Mice are one of the most classic children’s toys, almost as popular (or even more!) as a teddy bear. We all remember Mickey Mouse, right? Therefore you can make these sweet amigurumi mice using your leftover yarn and gift them to your friends and family and of course your children. However, remember to replace any plastic elements for embroidery for safety reasons if you’re gifting it to a kid or a cat.
- 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. Ten detailed photos will make the process clear and accessible.
PHOTOS by Ivy Smith / ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
- Designed by Johanna Lindahl
I just caught myself thinking that crocheted mouse can be an excellent toy for a cat! Make it with a hard yarn and this free amigurumi pattern, and let your pet play with it. You need only a little thread and time to crochet it, so isn’t it a good idea?
PHOTOS by Johanna Lindahl / ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
Easy Peasy Catnip Mouse Toy
- Designed by Meelai
This sweet little mouse is one of the best projects for beginners, because it’s a great way to use any leftover yarn that you have. In addition, it’s a sweet toy for your kitty! You can easily stuff it with catnip to make it even more appealing.
PHOTOS by snippygal / ravelry.com
- Designed by Bald Moose
I love these sweet little mice. You can make such a lovely gift for your friends and family out of them! But if you want to make it a toy for your cat, you have to remember not to left any loose yarn threads, they might stuck in your cat intestine and lead to death!
PHOTOS by Bald Moose / ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
Little Kissing Mice Amigurumi
- Designed by Lucy Collin
These sweet mice are so adorable and they will make the sweetest gift for an Anniversary or Valentines day. You can also crochet a single mouse and gift it as a key chain or a lucky charm. Above all, it’s really simple to do!
PHOTOS by Lucy Collin / ravelry.com
If you like this pattern, make sure to check out: Beautiful Velvet Knitted Blankets
Tiny Crochet Mouse
- Designed by Diana Moore
I love how sweet these tiny mice are. You can make a whole bunch of them in literally no time at all. In addition, you can make a cute cat toy of them (but in that case remember to replace any plastic elements for embroidery and make sure not to leave any loose threads).
PHOTOS by Diana Moore / ravelry.com
Mitzy and Mavis Mouse
- Designed by Nicole Chase
I absolutely love Mitzy and Mavis – they are so fun and playful mice! I’m sure they’ll make your kiddos best friends. In conclusion, you can make these cuties in no time and enjoy how sweet and lovely they’ll look in your home!
PHOTOS by Nicole Chase / ravelry.com
If you like this pattern, make sure to check out: Delicate Knitted Baby Blankets
- Designed by Joy PhamSontakke
Zodiac Mouse is a cute little fellow made by Joy PhamSontakke that’s only 10 cm tall! The author was inspired by the Vietnamese (Chinese) Zodiac amigurumi collection and wanted to celebrate 2021, which in this culture is the Year of the Rat. Such a tiny cutie could be a fantastic key chain, that you can carry around with you!
PHOTOS by Joy PhamSontakke / ravelry.com
Maya and her mouse friends
- Designed by Ragnhild Hynne Uebler/Yarnhild
These cute and super simple amigurumi mice on the pictures below were created by Ragnhild Hynne Uebler/Yarnhild and they are absolutely the sweetest. What’s more, you can make them with really little yarn and in a heartbeat! Each mouse is 11,5 cm long.
PHOTOS by Ragnhild Hynne Uebler/Yarnhild / ravelry.com
Crochet Mouse Pattern by Tiny Curl
- Designed by undergroundcrafter.
This absolutely adorable crochet mouse on the pictures below could be your kiddo new best friend! It’s made by undergroundcrafter and it even has a little scarf around the neck! You can make your mouse really quickly and enjoy how friendly and sweet looking it is!
PHOTOS by undergroundcrafter. / undergroundcrafter..com
Find original free pattern on underground crafter.com
Ratinho / Little Mouse
- Designed by amiimaker by marina dessotti
These amazing, sweet mice could be your kiddo best friends! They are super friendly and love to play (and attend tea parties!), so make sure to check this pattern out. These mice are made by amiimaker by marina dessotti as a fantastic way to use your leftover yarn, so give this one a go!
PHOTOS by amiimaker by marina dessotti / ravelry.com
- Designed by elisascrochet.com
It looks like this sweet little mouse is looking for some food! Maybe a bit of cheese would make it happy? Let’s give it a try! If you’re up for a super quick and easy crochet project, you must try this one! This mouse will really be a lovely (and always hungry!) addition to your home, or kiddos room.
PHOTOS by elisascrochet.com / Instagram.com
The Love Heart Mouse
- Designed by inart.no
With Valentine’s Day coming up, it’s the best time for making some little gifts ahead of time. So if you’ve got a couple hours to space, you must check out these little mice in the pictures below by inart.no. What’s more, you can use any kind of yarn you want, however the cotton yarn is recommended (and less harmful to the environment).
PHOTOS by inart.no / inart.no.com
Find original free pattern on inert.no