I can't tell you how many times I've lost my keys and had to replace them then, later on, I find them somewhere I had inconspicuously left them.
Most of the time, they would just slip my mind and become unnoticeable in my surroundings. Of course, I never used a keychain before. I used to think they were tacky like something a traveling salesman would have.
That's until I saw the cutest one yet; a Bear Amigurumi Keychain Crochet. It caught my eye and realised that it's absolutely adorable.
Download the keychain crochet free pattern here
Adorable Bear Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
Bear makes a perfectly adorable companion. The bear shown in the photo below just feels wonderful to hug and squish. This cute bear will add joy to anyone's day. This Adorable Bear Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern is so easy and fun to make. It was made using soft milk cotton yarn. The body works up in one piece starting with the legs and ending the head, so it's perfectly suitable for those who doesn't like joining the pieces. They are perfect gifts to kids or anyone who loves bear.
Thanks Megan for sharing this free crochet pattern on leftinknots.com. If you need easy-to-read PDF pattern, you can buy from here. It costs around $2.99. Click below link for free pattern...
Crochet Amigurumi Squirrel Keychain
Finding amigurumi projects for beginners can be tough, but look no further. This Crochet Amigurumi Squirrel Keychain is an adorable introduction into the world of crocheting dolls and other toys. This crochet amigurumi pattern uses felt to add the details to the squirrel, and is perfect if you have any scraps you need to get rid of. This is a cute gift for new drivers or friends looking into buying cars. Be the first keychain on their keys and they will think of you every time they drive.
Cinnamon the Mini Bear Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Julia Chiang
Isn’t Cinnammon the cutest little fellow? He absolutely loves rocking on his chair and reading books. in other words, I'm pretty sure kiddos would love him. However, Cinnamon could be also a lovely gift for an adult! in other words, make sure to crochet this little guy and gift it to your friends!
PHOTOS by Julia Chiang /Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on craftingsofjoules.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
The Traveling Tu Family
Easter is just around the corner! Have you filled your Easter baskets? This bunny family will sure add a ton of fun for kids and kids at heart! Meet the Traveling Tu family - PapaTu (daddy rabbit in purple), MamaTu (mommy rabbit in blue), Tutu (big brother bunny, in white) and Toto (baby sister bunny, in pink). They like to hop out of their carrot home and enjoy a nice sunny day, while munching on yummy carrots
Crochet Donut Keychain Pattern
These donut keychains are perfect for all ages! The little ones can use them as okay food just leave off the keychain part for them.
School-age kids can attach them to their backpacks or lunchboxes and everyone else can use them on their keys. And of course, people who are old enough to drive can put them on their car keys!
Adorable Free Crochet Rabbit Pattern
What a better way to add a little fun to Easter Baskets this year than with this adorable micro family of traveling rabbits!? This free crochet rabbit pattern will get you on track to giving your kids the most unique and fun baskets around while still featuring your hand-made touch! This pattern is not only easy and simple to make, but also it gives a use for leftover yarn from other projects. The carrot house opens to store the bunnies so you can take this fun toy anywhere. Kids are sure to have a great time playing with this little amigurami crochet rabbit set. Happy Crocheting!
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Briggs The Bear Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Keke Grace
Briggs The Bear by Keke Grace is a little fellow, that loves tea parties and traveling around the world. He could totally do that if you'll take him with you! One of the ways you can allow him to see the world, is to attach him to your keys or purse. Moreover, you can make Briggs with yarnscraps!
PHOTOS by Keke Grace /Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on yarnsociety.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.