The holiday season is approaching and I know many of you are hard at work knitting and crocheting for the holidays. But if you’re stumped on what to crochet for your kids or grand-kids, all you need to do is ask them one simple question:
“Do you like the movie Despicable Me?”
And if they are like most children these days, they’ll jump up and down, start singing “bee-doh-bee-doh-bee-doh,” and start quoting lines from the movies. My little sister was a minion for Halloween this year and she has minion t-shirts, posters…but there’s one thing she doesn’t have…
A crocheted minion! If I get my act together, I may try one of these free crochet minion patterns by Christmas. There are also two knitting patterns and a minion crochet motif to make the cutest afghan ever!
Despicable Me Santa Minion (knit) – These little guys make great presents for kids and adults, stocking-stuffers, ornaments, or table decoration. Make a whole army and have the Despicable Me Santa Minions bake your cookies, trim the tree, leave cookies for Santa, and other holiday chores.
Despicable Me Minion (knit) – The Despicable Me Minion is a relatively simple pattern, and it includes both written instructions and a knitting chart.
Minion from Despicable Me Amigurumi – Though the eyes on this minion are a little big, I think it makes him extra cute!
Insanely Cute Minion Pencil Case – Kids of all ages will love using this one-of-a-kind classroom accessory when they go back to school after the holiday break.
Minion Crochet Motif – Pair this motif with some blue yarn and blue crochet motifs for a kid-friendly afghan.
Fingerless Minion Mitts – These are cutest mittens around! This is a fairly easy crochet mitten pattern that uses the magic circle.
Can’t get enough of these minions? Be sure to check out more minion crafts over at the Fave Crafts blog!
Have you crocheted or knitted a minion yet?
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