Crochet patterns Gnome with Bee, Crochet bee pattern, Gnome amigurumi pattern, Crochet gnome pattern with crochet flowers
If you are on TikTok, you know this bee pattern. Even if you’re not, I am sure at some point you crossed paths with this fun bumblebee design, usually crocheted in bulky yarn. I got asked over and over to make this amigurumi bee and finally, last month I got some free time between my usual blanket projects, to make it for my grandkids. And of course, I had to make my own pattern. Initially, I started making it in super bulky yarn thinking I’ll just release it as a bumblebee cushion for kids. But then Mr.B made a comment that got me thinking: “You know, if you make smaller bees, this will actually look good as a baby mobile” he said “You can hang the small bumblebees under the big bee and will look really cool” he continued. And then the penny dropped! You can actually make this TikTok bee in different sizes, using the same pattern, but different yarn weight and hook size.
Spring time! Betty bee is gardening, mindfully watering her precious flowers with love and good vibes for the future pollen collection. Garderning is believing in tomorrow. Bees are hope for tomorrow's world. A super joyful amigurumi pattern to make when come Spring and Summer, accessible to beginners + to intermediate crochet lovers. Detailed pattern with step by step pictures. The Bee itself is worked only with single crochet, which makes it a great project for beginners. The flowers and leaves have more complex stitches such as dc, hdc, tr (but remain accessible!).
- 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!
PHOTOS by Erangi Udeshika / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Grace and Yarn
If you’re looking for a new, fun and above all – safe toy for your kiddo, you’ve just found the right one! This cutie is the perfect size to attend a tea party and cuddle! What’s more, this pattern really doesn’t use up much yarn, so you can have your bee in no time!
PHOTOS by Grace and Yarn / Ravelry.com