Free Knitting Patterns: Amigurumi

Amigurumi (pronounced ah-mee-goo-roo-mi) is the Japanese art of knitting and crochet small stuffed toys and figures. They are often adorable anthropomorphic animals or humorous caricatures of inanimate objects. While the pieces are often small and don't require a lot of yarn, knitting amigurumi can be challenging. In this free pattern directory, we have attempted to note the relative complexity of each pattern from beginner to advanced knitter.

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Mervin the Molar

Intermediate.

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Mini Alien

Beginner/Intermediate.

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Thrifty Critter

Intermediate.

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Molecule

Intermediate. A knit version of the acrylonitrile molecule, as used in the production of acrylic fibres, represented as a ball and stick model.

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Bob Toy

Beginner/Intermediate. Bob’s shape was inspired by the plastic thing that floats in your toilet tank. He’s not an elephant, or an anteater.

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Dinosaur Jr.

Intermediate. This would be best knit in purple and green.

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Nest and Eggs

Intermediate.

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Mao Cat Amigurumi

Beginner/Intermediate. Mao is the name for “cat” in Chinese.

Owl

Intermediate.

Tiny Perching Pigeons

Intermediate. These cuties are so fast to knit, a flock of them will be hopping off your needles in no time!

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Sunkern

Intermediate.

Mini Pikachu

Intermediate. Pikachu are a cute, lovable, rodent-like Pokémon with yellow fur all over its body.

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Yoda Doll

Intermediate. For all the Star Wars fans out there!

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Strep Throat Plushie

Beginner/Intermediate.

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Mike Monster

Intermediate.

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Adorkable Monster

Intermediate.

There's 39 Amigurumi patterns. Use the links below to view more:

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