Amigurumi crochet pig pattern - pink crocheted mini pig on blue and green wooden background
Brown crocheted bunny with brown and white tail on blue and green wooden background
Brown amigurumi bunny made in the round. Wearing an orange jacket and pictured on a white background
Animal amigurumi patterns

Animal amigurumi patterns

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Peng the Mini Pig

I designed Peng the mini pig to celebrate the Year of the Pig!

To complete this pattern you’ll need:

DK weight yarn in pink and a tiny piece of darker pink yarn for the snout 
Size F (3.75 mm) crochet hook 
6mm black safety eyes 
Polyester stuffing 
Tapestry needle

This pattern is seamless (no parts need to be sewn on) and involves single crochet, increases and decreses.

Bunny from a crochet square

This bunny is a great project for a beginner who wants to practice working in rows of single crochet but doesn’t want to make a scarf or a blanket. It’s a quick, fun project that can be completed relatively quickly.

So it’s a perfect, simple project for kids learning to crochet - they get the satisfaction of making something in a short period of time and best of all - it’s a cute bunny!

This pattern comes with a free walk through tutorial on YouTube - links in the pattern.

To complete this pattern you’ll need:

    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
    • Small amount of DK weight black yarn for mouth

    This pattern is pretty straightforward: single crochet, increases and decreases. The pattern includes detailed instructions and a step by step photo tutorial.

    Chuck the Chick

    I designed this pattern in the run up to Easter and polled my followers on YouTube to find out their favourite Spring colours. I made one using those colours then decided to do a rainbow version for writing up the pattern and Chuck the Rainbow Chick was hatched!

    To complete your own Chuck you’ll need:

    • DK weight yarn in rainbow colours (or other colours of your choice)
    • Size G (4.00 mm) crochet hook
    • 10.5 mm black safety eyes
    • Polyester (or other) stuffing
    • Yarn needle
    • Small fork to make Chuck’s comb

    This pattern is comprised of single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet and spiked stitches. It’s fiddly and tricky in places so best for confident beginners or intermediate crocheters. Chuck’s body is made from 2 mandalas sewn together. The mandalas are made from joined rounds, worked in the round.