Don`t Stop on One! Amigurumi Ideas Free Crochet Patterns

Don’t Stop on One! Amigurumi Ideas and Free Crochet Patterns

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They’re cute, tiny, colorful, and might even bring you some luck. I’m talking about Amigurumi Ideas of course. These pocket-sized objects are easy to crochet and very quick to make. Because they will fit in the palm of your hand, use them as keychains and amulets but also cute garlands or table decor. You don’t need lots of yarn to make them, so just grab some leftovers from other projects. But choose the most colorful and bright ones, because this will make these amigurumi even more adorable. There’s such joy in making them, so Don’t Stop on One! Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Raffia Summer Bag Ideas and Yummy Amigurumi Ideas.


Small amigurumi free crochet patterns

Mario Mushroom 

Some of you will feel nostalgia looking at these little pals, and some of you won’t even know who they are. That’s fair – not all of us played Mario Kart as a kid! However, if you want to make your grandkids happy, crochet a bunch of these mushrooms for them to play with.

Level: beginner Author: Lindsay Hoffman

two crochet mushroom toys in the style of mario

photo by Lindsay Hoffman /

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All in One DINOSAUR (Stegosaurus)

If you’ve got half an hour to spare, you can make one adorable crochet dinosaur! And if you have more, you can make much more of them. Once you learn how to make one, you will crochet the others in no time. Use up leftover yarn ends to make them colorful.

Level: beginner Author: Criss Wall

crochet dinosaur toys in various colors

photo by Criss Wall /

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Octopus Cupcake Amigurumi 

Are you looking for original amigurumi ideas? This is the cutest little cupcake that is also an octopus. It features whipped cream with a cherry on the top and tentacles are made with popcorn stitch. Make a whole plate of these sweet little treats.

Level: beginner Author: Anitha Domacin

Octopus Cupcake Amigurumi

The original pattern and the photos are on Paint It Colorful here. More info on Ravelry here.

Tiny Toadstools

Great as keyrings and dangling charms, these toadstools are a very easy project to make in no time. Play with colors and crochet yourself a basketful of these little cute mushrooms. Moji-Moji Design is known for creativity and color!

Level: beginner Author: Moji-Moji Design

Crochet Mushroom

The original pattern and the photos are on Moji Moji Design here. More info on Ravelry here.

Easy Heart Flower 

Are you looking for beginner-friendly amigurumi ideas? We have great news! It’s so easy to make these tiny hearts by Príncipe del Crochet. Put them on sticks and you will have a bouquet to give as a gift to your loved one. Who is it going to be?

Level: beginner Author: Príncipe del Crochet

Crochet Heart Flower

The original pattern and the photos are on Pattern Center here

Shamrock Amigurumi 

Spin a Yarn Crochet never fails us! This lucky charm is adorable and it doesn’t have to be in green only. Make a cute garland or sneak it in your kid’s lunchbox for that extra luck at school. It is time for experimenting with colors and sizes!

Level: beginner Author: Spin a Yarn Crochet

Shamrock Amigurumi

The original pattern and the photos are on Spin a Yarn Crochet here. More info on Ravelry here.

The Mini Mini Monster

Another tiny amigurumi you can whip up in no time using only scraps. Choose bright colors and these monsters won`t be scary at all, we promise! You can trust all amigurumi ideas by Alyssa Voznak. Follow her work closely!

Level: beginner  Author: Alyssa Voznak

Mini Monsters

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Fruit Slice Keychains 

Keychain is an essential accessory, that’s for sure! Have you already found your favorite keychain crochet pattern? How about these little wonders designed by brilliant Raffaella Tassoni? Their lively colors will bring you joy! You will never lose a pair of keys again.

Level: beginner Author: Raffaella Tassoni

Fruit Slice Keychains

The original pattern and the photos are on Raffamusa Designs here. More info on Ravelry here.

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