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.
The Baby Squirrel in Acorn Free Crochet Pattern is relatively quick to work up given its size and makes a wonderful gift for girls and boys like, and is great as decor for woodland themed nursery rooms too. The Acorn is large enough for the little critter to hide within, making this a fun pretend play toy set for young children. Make this super cute toy for your little one, they will love this definitely. Your little one can easily carry the little set with them for a walk or trip. Since it only requires a small amount of yarn, this is a stash buster project and a great way to use up scrap yarn. Thanks Sweet Softies for sharing free crochet patterns. The link for the pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting!
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!
We are going to make a simple, small, but really cute squirrel with an acorn, pattern designed by Hi Sheep. This pattern fit for begginers, worked in the round. This project is really simple and it doesn't take long to complete. The finished amigurumi is about 13 cm / 5 inch, done with a 3mm hook and 2,5 mm. You can use another hook if you'd like, just note it will affect the size of the finished toy. You will need: 3 mm hook, 2,5 mm, safety eyes, stuffing, yarn needle, stitch marker, yarn in the following colors: Light brown, Brown, Dark brown, a little bit of: pink and black.
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.
This Halycon Keychain is a fresh new keychain, perfect for the spring season. You can use yarn scraps to whip up these keychains in a flash for markets, craft shows, and last-minute gifts.
This crochet keychain pattern creates a wristlet keychain, but instructions are also included to customize your keychains to your style. Ideas include a lanyard length, chunky version, other possible materials, and more!