Crochet amigurumi patterns are quite possibly the cutest things you could ever create with your hook and yarn. Inside our new digital magazine, I Like Crochet, you will find some of the most irresistible crochet amigurumi patterns ever that you can’t find anywhere else.
The word “amigurumi” is a combination of the Japanese words ami, meaning crocheted or knitted, and nuigurumi, meaning stuffed doll; it is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small stuffed animals.
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“I Like Crochet” Amigurumi Patterns
- Leo, King of the (Amigurumi) Jungle
- Crochet Candy Corn Amigurumi
- Crochet Hard Candy Amigurumi
- Acorn the (Amigurumi) Squirrel
- Mary Had a Little (Amigurumi) Lamb
- Don the (Amigurumi) Donkey
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What’s your favorite animal? Mine is a lamb! 🙂
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