Bolman /

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

10. No Sew Amigurumi Spider

  • Designed by Cassandra Babb

No sew — more pleasure; crocheters’ joke. 🙂

But it is true if we’re talking about this free spider amigurumi pattern. Spiders play an essential part in Halloween decor, so it’s impossible to ignore such a project. More spiders — more screaming and fun. Enjoy!

Amigurumi Spider free crochet pattern

Photo by Cassandra Babb /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

11. Heart Friend

  • Designed by Moms Stitchetti

Here is a wonderful free crochet amigurumi pattern for a Valentine’s Day market — make a few of these cute soft hearts and sell them! You can also crochet some for your friends and relatives or share them with children to allow them to make their own Valentine’s gifts for schoolmates.

free crochet amigurumi heart pattern

Photo by @yarnydoodle /

Find the original free pattern on Instagram. Read more about yarnydoodle’s project on Instagram.

12. The Mouse

  • Designed by Ivy Smith

They are small, cute, and perfect stash busters — everyone will love these tiny mice. The free amigurumi mouse crochet pattern comes in two versions — for right- and left-handed people. And it’s a quick and easy project. Ten detailed photos will make the process clear and accessible.

free amigurumi mouse pattern

Photo by Ivy Smith /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

13. Duo de Valentins

  • Designed by Anisbee Anisbee

Does a pair of these lovely amigurumi bunnies with hearts resemble you and your beloved person? Sure! They are as sweet as you both. Make them with a free bunny crochet pattern and present them as a gift for Valentine’s Day or just without any occasion.

Valentine's love bunny amigurumi pattern

Photo by Anisbee /

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

14. Crochet Bunny Holding The Heart

  • Designed by Natalia Ruzanova

This amigurumi bunny with a heart is a wonderful gift to your beloved people. Give them your heart and love. It will remind them of you daily. Besides, if you make it as an Easter bunny and add an Easter egg, it will look good too!

The finished toy size is 16-18 cm. It can be taller or smaller depending on yarn and hook size. And here is a quick idea for you: add other accessories to his paws and change the message. The bunny amigurumi pattern is free.

free amigurumi bunny crochet pattern

Photo by Natalia Ruzanova /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

15. Succulents

  • 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

Photo by Bethany Dearden /

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

16. Balloon Dog

  • Designed by Gloria B

Balloon pets are so cute but not very stable and can pop at any time. And what about crocheting one? This amigurumi dog pattern is free and beginner-friendly. It can be a perfect gift to anyone who likes fairs, circuses, and amusement parks.

amigurumi dog free crochet pattern

Photo by Gloria B /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

17. 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

Photo by Zoe Bartley /

Find the original PAID pattern on Ravelry.

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18. Pea Pod

  • Designed by Fay Lyth

This amigurumi pea pod is adorable, and this is all I have to say. That peas are so cute!

It seems to me that when you make this amigurumi toy with a free crochet pattern, your kids have to agree to eat peas every meal. A perfect toy to learn healthy eating! I’m in love.

pea pod amigurumi free crochet pattern

Photo by Fay Lyth /

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

19. Tuxedo Sam

  • Designed by RIN Crochet

Who is this severe guy? It’s Tuxedo Sam crochet penguin — the plushie sailor of an Antarctican icebreaker. It looks so cute in plush yarn, but you can make it with the standard acryl or cotton.

If you fill it with small balls, Sam will become a perfect anti-stress toy. The free crochet pattern is published on Instagram.

free amigurumi penguin crochet pattern

Photo by @rin.meow21 /

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

20. Pocket Octopus

  • Designed by Erica Townsend

What cute fluffy octopuses! Will you make some with this free pocket octopus amigurumi pattern? I will crochet it for sure because I love them!

It can be a good gift for a boy or a girl who adores sea and sea animals. It seems to me that I need to go on vacation right now…

free pocket amigurumi pattern

Photo by Erica Townsend /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

21. 3D Hearts

  • Designed by Michelle Alvarez

Are you looking for something cute and original? These 3D Hearts will be perfect! You can add them to your Valentine’s gift, and I’m sure they’ll look great. Moreover, they will also be a beautiful decoration of your home, for example, in the living room.

3D hearts amigurumi free pattern

Photo by Michelle Alvarez /

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

22. Black Cat Garland

  • Designed by Rupinder kaur

It is still believed that black cats can bring you bad luck. Well, as an owner of two black cats, I can assure you, that’s absolute nonsense! These cuties will bring you luck, of all things! Make this fun garland for a spooky Halloween party.

Black Cat Garland

Photo by Rupinder kaur /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

23. Scrap Dragon Amigurumi

  • Designed by StringyDingDing

Are you a Mother of Dragons? Here are your fire-breathing babies! 🙂

This Scrap Dragon Amigurumi pattern is free and relatively easy. It makes almost in one piece — you will crochet only wings and ears separately. The length is about 5.5” — a small and adorable amigurumi toy.

dragon amigurumi free crochet pattern

Photo by StringyDingDing /

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

24. Olive the Owl

  • Designed by Cuddly Stitches Craft

Make sure to try and make this adorable crochet owl amigurumi in the pictures below as soon as you can! It’s made by Cuddly Stitches Craft, and it’s a project that’s super easy to follow and includes detailed step-by-step instructions with many photos, so every beginner will be able to catch up.

Owl amigurumi free crochet pattern

Photo by Cuddly Stitches Craft /

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

25. Tiny Octopus Amigurumi

  • Designed by The Wandering Deer

This tiny little fellow is the sweetest key chain ever, I’m pretty sure of that! Moreover, your children will love this little sweetie because it’s their best friend that’s gonna keep your kiddo company at all times. Above all, it’s adorable!

Baby Octopus Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern

Photo by The Wandering Deer /

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

26. Tina Turtle Pincushion

  • Designed by Ina Rho

Pincushion doesn’t have to be boring at all because of all the colors and laces. These little amigurumi turtles are the cutest pair that you can make yourself and share with your friends!

Tina Turtle Pincushion

Photo by Ina Rho /

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

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