Are there any animal lovers among our fantastic readers? Without a doubt! We know you are all going to love these examples of crochet patterns for Little Amigurumi Foxes so much. Even if you are new in the world of Japan-inspired art of crocheting toys, you will surely find these designs precious. Keep them in your library! The foxes are friendly and ready to play, so invite them to your collection of crochet tricks right away! Your children will thank you! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
What a charming little fox! Are you already familiar with Anh Le’s incredible talent and skills? If you haven’t aren’t, now is the time to change that! The designer’s collection of decorative figurines is to die for, trust us! This fox surely represents it well.
Can you see this cheeky guy? It’s Fredric, the friendly fox! He evidently loves adventures and cuddles. He will befriend any kid or adult and become a faithful companion. This amigurumi fox pattern is a project for crafters who want to hone their amigurumi skills as well as for people who need a fox in their lives!
Who wants to crochet a fox this fall? With this pattern by genius people from Yarnspirations Design Studio, it will be easy as pie! If you have some experience and plenty of motivation, you should certainly try learning it. Have fun with the foxes!
Level: upper beginner Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio
Meet Fiona, the most adorable amigurumi fox ever seen on the face of the Earth! Hasn’t your heart just melted? If you are looking for one-of-a-kind gift ideas for the holiday season, look no more! Children and adults of all ages will love Fiona. Thank you, emmas.handcraft!
What an adorable pair of amigurumi foxes! If you are an expert in the art of crocheting toys, this pattern just released by Marina Vershinina will be a piece of cake for you, no doubt about it. If you are a beginner, level up your skills by playing with foxes!
Level: upper beginner Author: Marina Vershinina
The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.