Free Patterns

free small amigurumi teddy bear pattern Small Teddy Bear
A cute small teddy bear with long legs and arms.
free small amigurumi rhino pattern Small Rhino
My little hippo now has a rhino cousin - just as tiny and cute and really fun to make.

Baby Dragon Rattle
Cute little dragon with stumpy spikes, chubby tummy and rattle inside the body.

free amigurumi bee pattern Bee Rattle
Sweet little bumble bee crocheted around a rattle.
Rattle Monsters
Little monsters crocheted around a rattle.
Cat rattle
Cute little chubby cat with a rattle inside the body.
Small owls
A tiny project to use up any leftover yarn.
free crochet frog pattern Tree frog
Small tree frog with wire inside the legs.
free amigurumi bunny pattern Tiny Bunnies
Cute teeny-tiny bunny with straight or floppy ears.
free amigurumi bunny pattern Tiny Teddy Bears
Sweet little teddy bears.
free small amigurumi hippo pattern Small Hippo
Tiny hippo with a huge nose and stumpy little legs, small enough to sit on your palm..
Free amigurumi alien pattern Small Alien
A tiny little alien with large eyes and antenna.
Free croche cat pattern Small Cat
A tiny long-legged cat with big personality and a lot of attitude.
Sipsik aka Raggie
A crocheted version of a ragdoll from a beloved Estonian children's book.
Zombie Bunny
A great project for taking your first steps in the amigurumi world - not difficult to crochet, but includes all the most common techniques.
Small Bunny
Small long-legged bunny with straight or floppy ears.
Small Cat
Small long-legged kitty, a great project for beginners or that quick crochet fix.
Free amigurumi christmas elf doll pattern Small Christmas elf
A small and simple elf doll.
A fun autumn project that requires little yarn and just a bit of time and effort.
Easter eggs
Realistic chicken eggs, crocheted with 4ply cotton (125m/50g) and a 1,75 mm crochet hook.
4 sizes, 8 - 20 cm (1 1/2" - 8") long. Made with fingering weight mercerized cotton and a 2 mm hook.
Doll Shoes
Cute crocheted shoes for larger long-legged animals or dolls.
Rayman Raving Rabbid
A rabbit-like creature from a video game and TV show Raving Rabbids.

Pattern Mods

One pattern, different yarns
Using different materials and different weight yarns with the same pattern to create different looks and sizes.

Sewing a fabric dress
Took my bunny pattern and turned it into a teddy bear in a simple fabric dress.

Using fuzzy yarn
My tips for using eyelash yarn to turn any pattern into a fuzzy and cuddly version.

Panda bear
I took my classic teddy bear pattern and turned it into a cute panda bear.

Christmas teddy bear
I took my sleepy teddy bear pattern and turned it into a cute teddy bear in a Christmas elf outfit.

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Please do not post these patterns to your website or blog, instead post a link to the original blog post on

You may use them as a teaching aid in any free class or e-course, or as part of a free crochet pattern, provided you credit me as the designer (Kristi Tullus,

Feel free to sell items made with these patterns. I would appreciate a credit and a link (Kristi Tullus,


Happy crocheting!

Kristi Tullus


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Comment from: Natalie [Visitor]  

Hi, First of all I would like to thank you for the free shoe pattern. Also I would like to make a suggestion, Is there any way you would consider doing a video tutorial for the shoe?

Thanking you in advance,


12/01/16 @ 03:46
Comment from: kristi [Member]  

Hi Natalie,

I will think about it. My English is really not good enough that I feel comfortable speaking on camera, but maybe I’ll do one with written explanations, like this one for example -


13/01/16 @ 16:29
Comment from: Shannon Flewellen [Visitor]
Shannon Flewellen

Thank you so much for the amazing free patterns…I recently taught myself to crochet and keep looking for nice free patterns. Yours are absolutely gorgeous!!!

11/02/16 @ 14:54
Comment from: Shirley Clement [Visitor]
Shirley Clement

Thankyou for the tiny dragon pattern. Just right for a new grandson, due in April.

21/02/16 @ 16:20
Comment from: Sandy [Visitor]

I am also learning to crochet your little toys are great to practice on lovely, great work

03/05/16 @ 10:30
Comment from: Sandie O'Connor [Visitor]
Sandie O'Connor

Hi Kristi
Just finished making your doll with the jacket,boots and hat.Your patterns are very good and I was amazed how well it turned out!

Thank you


21/05/16 @ 11:54
Comment from: BLANCA LOPEZ [Visitor]  

hola me gusta mucho el oso con pijama y pantuflas de conejo no encuentro el tutorial en español me podrias decir en donde comprarlo o si es gratis x favor muchas gracias

04/08/16 @ 03:19
Comment from: kristi [Member]  

Hi Blanca,

The sleepy teddy pattern is available in English here:


09/08/16 @ 12:07
Comment from: Carmen Besa [Visitor]  
Carmen Besa

Thank you very much for sharing so nicely!!!
I really would hate embroidering the face of any Amigurumi, but now I can, still a little complicated, but feel more comfortable. Thank you again!!

01/10/16 @ 17:41
Comment from: kristi [Member]  

You are very welcome, Carmen, glad I could help :) And just keep practicing, it gets easier and easier every time.

01/10/16 @ 17:44
Comment from: Natasha Cole [Visitor]
Natasha Cole

I really enjoyed making the teddy bear over the last couple of days. I had a few restarts but got the hang of it and very pleased with my first amigurumi animal.

12/04/17 @ 19:43
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21/01/18 @ 23:34
Comment from: Carol [Visitor]

Thank you so much for all the information on crocheting and your cute free patterns.

23/10/18 @ 15:11
Comment from: PATRICIA [Visitor]

Buen día, Kristy..

Hace poco compré el patrón de la ovejita en easty y ya recibí el tutorial (no hablo ingles), me gustaria ver un video donde explique la puntada utilizada en la cabeza y el cuerpo de la ovejita. Donde puedo verlo?.

Gracias por su comentarios.
Pd. sería bueno contar con los patrones en español.

28/05/19 @ 18:52
Comment from: Mari Schmitz [Visitor]
Mari Schmitz

Olá Kristi!

Meu bebê Davi ganhou um móbile de coalas de amigurumi. Me apaixonei pelo trabalho e agora estou me arriscando no crochê. Sempre gostei de fazer eu mesma as coisas, principalmente ligadas ao artesanato. Estava pesquisando alguns modelos de amigurumis no Pinterest e encontrei seu site. Adorei seus passo-a-passo pois ficou bem fácil de reproduzir.
Obrigada por disponibilizar essas dicas.
Um super abraço.
Envio em anexo meu primeiro amigurumi.

02/06/19 @ 20:19