These amigurumi cuties will win over your heart! I love spring and summer time, 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!
Flower Amigurumi Patterns
Happy Sunflower Amigurumi
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 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.
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!
- 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.
PHOTOS by craftyemmi / Instagram.com
Fruit and Vegetable Amigurumi Patterns
- 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.
PHOTOS by Raffaella Tassoni / Ravelry.com
Cottage Garden Tomato
I don’t know about you, but tomatoes are my favorite veggie, therefore I’ve 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 Cabbage
You’ll need a 3,5 mm hood to crochet these cuties. The finished cabbage is 2,5 inch tall and 3,5 inch 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 Carrots
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 / summer project to decorate your home and garden with. In addition, they’re really fast to make.
- DESIGNED by elisacrochet
How sweet is this little amigurumi carrot in the pictures below? It’s the work by elisacrochet and is such a sweet and adorable carrot, that could be your kiddo’s best friend! Make sure to check out elisacrochet’s other veggie and fruit patterns, to make a whole crew!
PHOTOS by elisacrochet / elisacrochet.com
Find original free pattern on elisacrochet.com
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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.
- 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?
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.
Other Tasty Amigurumi Ideas
- 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!
PHOTOS by Lyubov Kholkina / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
- 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!
PHOTOS by crochet_paladin / Instagram.com