This little snowman family from Bernat Yarns is the perfect addition to your home this holiday season. These cute crochet amigurumi style figures are easy and fun to make! This Christmas crochet idea will surely melt your heart and put a smile on your face. The Crochet Snowman Family is looking for a home, and yours is the perfect place to keep them safe this holiday season. You and your family will love this new addition and will be looking forward to their arrival every Christmas.
Want to broaden your crochet skills? Try these Free Amigurumi Crochet Patterns! Amigurumi may be hard to say, but it's easy to do! With these 26 patterns, you'll learn how to crochet amigurumi in no time! With easy crochet patterns for animal lovers, new parents, and even a few Christmas-themed tutorials, this collection is sure to inspire you to create your own toys this year.
Any easy crochet pattern like this one is great for any young girl. Bright shades of Bernat Handicrafter Cotton are used for this cute pattern.
Crochet this fun bunny for a child that you know. It's so neat to make because it only uses one skein of yarn. It's an intermediate pattern just for you.
Learn to crochet this tiny seal to make as a keepsake stuffed toy for a child or new baby. This adorable seal amigurumi is easy to make and hard to resist cuddling.
Pom-pom yarn creates wonderful accents on this poodle amigurumi. Make this intermediate amigurumi crochet pattern for an adorable poodle friend.
Give Mr. and Mrs. Christmas Mouse a spot in your Christmas decor this year. Crochet an easy amigurumi with this free crochet pattern. Aren't they cute!
Make a tiny crochet hello kitty with this amigurumi crochet pattern from Crafts by AP. A group of four kitties in coordinating baby soft yarns is just about the cutest thing you can imagine.
Octopus alert! The Crochtopus is a pattern for a crochet octopus! This little guy makes a great gift for a child or octopus enthusiast. Use these free amigurumi patterns to make your own.
Great little treats for Halloween, these little toads are very easy to crochet. According to Wikipedia, "any distinction between frogs and toads is irrelevant," so you can call these little darlings what you want.