Do you notice the crochet deer pattern created by the puffy popcorn stitches used in this blanket? We’re sure kids and adults alike will enjoy running their fingers through these puffy stitches!
We love how they used colors that are associated with deers. This definitely helped us see the design easier!
Since this blanket is made in separate pieces, this blanket can be a great practice project if you're trying to learn how to sew blankets together.
We are loving this unique take on a crochet deer pattern! Instead of making another deer amigurumi, they made a Winter Deer Girl.
Kids love playing dress-up, especially with their dolls. Luckily, you can easily do that with this Winter Deer Girl.
Since the whole doll is made separately from the clothes, kids can easily change the outfit of the doll. You can even crochet other outfits for your little one's doll.
So if you're looking for a present for your little kids who love playing with dolls, you should definitely consider this pattern.
To make it more fun, make other doll patterns from the same designer to mix and match their outfits!
Want a unique looking deer? Line this deer amigurumi pattern with the other crochet deer patterns and it will surely stand out!
As compared to the previous crochet deer patterns, this one looks more firm and more detailed. Did you see those perfectly shaped ears and those detailed limbs?
Even though this pattern is highly detailed, the pattern is intended for beginners. In fact, it has 24 pages of detailed instructions with high-quality pictures of the process.
Just like other amigurumi pieces, you have to know how to crochet in rounds and how to make a magic ring. As it is targetted for beginners, you'll only be using the basic stitches.
It is important to note, though, that the scarf is a knitted piece. If you are also a knitter, you'll be needing the purl and knit stitch for the scarf.
However, feel free to make a crochet scarf instead if you don't really knit.
For those who want to give amigurumi a try, this free crochet deer pattern is perfect for you!
Standing only 5 inches tall, the aptly named Sugarplum the deer is such a cutie! With its size, beginners will not be overwhelmed with the work they have to do.
We all know yarns can be expensive, but with this project, you probably won't have to buy any yarns at all. To complete the whole project, you will only need 25 grams of the main color and a few grams of the accent colors.
Make an adorable deer and at the same time learn how to make an amigurumi with this Free Sugarplum the Deer pattern!
Ohhh, another deer crochet pattern for the little ones - and adults too!
Easily turn your little kid into a woodland creature for a costume party she'll attend by making this crochet deer hat for her! You can even make the fox and raccoon if he's going with his friends.
The little flower details definitely added a tiny bit more cuteness to this already adorable hat!
Add an element of fantasy to your little one's toy box with this crochet deer pattern!
Friendy Annie the Deer is part of AradiyaToys famous group of Friendies. They are said to look like ordinary toys, but in reality, they come to life when you're not around.
Although Annie is known to be an adventurer, and can sometimes cause minor accidents because she is too fidgety, friendies are actually great helpers.
If you're wondering how your kid is able to keep his room so clean, it's probably because of the friendies.
There are four more Friendy patterns from AradiyaToys, and we're sure you'll love all of them!