White Yarn Amigurumi Ideas – Free Crochet Patterns
Is there some white yarn left in your stash? Time for white yarn amigurumi! Today is all about color that is considered perfect and also associated with pureness and safety. Yes, I`m talking about white. And so is this collection of White Yarn Amigurumi Ideas. You will find chicks, rabbits, and dogs here, all so cute and cuddly that the kids will simply adore. Therefore they will make perfect baby gifts. You can also personalize them with colorful bows or collars. The patterns are not very difficult, so even if you`re just a beginner, I`m sure you can still work them out pretty fast. Just use the yarn for crochet blankets or any other leftovers to make these cuties. Enjoy! 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 Amigurumi Bumblebees and St. Patrick`s Amigurumi.
Chick Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
This tiny chick designed by Natalya Birina is a great project for beginners. It features a round body with flappy wings and a tiny yellow beak. Fluffy hair tied with a bow looks absolutely adorable.
Level: beginner Author: Natalya Birina
The original pattern and the photos are on Tilly Some. More info on Ravelry.
Cory the Giant Bunny Free Crochet Pattern
Bunnies are not only for Easter. Children will love this gentle giant with long ears and an elegant bowtie. Don`t forget about a fluffy tail.
Level: beginner Author: Ilaria Caliri (aka airali)
The original pattern and the photos are on Airali Design. More info on Ravelry.
Amigurumi Poppy the Poodle Deradog
This gorgeous poodle would make a cute present for all dog lovers. I`m pretty sure not only kids would appreciate this cuddly pup with perfect curls.
Level: upper beginner Author: Heather C Gibbs
This pattern is no longer available.
Amigurumi Peace Dove Free Crochet Pattern
What a beautiful idea for an amigurumi project! If you love crocheting toys and figurines but feel a bit uninspired recently, this may be a great option for your next project. We know one thing for sure. You can’t go wrong with a pattern by Mari-Liis Lille!
Level: beginner Author: Mari-Liis Lille
The original pattern and the photos are on Lilleliis. More info on Ravelry.