Crocheting has never made us so hungry! These donuts are about the size of real ones, making these a quick and satisfying project. With numerous topping and base options, the sky’s the limit when it comes to how many different donut combinations you can come up with.View Project
Find the best of the best with these adorable crochet amigurumi patterns. See how you can crochet cute animals and even adorable characters inspired by your favorite movies and TV shows. These crochet amigurumi patterns make perfect gifts for kids or any super fan in your life, and they’re always a hit at baby showers! Try a cute animal to fit a themed nursery, or work up a favorite Pokemon for that obsessed friend you have – there are so many options!
These amigurumi crochet patterns are quick to work up and shockingly easy – as complicated as they look, these crochet ami patterns are worked up with single crochets and increases and decreases so just about anyone can do it. They’re also mainly worked in the round, so make sure you don’t lose count as you’re working through the pattern. You’ll need to know simple color changes, but nothing more complicated than that – so come on, what are you waiting for?
Elliot is just the right size for your little one to take on car rides or adventures in the playroom. Simple to make with adorable stripes, this amigurumi makes a great last-minute baby shower gift.View Project
With simple amigurimi crochet techniques, you can make these cute little critters to join you for Halloween. This cat and ghost amigurumi set makes a great special addition for a night of trick-or-treating.View Project
Gobbler of candy corn, the Candysaurus Rex is here for some Halloween fun! Dress him up for trick or treating with a matching treat bag and mask or leave him as-is for the perfect year-round toy.View Project
Inspired by sweet dreams of sugar plum fairies, this ballerina is ready to dance your little one off to meet her Nutcracker Prince. With a granny triangle dress and simple features, this doll stands up on her own but is just as ready for cuddle time.View Project
Olwen, meaning “white footprint” in Welsh, is a cute snowman featuring chunky cables on his belly. Complete with a pom pom hat and a carrot nose, Olwen is a stylish addition to your winter home.View Project
Birch is a curious little deer who enjoy cuddles by the fireplace and listening for loons by the lake. Birch is quite fond of his baby antlers and hopes to grow up to be a big strong buck one day.View Project
Burrito can’t wait to party with you! This too-cute-for-words donkey amigurumi features a festive blanket and tasseled halter to show he’s ready to party. Whether you make him for decoration or for use him as a toy for your little one, he’s sure to be the talk of the party!View Project
Daffodil is a sunny yellow duck that will happily join in on your spring adventures. Styled to be reminiscent of an old-fashioned pull toy, this duck will add a vintage charm to any room. Note: This is intended to be a decoration. The wood wheels and cord could be a safety concern for small children, so please use your best judgment.View Project
We have heart eyes for this panda pattern! Crochet your very own panda by following this pattern and adding felt eyes and hearts to give him that Valentine charm.View Project