Alligator & Crocodile
A is for Alligator from The Burgundy Basket
Baby Gator Amigurumi from My Fingers Fly
Finished tissue cover measures approximately 10.5″ long by 6” wide (excluding head and tail) and fits over a standard size tissue box.
Valentine’s Day Bat Amigurumi
Bobby Beaver from Cozy Little Mess
B is for Bird from The Burgundy Basket
These butterfly amigurumi are so fun to make! Each butterfly amigurumi measures approximately 6.5 inches wide (from wing tip to wing tip) and 6.5 inches tall (from antennae to the bottom of the body).
The Hangry Caterpillar and Butterfly are crocheted in the round and use up small amounts of yarn.
It takes less than an ounce of yarn to decorate a pair of flip flops with a butterfly motif. The pattern is so quick and easy, you can make several pairs in an evening.
How cute is this Simple Cat Amigurumi from Hooked on Patterns!
C is for Cow from The Burgundy Basket
Mini Cow Amigurumi from Loops and Love Crochet
D is for Deer from The Burgundy Basket
Darcy the Dingo from Ruth Haydock Designs
Puppy Lovey from Loops and Love Crochet
D is for Dog from The Burgundy Basket
Elzo the crochet elephant is such a cute little guy. With his striped swim shorts, he is ready to cool off from a hot summer’s day.
If you’re looking for an easy crochet elephant pattern, you will love this guy! The legs and body of this crochet elephant are crocheted in one piece. And even better? You can crochet the arms, tusks, and trunk into your elephant too, so that you just have to sew on the tail and ears! While this elephant is not a no sew amigurumi pattern, it certainly isn’t very sewing intensive!
One of my favorite things about this amigurumi elephant pattern are the ears. Oh those ears! They’re big and floppy and so cute!
Can’t you just picture this little cutie sitting on a shelf in a nursery? So adorable!
This design from Willow Crochet is a very easy crochet pattern, and you’ll only require about 70 yards of grey yarn in dk weight – I used Stylecraft special DK (Graphite) but you can use any brand you like. Once complete this little elephant will only be about 4 inches tall so it’s also a fairly quick project. As with all of my amigurumi patterns I’ve used The Craft Factory Toy Eyes Solid Black – 9mm, you can of course use any toy eyes or black yarn to embroider some eyes on.
Our Zoo Blog Hop in June was chock full of elephant patterns – 7 to be exact. Oh, what fun you’re going to have crocheting these for the littles in your family!
4 amigurumi elephants, elephant mask mate, elephant lovey, and elephant finger puppets
Possibly the cutest fish in the ocean!
This tropical fish amigurumi works up super fast and has so much potential for fun color combinations!
Dad will fall for this gift – hook, line, and sinker. Crochet pattern for a fish-shaped dish towel (or potholder) made with cotton yarn.
Crochet a starfish baby rattle for your beach baby! This simple crochet pattern works up quickly in one evening using cotton worsted weight yarn and a 2.5″ round rattle (or 2.5″ teething ring).
Leo Lion Amigurumi from Crochet Wizzard’s Adventure
Octopus Eyeglass Holder
My Owl Eyeglass Holder pattern uses a crocodile stitch to simulate the owl’s feathers and sits on your nightstand to guard your eyeglasses.
This crochet pattern also has a YouTube tutorial.
Owl Christmas Ornament also pattern uses a crocodile stitch to simulate the owl’s feathers.
You, Me and the ABCs : Crochet ABC Toys : P is for Penguin from The Burgundy Basket
Pagin the Penguin from Crochet Wizzardd’s Adventures
Penguins are so cute and charismatic, naturally they are a favorite among children around the world. Because of their popularity and their tuxedo-like coloring, they’re also a favorite among crocheters. These plush toys also make excellent Christmas gifts or holiday decor.
Classic Amigurumi Bunny from Once Upon a Cheerio
Some Bunny in the Hood from Once Upon a Cheerio
Bunny Rabbit Cupcake from Sweet Softies
Some-BUNNY to Love from Sweet Softies
That’s a “Latte” Bunny from The Burgundy Basket
Bunny Rabbit Applique Motifs from Knit & Crochet Blog
Jojo the Mailman Bunny from Octopus Crochet
Bunny Dish Scrubby from My Fingers Fly
Raccoon & Red Panda
Everyone loves pandas, and red pandas are especially cute! Crochet this red panda lovey using worsted weight yarn for your little one. Also makes a great baby shower gift.
Finished item measures approximately 24″ square
Use the same pattern but add different faces to make either a Racoon or a Red Panda freezer pop cozy.
With their cute little smile and their slow-motion movement, sloths are endearing creatures and a very popular crochet project. You can find Jack the Sloth Crochet Pattern at Cozy Little Mess.
Benjamin Turtle Nap Buddy CAL from My Fingers Fly
When it’s naptime, Benjamin folds out as a striped toddler blanket, then rolls back into his shell for a cuddly companion the rest of the day. Your little one is sure to love Benjamin which will make nap time so much easier.
Sea Turtle Amigurumi from Loops and Love Crochet
Measuring about 6.5 inches long from head to tail, this cute little Sea Turtle Amigurumi is a great size for cuddling and playing with, but it is not too big to sit on a shelf as decoration.
The pattern is simple, and it can be made in a variety of sizes. Use crochet cotton for jewelry or a small applique; use sport yarn for a slightly larger applique for shirts, jeans, or hats; use cotton worsted for coasters, or double the yarn for potholders. It’s also great for using up those small amounts in your scrap bucket.
Using the same pattern as above but with cotton worsted yarn, you have a cute Turtle Ornament for your Christmas tree.
I love the contrast between black and white on a zebra, so it’s a favorite subject of my crochet designs. This post has an adorable zebra amigurumi pattern that would be so cute worked in scrap yarn. There’s also a quick and easy zebra coin purse using black and white ombre yarn so you don’t have to worry about the zebra’s stripes.