The Amigurumi Collection Kids Will Love!
Looking to make the perfect crochet gift for the little ones in your life? Kids will love playing with these cute amigurumi toys—and love that you made something just for them! Try out each of these fantastic crochet amigurumi projects, and let the kids play all through the holidays!
We’ve gathered a collection of some of our favorite amigurumi patterns and other crochet patterns aimed toward kids. Grab the bundle available especially for you this holiday season, or pick the one you want to make most!
The Pint-Sized Zoo includes the patterns for adorable crochet creatures complete with hats and outfits, making them perfect for playtime. These little creatures will work up super-fast, and they’re easy to grab and go for playtime at a relative’s house. Make these with stash yarn, and everyone will have a happy holiday!
This little bird rattle actually makes noise! Pack a hollow plastic egg with popcorn kernels and crochet around it to create a fun toy for babies. Just make sure all the extra pieces are sewn on tight!
This owl toy is great for beginners; you might even use it to teach a kiddo to crochet! The project uses basic stitches; the wings and feet are made first and crocheted into the owl as you work from the top down (so no pesky seaming at the end). Have fun making and playing with this adorable toy this holiday season.
Older kids might appreciate playtime with Mister Whistle! He is quite dapper in his pinstripe pants and fancy bowtie!
These little monsters carry their hearts—and they’ll carry yours, too. Make the crochet amigurumi monster creatures in your kids’ favorite colors, and this will be a favorite in their rooms for years to come!
What’s the secret to playtime with these crochet creatures? They have flexible foam hair rollers hidden on the inside! The hair rollers provide just enough structure to bend these guys into fun poses or link them together.
Even adults will like this one. Make this giant checkerboard mat and circle pieces for a family game of checkers. Pack this up to take with you wherever you spend your holidays. When warmer temperatures roll around, take the game out into the backyard.
Get the whole family up to play this game to work off the holiday dinner. Set these fun crochet circles out under the Christmas tree for hours of active entertainment.
Jackalopes do exist! If it’s too cold to hunt through the forest for magical creatures, crochet this one up for a cuddle.
Which one of these will you make first? Whom do you plan to make it for? Let us know in the comments below and get started on some cool amigurumi crochet gifts!
(Featured Image: Photos by Harper Point Photography and George Boe)
Amigurumi projects to love!