Straight from the Garden Amigurumi

Straight from the Garden Amigurumi: Flowers, Fruits, Veggies, and Animals

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These amigurumi cuties will win over your heart! I love spring and summertime because of all the flowers and yummy veggies you can eat and grow in your yard. And above all, there’s a simple way to enjoy these all year long in your home – simply crochet them! For instance, they can be an amazing gift idea for your family, friends, and of course, children to play with. They will also make very cute key chains and lucky charms!

Here you’ll find 4 sections with fun crochet projects: flower amigurumi patterns, fruit and vegetable amigurumi patterns, some other tasty amigurumi ideas, and amigurumi animals you can meet in a garden.

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Flower Amigurumi Patterns

1. Happy Sunflower Amigurumi

  • DESIGNED by Ink & Stitches

This sweet sunflower is such a lovely reminder that summer is just around the corner. I can’t wait for it to finally arrive! This cute crochet sunflower is a simple project that will bring joy and a little bit of fun to your windowsill or wherever you’ll put these sweet fellows.

Happy Sunflower Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Ink & Stitches / Ravelry.com

Find the original PAID pattern on blog.jhwinter.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. Hydrangea Flower

  • DESIGNED by Roseanna Murray

It’s such an easy project, because you just have to follow a step-by-step tutorial, therefore every beginner will be able to do it! Above all, this beautiful flower will last you for ages compared to a real flower left in a book to dry. I have to try this one, absolutely stunning!

Hydrangea Flower Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Roseanna Murray / Ravelry.com

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

3. Flowering Onion

  • DESIGNED by craftyemmi

How sweet is this little crochet onion in the pictures below? Wouldn’t it be the perfect little key chain or a lucky charm for your friends, or a lovely toy for kiddos? As long as you don’t use any plastic elements when gifting it to a little kiddo.

Flowering Onion

PHOTOS by craftyemmi / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram. The top photo is here, and the bottom photo is here.

4. Mandrake

  • DESIGNED by crochet_paladin

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!

Mandrake

PHOTOS by crochet_paladin / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on amigurumi.space.

Looking for more crochet flower patterns? Take a look at the Stunning Crochet Flowers Free Patterns post.

Fruit and Vegetable Amigurumi Patterns

1. Sweet Apple Amigurumi

  • Designed by AlenaCharity Limbithu

Sweet and crunchy apples — is there any person who doesn’t like them? There are so many tastes and types! If you’re an apple lover or showing kids healthy food, playing together in shopping, fruit-growing, or cooking, make a few in your favorite colors with this free crochet apple amigurumi pattern. Enjoy!

amigurumi apple free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by AlenaCharity Limbithu / Ravelry.com

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

2. Onion Amigurumi

  • Designed by My Amigurumi Farm

This cute onion doesn’t look like the scary vegetable children usually take away from their plates. It’s a cute guy with a bunch of healthy components! Take the free onion amigurumi pattern and crochet it for your garden and kitchen plays.

amigurumi onion free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by My Amigurumi Farm / Ravelry.com

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

3. Redina Red Onion

  • Designed by Emmi Hai

Do you like onions? Who can pass through this cute amigurumi red onion? You can make it with a free pattern and add it to a spicy veggies selection for playing master chef. Redina looks scared because of the knife; should she be worried?

free amigurumi onion free pattern

PHOTOS by @craftyemmi / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

4. Chili

  • Designed by Bomuldskys

Do you need some spices in your kitchen? Crochet hot chili pepper with a free amigurumi vegetable pattern and decorate an open shelf or put it in a vase with your other fruits and veggies makes. You can also give it for kids’ plays. Let them know the wide variety of natural food we eat.

free amigurumi chili free pattern

PHOTOS by @bomuldskys / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on bomuldskys.dk.

5. Beetroot

  • Designed by Elena Dorogina

It’s amazing! This amigurumi beetroot is just like a natural one! Add it to the veggies set for your kids. You can make it with a free crochet beetroot pattern. It has detailed instructions with photos that will help you along your way.

free amigurumi beetroot pattern

PHOTOS by Elena Dorogina / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

6. Broccoli Amigurumi 3 Ways

  • Designed by Lindsey Roe

Three types of fresh and yummy amigurumi broccoli are here. One free crochet broccoli pattern has a lot of detailed photos of the process. It won’t be challenging to learn how to create them. Make a large stalk, medium floret with stems, and small floret for your little cooks. Enjoy!

free amigurumi broccoli pattern

PHOTOS by Lindsey Roe / Ravelry.com

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

7. Amigurumi Radish

  • Designed by Vira Velmozhna

Radish! Do you like radish? I personally do. I like its slightly tart, fresh taste. If you create a veggies variety for your kids to play with, add amigurumi radish to a kit. You can make this one with a free amigurumi toy pattern. It is detailed and easy to follow, and your radish will look like the real one!

free amigurumi radish pattern

PHOTOS by KNITTEDSTORYBEARS / knittedstorybears.com

Find the original free pattern on knittedstorybears.com.

8. Amigurumi Carrot

  • Designed by Elisa’s Crochet

Amigurumi carrot! Everybody likes carrots. They are bright, sweet, and crunchy. This carrot is 6.5 x 2 inches or 16.5 x 5.5 cm, perfect for garden and kitchen games. You can crochet it with a free amigurumi carrot pattern and make a wonderful gift for your kids.

free amigurumi carrot pattern

PHOTOS by Elisa’s Crochet / elisascrochet.com

Find the original free pattern on elisascrochet.com.

9. 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

PHOTOS by Fay Lyth / Ravelry.com

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

10. Carrot Amigurumi

  • Designed by Rose Hudd

Plushie veggies are the must-be toys in kids’ little kitchens for the following reasons. Firstly, they should see vegetables close by and on their plate and games. Secondly, this carrot looks so friendly and cute. And thirdly, the crochet carrot amigurumi pattern is free. So, let’s make it!

carrot amigurumi free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Rose Hudd / Ravelry.com

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

11. Kawaii Cherries

  • Designed by Jennifer Santos

Do you know anyone who doesn’t like cherries? Sweet, big, juicy cherries — the symbol of summer and warmth. Crochet these cuties with the cherry amigurumi pattern! Your kids will play farmers or fruit and vegetable store.

free amigurumi cherry crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Jennifer Santos / Ravelry.com

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

12. Kawaii Banana

  • Designed by Jennifer Santos

Another beautiful fruit for your toy store is this sweet yellow banana. It knows it is full of calcium and other good microelements, and that is why smiles so to your kids. Crochet a few with the free banana amigurumi pattern and play kitchen with your kiddos.

free amigurumi banana crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Jennifer Santos / Ravelry.com

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

13. Crochet Strawberries

  • Designed by Raffaella Tassoni

Welcome these sweet amigurumi strawberries! They are one of my favorite berries, and I’m always waiting for May to feast on ground strawberries filled with sunlight. Yammy! Crochet a few for your kids with a free amigurumi strawberries crochet pattern by the link below.

free strawberry amigurumi crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Raffaella Tassoni / Ravelry.com

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

14. Cottage Garden Tomato

  • DESIGNED by Jen Hayes

I don’t know about you, but tomatoes are my favorite veggie. Therefore, I immediately fell in love with these cuties as soon as I saw them. Very simple and great to use any leftover yarn that you have. In other words, you have to try this one!

Cottage Garden Tomato Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Jen Hayes / Ravelry.com

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

15. Cottage Garden Cabbage

  • DESIGNED by Jen Hayes

You’ll need a 3,5 mm hood to crochet these cuties. The finished cabbage is 2,5 inches tall and 3,5 inches wide. You can decorate your home with them, for instance, you can make a decorative basket full of veggies and put them on your porch!

Cottage Garden Cabbage Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Jen Hayes / Ravelry.com

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

16. Cottage Garden Carrots

  • DESIGNED by Jen Hayes

Carrots are one of the most recognizable symbols of spring, and in addition to that, they’re so yummy! In other words, it’s a cute spring or summer project to decorate your home and garden with. In addition, they’re really fast to make.

Cottage Garden Carrots Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Jen Hayes / Ravelry.com

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

17. Amigurumi Carrot

  • DESIGNED by elisacrochet

How sweet is this little amigurumi carrot in the pictures below? It’s such a sweet and adorable carrot that could be your kiddo’s best friend! Make sure to check out Elisa Crochet’s other veggie and fruit patterns to make a whole crew!

Amigurumi Carrot

PHOTOS by elisacrochet / elisacrochet.com

Find original free pattern on elisacrochet.com

If you like this post, make sure to check out: Summer Garden Granny Square Crochet Blankets.

18. The Fun Guys

  • DESIGNED by Ashley Parker

These adorable mushrooms in the pictures below were made by Ashley Parker and they are so sweet, just cuteness overload, don’t you think? They are perfect if you want to gift your friends with easy and simple present, that can be a key chain.

PHOTOS by Ashley Parker / ravelry.com

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

19. Amigurumi Apple

  • DESIGNED by yarnplaza

This apple looks so yummy, you might want to watch out not to eat it! Just take a look at how fresh and fun it looks! And we all know the saying: An apple a day, keeps the doctor away., right? Red or green, what’s the apple you always go for at the market?

PHOTOS by @yarnplaza / Instagram.com

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

20. Peas in a Pod Food Friends

  • DESIGNED by StringyDingDing

These super happy little peas in the pictures below is the fantastic work by StringyDingDing and it’s going to be such an amazing toy for all the older kiddos to learn about veggies and fruits! If you want to gift it to a toddler, just remember to secure these little peas very well in place and replace plastic elements for embroidery.

PHOTOS by StringyDingDing / ravelry.com

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

21. Crocheted Amigurumi Strawberries

  • DESIGNED by Veronica Lönnqvist

These crocheted strawberries are so delicate and cute that you’ll want to make a bunch of them yourself! The pattern has only simple stitches, so it’s totally beginner friendly and just a good quick project for crocheters of all levels. Add a touch of summer to your room!

Amigurumi Strawberry free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by @garnknuten / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

22. Crochet Garlic

  • DESIGNED by Moara Crochet

Crocheted decorations are always fun and brighten up any room. The crocheted vegetables are a good idea both to prepare your home for the harvest season and to bring some joy to your children. To make this crochet garlic, we recommend you use the smallest hook you have to keep the shape. Discover the free crochet pattern now!

garlic amigurumi free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Moara Crochet / moaracrochet.com

Find the original free pattern on moaracrochet.com.

23. Mini Strawberry

  • Designed by Cute Handmade Things

If you are looking for a cute handmade accessory, learn how to crochet a key chain! This strawberry design will remind you of warm summer memories even when it’s pouring rain outside. The project is easy to complete and suitable for beginners. The free step by step crochet pattern for this piece is easy to follow and ready to teach you how to make an amigurumi strawberry.

a crocheted strawberry keyfob on a table attached to a pink purse

PHOTOS by @nara_dolly / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

24. Luscious Lemon

  • Designed by Cilla Richards

Easy to make, this crochet lemon is a totally beginner-friendly piece. It’s a great project for when you want to crochet something simple yet fun. Make this piece and leave it somewhere in the house with no explanation. Let them wonder why you need a giant amigurumi lemon in the bathroom. The crochet pattern is easy to follow and free. Don’t hesitate!

a person holding in hand a yellow crocheted lemon

PHOTOS by Cilla Crochets / Ravelry.com

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

25. Pear-fectly Cute

  • Designed by BOMULDSKYS

Decorate your home with something sweet! This crocheted pear looks just like the real thing and is sure to bring some fall vibes to your home. Crochet a dozen and display them in the bowl somewhere in the kitchen or dining room. Your friends will marvel at your skill. The step-by-step amigurumi pattern is easy to follow and free.

a crocheted pear amigurumi in soft green color

PHOTOS by @bomuldskys / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

26. Grapes

  • Designed by Mary Brovina

Give yourself a break with this simple crochet pattern. It’s always interesting to crochet realistic things like fruits and vegetables. With this project you can create some cute crochet grapes that will bring a touch of late summer into your home. The amigurumi grapes pattern is easy to follow, so even an advanced beginner can get started. Save it for later!

A collection of amigurumi bananas showcasing various colors.

PHOTOS by Mary Brovina / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

27. Potato

  • Designed by Natalina Craft

A cute crochet potato pattern for those times when you have some free time and some extra yarn. Such a tiny creation makes a nice keychain, so if you don’t have one, now’s the time! The pattern is extremely simple and doesn’t take much time or effort. Just look at the instructions and follow them step by step.

A person is holding an amigurumi crocheted stuffed animal.

PHOTOS by Natalina Craft / Ravelry.com

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

Other Tasty Amigurumi Ideas

1. Ice cream

  • Designed by Lyubov Kholkina

What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Vanilla, chocolate, caramel, mint? I love them all! And it’s a good idea to create it with this free ice cream amigurumi crochet pattern. Make three scoops in a sweet waffle cone and enjoy it!

free ice cream amigurumi crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Lyubov Kholkina / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

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Garden Animals Amigurumi Patterns

1. Crochet Amigurumi Frog

  • Designed by BumBee Crochet

Detailed crocheted frog with beach rubber ring is just in time for summer! Make this amigurumi project for yourself or give it as a gift — everyone will be impressed with your skills. The pattern uses single and double crochet and a few other stitches. Get the details and read the frog amigurumi pattern for free.

green crochet frog

PHOTOS by @bumbee_crochet / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

2. Gary the Snail Crochet Amigurumi

  • Designed by Sonny Curl

Gary the Snail is waiting for all SpongeBob fans to start the new crochet project. If you love this iconic TV show, this amigurumi snail must be your first choice when deciding what to make next. You’ll need lots of different yarns and of course some basic crocheting skills, but don’t be afraid! The free pattern is very easy to follow.

blue and pink amigurumi snail from Sponge Bob show

PHOTOS by Sonny Curl / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

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  1. Patricia Frías says:

    Estoy fascinada con su página, hermosos patrones … necesito más horas en un día … jajaja . Para tejer todo lo que deseo …mil, mil gracias . Saludos cariñosos

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