Amigurumi is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small, stuffed yarn creatures. Amigurumi vary in size and there are no restrictions about size or look, and I can’t imagine a better toy for kids or a cuter gift for a girl, literally of any age! Plus, there are pillows and just decorations made in the same techniques. If you are interested how to make some, I’ve prepared some awesome tutorials to make cuties yourself.
These donuts are 100% fat free, yum! These little cuties are so fun and easy to make and they look good enough to eat. They make a great addition to a little one’s play food basket and they will love playing with them.
These little octopuses were first introduced in Denmark in 2013 where an octopus was crocheted for a preemie. Hospital staff observed that the baby was calmer and was less pulling on its feeding tubes or respirator. Now it can be a great toy for any kid and even an adult! Get inspired!
The snuggly bunny pillows are part amigurumi, part home decor, and they are the perfect size to cuddle! Their cute expressions will brighten up any room and add a whimsical touch to your décor! Your kids can not only sleep on them but also play with them, they will be excited!
This is a tutorial about an uncomplicated, classic, no-fuss crochet stuffed bunny rabbit, and the path she took from being an idea to a real bunny. A squishy bunny, lightly stuffed, possibly weighted with those beads or rice on the inside.
It would be fun to make these little bees into pencil toppers! Roll a rectangular piece of felt around a pencil and glued the ends. Each bee took approximately 20-30 mins to make! The crocheting part was fast, but the extra details such as the antennae, eyes, wings, and cheeks took a little more time!
This mini giraffe works up quick making it a great last minute gift or craft fair item. Everything is cuter in miniature, and so is this animal!
Love cats? Then you’ll love making this one! This pattern is interesting because it is worked from the top down as a whole piece. That is, the head, neck and body are one continuous piece! The felt details make him look so adorable with his huge eyes and dainty little nose.
These little bears are great as key rings and just toys for small kids. This tutorial will tell you how to make 8 different colorful bears, the technique is the same but the colors and details are in different shades. Choose yours or make them all!
This amigurumi piece is a large whale. The whale is worked in rows, but the row is folded in half and sewn together at the nose to create the front seam. Now this little guy really looks like a humpback whale, and the exaggerated mouth shaping ended up working out well. It’s also definitely bigger in the head and looks less like a torpedo, which makes it also sit better.
Though Easter had already passed, making this cute lamb is anyway awesome! This guy will excite both kids and adults, it’s aw-so-cute! Read the tutorial to crochet it and to attach details right.
Here’s a unicorn. A large, bright and colorful crochet unicorn. The finished piece is quite large, probably close to 15 inches sitting and even more when he’s held up with legs somewhat dangling. Hopefully, he’ll be around to cuddle for a good long time!