Llamas are super friendly animals (especially amigurumi llamas!). And let’s face it, they are absolutely the cutest and it’s a really great idea to make a few amigurumi llamas for yourself and your kiddos! Crochet toys are always a great idea because they are durable and customizable. What’s more, they will make a great memory of childhood in the future!
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Loki the Llama
- Designed by Jess Huff
Have you already felt in love? Because I’m in awe. This amigurumi llama is so lovely, that I actually can’t find the words. All I have to say is that this llama crochet pattern is free, and you should definitely try it. This toy will be a perfect gift for any occasion!
PHOTOS by Jess Huff / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on jesshuff.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Spring Alpaca Amigurumi
- Designed by StringyDingDing
Oh, look at these fluffy alpacas! They will become best friends with your kids. They will pet them all the time and maybe sleep together. You can crochet this amigurumi toy with a free pattern. You even don’t need to sew. Fun project!
PHOTOS by StringyDingDing / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on stringydingding.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Camilla the Alpaca
- Designed by Sedef Bay
Camilla, the alpaca, is gorgeous — her eyes, curls, and flower hairpins are so cute! I adore this amigurumi toy! She wears a beautiful dress with a fabulous poncho made with popcorn stitches for voluminous bobbles — a great idea that gives a nationality touch.
Find the original free pattern on lovelycraft.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Fernando the Llama
- Designed by Elisa’s Crochet
Oh, Fernando! This llama has stollen my heart! He is a cutie boy, don’t you think so? Interestingly, the free amigurumi llama pattern is beginner-friendly and relatively simple. So if you love amigurumi toys, take it and do your own project.
PHOTOS by Elisa’s Crochet / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on elisascrochet.com.
- Designed by Coats & Clark
I’m absolutely in love with this sweet llama pattern, because he’s so colorful and looks so real! What’s more, he’s super huggable and ready to play with your kiddos! Be sure to play with the colors and choose your kiddos favorite ones!
PHOTOS by Coats & Clark / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on yarnspirations.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.
The Friendly Llama
- Designed by Kali Dahle
This adorable llama is 11 inches from the bottom to the top of his ears. What’s more, you will love how fuzzy and fluffy he is. That’s because of the Bernat PipSqueak yarn, that’s really easy to work with. Use a 4 mm hook for this project!
PHOTOS by Kali Dahle / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on thefriendlyredfox.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.
- Designed by Grace and Yarn
This adorable llama (or alpaca, as you like!) is a very easy to follow pattern, that featured a step by step tutorial, thanks to which you won’t get lost! These cute, lovely llamas will be your kiddo best friends! Moreover, they love tea parties!
PHOTOS by Grace and Yarn / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on graceandyarn.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.
- Designed by we are knitters
This alpaca amigurumi is made with the best quality wool that was shipped straight from Peru! It’s gonna be a fun addition to your kiddos toys. You will need a 5 mm hook for this cute and be sure to replace plastic eyes for embroidery for safety reasons!
PHOTOS by we are knitters / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on weareknitters.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.
Ragdoll Amigurumi llamas
- Designed by Spin a Yarn Crochet
These cute lamas are so fun and modern looking! Llamas are truly of the quirkiest animals and they can make everybody smile. These fuzzy, fluffy fellows will make your kiddo very happy. In addition to that, they really doesn’t require much skills to make!
PHOTOS by Spin a Yarn Crochet / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on spinayarncrochet.com, or check out more on its Ravelry page here.
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