Today’s collection is great for beginners, so if you are starting your adventure with crocheting, make sure to save these ideas! Cute Cube Amigurumi collection is a great starting point for all of you who want to learn basic techniques. The patterns are so easy and fun! Evidently perfect for your first amigurumi project. Try them today or save your favorite ones for later! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Pusheen with Donut Free Crochet Pattern
Any fans of Pusheen here? Obviously, this little cutie is loved and cherished by the whole online community. Let’s celebrate the feelings we have for this adorably round kitty by crocheting her amigurumi version. This pattern is extra sweet!
Level: beginner Author: Roxy Crochet
Cube Little Unicorn Free Crochet Pattern
This sweet, tiny unicorn can be personalized in many different ways. Add a little applique, beads or glitter, or play with the color of mane and tail instead! Let your imagination run wild while working on this project!
Level: beginner Author: Crafty Bunny Bun
Mochi Bunny Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
This ball of sweetness is just a simple cube amigurumi with tiny ears. Everyone can make one, even without any crocheting experience! Motivation and practice will surely be enough. Keep the bunny in your pocket for instant cheer up!
Level: beginner Author: Nina Shimizu
Junimos Free Crochet Pattern
The apple-shaped little cuties are so playful and beginner-friendly. Make a bunch, it’s a great way to use up leftover yarn! You can attach one to your keys, throw a few in your little ones’ toy box and give one to the dog as well.
Level: beginner Author: Jonatan Tollow
Amigurumi Crochet Frog Free Crochet Pattern
What an adorable creature! If you are new to the world of amigurumi, you certainly need to try this crochet pattern by Amanda Yamamoto. Her Instagram feed is so inspiring! Before you star working on this green cutie, go follow @mochastitch!
Level: beginner Author: Amanda Yamamoto @mochastitch