Crazy Cute Amigurumi Animals – Free Crochet Patterns
Crazy Cute Amigurumi Animals are all set and ready to conquer the hearts of your children, relatives, and friends! Yes, they are adorable enough to make both kids and adults melt from sweetness. If you are interested in amigurumi techniques, you certainly should take a look at the work of the authors we want to introduce to you today. They are so awesome at designing amigurumi animals! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Magical Amigurumi and Easter Menagerie.
Zeus the Zebra Crochet Pattern
Meet Zeus, the friendly zebra with an impressive name! He will surely get to rule the hearts of your family in no time. After all, who doesn’t love amigurumi animals? Especially when they are as sweet as this little guy! Zebra patterns are rare so keep this one in your library just in case!
Level: upper beginner Author: Roxy Crochet
The original pattern and the photos are on Roxy’s Crochet website.
¡Hola! the Alpaca Free Crochet Pattern
Amigurumi alpacas are always on-trend, we certainly love them! This one is even cuter than all the others. This adorable friend has colorful pom-poms and tassels, and it is so very fluffy! Every kid and adult will love it. If you are looking for gift inspiration, this is it!
Level: intermediate Author: Nathalie Nuisement
The original pattern and the photos are on My Little Cute Amis. More info on Ravelry.
Douc Langur Monkey Free Crochet Pattern
Here is an awesome amigurumi idea by lucy_rose_toys! If you are looking for inspiration for handmade gifts for the little ones in your family, you should certainly follow the work of this artist. Seriously, how cute is this amigurumi monkey?
Level: intermediate Author: lucy_rose_toys
The original pattern is on Instagram. The photos are on Instagram: top and bottom.
The zebra is not a free pattern. And how do you get the pattern for the monkey off of instagram. No way to copy unless you sit and write it all.
Hi Jeanie, thank you for your comment. The zebra pattern is free on the designer’s website (check out the link provided in the article). As for the monkey pattern, you can save screenshots and then print them off. Hope that helps.