Hey, crocheters – are you ready for new crochet patterns for Bees and Butterflies Amigurumi? The really warm months are right around the corner in this part of the world. Free amigurumi bee patterns are here for a reason!
We will soon be seeing plenty of miraculous flying creatures in the air. We all know that butterflies are beautiful, but have you seen a free butterfly pattern?
Extremely important for our ecosystems – bees! Invite them in their crochet versions into your house this spring.
The lovely authors of today’s patterns have made it so easy with their written patterns and video tutorials. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
amigurumi bees free crochet patterns
What an adorable family of amigurumi bees – take a look at the photo! These cuties are all set and ready to move into your little one’s tox box. Will you let them in?
All you need to make it happen is your favorite crochet hook and some leftover yarn.
Level: upper beginner Author: Sharon Ojala
This cute amigurumi pattern for a crochet bee will quickly become your favorite because it works up fast. Bring yellow yarn, black yarn, safety eyes, and a crochet hook, of course. That’s all you need to make this lovely toy, really. You need mostly single crochet stitches for amigurumi, so you’ll be able to make it even if you’re a beginner.
Level: upper beginner Author: Drew Hill
photos by Drew Hill / ravelry.com
Find this pattern on ravelry.com.
amigurumi butterfly free crochet patterns
Butterfly Amigurumi will bring spring to your home for good. This ragdoll-style soft toy can be a lovely gift for a kid, but you can also use it as decoration.
It’s easier to make than regular amigurumi because it’s worked flat. The pattern written by the one and only Spin a Yarn Crochet is evidently great for beginners.
Level: upper beginner Author: Spin a Yarn Crochet / driisdoing
Can you believe that this crochet butterfly is among our free amigurumi patterns? It certainly looks like a piece from an expensive toy store, so be sure to check how to make it. Butterfly shapes may differ, and this one is very kawaii-inspired. As you can see, it has lovely butterfly wings that are cleverly shaped.
Level: intermediate Author: Sarah Prather
photos by Sarah Prather / instagram.com
Find this pattern and the photos on sarahdeecrochet.com.