18 Free Amigurumi Knitting Patterns to Adore!
Free Seahorse Knitting Pattern by The Yarnigans! The seahorse is worked from the end of its nose to the tip of its tail in the round. Short rows give the seahorse its shape, and knitting on the wrong side while doing short rows instead of purling gives him his banded look.
Magic Loop Teddy
Free knitting pattern for an Amigurumi teddy bear by Simply Notable.
Tarragon the Gentle Dragon
Tarragon is stiched on the round using double-pointed needles from bottom to head and is about 24 cm high. Designed by Knit-a-Zoo.
Designed by Mochimochi Land, super cute gator toys to knit.
An easy amigurumi pattern for a stuffed toy that any knitter could easily make.
Buttercup and Daisy
Buttercup and Daisy are two little knitted cows, made to match the sheep in my ‘Sheep in Sheep’s Clothing’ pattern. They stand about10 cm / 4” tall and are knitted in DK weight yarn. Designed by Frankie Brown.
Snails and Slugs
The pattern, which calls for fingering weight yarn, is a tiny bit fiddly, but very fast and super cute! Designed by Mochimochi Land.
Knitted flat in one piece using simple garter stitch to create the subtle shapings. By Claire Garland.
Pocket Ted is only 8 cm / 3” tall and sleeps in his own knitted bed in a tin. He has pipe cleaners in his arms and legs so he can sit up and he and his bed are knitted with small amounts of 4 ply yarn. Designed by Frankie Brown.
Cute tiny little hens to knit. Designed by Mochimochi Land.
Knitted bear and cat pins
Easy and cute knitting patterns.
Tiny and adorable zebra amigurumi knitting pattern. By Mochimochi Land.
Cute amigurumi pig free knitting pattern. By Susan B. Anderson.
These three little dolls are between 8 and 11 cm tall. They are knitted flat in one piece with the shawls being sewn on afterwards. Decorate them traditionally as I have done or as the fancy takes you. By Frankie Brown.
Snail measures 7 inches (17.5 centimetres) long and about 1.5 inches (3.5 centimetres) wide at the widest point, and the shell measures approximately 4 inches (10 centimetres) in diameter. Designed by Aisha Green.
Tabitha the Destash Kitty
You’ll need around 50m for a DK or small weight yarn and a bit more for chunkier wools. There are more details as to yardage in the pattern itself.
Knit colour changes like a pro with our mini chameleons by Sachiyo Ishii.
Super cute tiny seahorse to knit by My Creative Blog.