A little bit of cute with a touch of sass. That's what I think of when I see this Crochet Tiger Bitty Bumble. This little burst of fun is the third small amigurumi in my series: Bitty Bumbles. These bitty bumbles are just so darn fun to make. Make one for your office or to tuck on a shelf. Or make them for a little one in your life who might just carry them around by the fistful!
Ever need a little bit of cuteness to brighten up your day? Your home? Your office? Meet the first in the Bitty Bumble series: A Crochet Pig. Remember when I made the bitty bumble bee? Well. It got me thinking. Wouldn’t it be fun to make a whole bunch of little stuffed pieces of crochet goodness? And wouldn't it be fun to give the whole series a fun name… like ‘Bitty Bumble’? And then I found this cutie patootie button and I was a goner. Let's get started!
The Benevolent Bumble Bee is big, sweet, and ready for a cuddle - no stings, I promise! Make one for someone special with this free crochet pattern on Moogly! The Benevolent Bumble Bee is made with Red Heart With Love and stuffed with Fairfield Poly-fil. By holding the yarn doubled, and using a small hook, the fabric is tight enough to stuff without needing any sort of fabric lining. This pattern is also made amigurumi style (but so big!) - the rounds are worked in spirals, with no joins. This prevents that tell-tale seem, but you'll also want to have stitch markers on hand to mark the first stitch of each round. Believe me, you don't want to skip it, especially when working with black yarn!
- Designed by Erangi Udeshika
This adorable little bee won't hurt you, because she's nothing but friendly and happy! Great toy to gift to your kiddo and teach about the environment. The project itself is really simple and easy to crochet, to don't worry if you're a beginner!
Roarrrsome pocket buddy is here! This cute little tiger will make your kids happy. They can imagine that they are Indian explorers who discover wild animals in bamboo thickets in the tropics of Eurasia. Or something else - the sky is the limit for children's fantasy.
Make them a few soft tigers with this free pocket amigurumi pattern by Josephine Laurin.
Are you looking for a crochet project that you will make in no time? This might be it! It's a great pattern for all beginner crocheters, because it requires very basic understanding of the technique. Take a look at the picture to see how cute it is! Once you make one, you won't stop and make another, I promise.