Amigurumi crochet patterns for characters that fill you with thoughts of Spring and Summer.
Blossom and Clover the bees
This pattern includes two different bee designs in one! Blossom is a Queen Bee who is soft and cuddly but firm enough to stand up. She measures 5” tall (including her antenna). Clover is a teeny 2” bee who is perfect for little hands to squish.
To complete these patterns, in addition to polyester stuffing and a crochet needle, for Blossom you’ll need:
Worsted weight yarn in yellow, black and white Size F (3.75 mm) crochet hook 12mm black safety eyes
DK weight yarn in yellow, black and white Size E (3.5 mm) crochet hook 7.5mm black safety eyes
Most of this pattern is straightforward: single crochet, increases and decreases. The joined stripe rounds and antenna can be a little tricky but there are progress photos to ensure you don’t get lost!
Breeze the Butterfly
I designed Breeze because most amigurumi butterfly can’t stand up on their own two wings! Breeze is an adorable butterfly who is sturdy enough to take her place on a play mat or shelf but is soft enough for cuddles too!
To complete this pattern, you’ll need:
DK weight yarn in two colours. Size E (3.5mm) crochet hook 12mm black safety eyes polyester stuffing Tapestry needle
Most of this pattern is straightforward: single crochet, increases and decreases. The antenna and wings are a little fiddly, but there are detailed progress pictures to ensure you don’t get lost.
Moka the Bunny Rabbit
Moka the Bunny is a woodland rabbit, quite shy and unassuming but very kind and generous and extremely loyal to his friends. Moka is perfect for kids (and the young at heart) who love handheld plushies. Moka would be a terrific alternative to eggs as a gift for Easter or really, anytime.
To complete this pattern you’ll need:
Worsted weight yarn in a rabbit colour and also some yarn for Moka’s jacket Size F (3.75 mm) crochet hook 9 mm black safety eyes Polyester stuffing Tapestry needle A small button for Moka’s jacket Needle threader (or dental floss) Fork or mini Pom Pom maker
This pattern is pretty straightforward: single crochet, increases and decreases. The pattern includes detailed instructions and a step by step photo tutorial.