2.03.2014

8 Free Amigurumi Patterns for Valentine's Day!

With Valentine's Day barely ten days away, it's time to get out your crochet supplies and start a cute Valentine's project for your special someone! 

I've compiled my favorite 8 free amigurumi patterns for this holiday season! Click on the photos to take you to their pages. 



1: Sweet Heart Bunny
Stephanie, from All About Ami, designs the sweetest amigurumi on the internet, and each pattern is free! How awesome is that?! I love her patterns and tutorials, each one is clear with lots of pictures and step-by-step instructions. Two of her patterns are for Valentine's Day and this first one is my favorite! 


The second pattern by Stephanie, a teddy bear. Like the bunny, his pattern is super clear to follow. He's so adorable!! I love his little bow-tie and his irresistible fuzziness! 


With little magnets on their hands, these robots are truly attracted to each other! A seriously adorable pattern by Christen Haden, published on CrochetToday. This pattern is in PDF format for easy viewing and follow-along. 


Diana, from MyGurumi, wrote this adorable puffy heart anyone can make! It's size is quite large, about 4" when finished! 


Valentine's Day isn't complete without a couple of strawberries, preferably dipped in chocolate!  This is a great pattern by TheSunandTheTurtle! Check out their site, you'll love all the cute patterns! 


How cute are these little birds snuggled in a nest?! Such a precious pattern by Yellow, Pink, and Sparkly!


Valentine's Day never passes without a batch of heart shaped cookies! A sweet pattern by Crochet N Play! Check out her blog, she has many adorable patterns designed for children! 


The perfect size for keychains or ornaments, this tutorial is great for the beginner and expert alike! The hearts are easy and quick, so make one for all your friends! Pattern by moi :)

Happy Valentine's Day!!

17 comments:

  1. Aimee \ wallflowergirl.co.uk2/4/14, 1:57 PM

    Cuteness overload! That bunny is adorable!

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  2. Jennifer Ramirez from TSATT2/5/14, 4:56 AM

    Wow thanks a lot! All the amigurumis are so pretty!!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. Stephanie's ami's are soo adorable! I've haven't made the bunny myself, but I want to! I hope you're doing well, Aimee! Thanks for stopping by :)

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  4. You're welcome! I hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day!

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  5. Hi Sammi,
    Tug lightly and crisscross your yarn through the body 2 or 3 times. It doesn't have to be tight, the yarn will stay put and won't come out. I hope that helps!

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  6. can i make it then sell it??

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  7. Yes, you may!All I ask is that you reference my blog and/or credit Ami Amore as the designer. Thanks!

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  8. Found you - your pattern - through Ravelry and I just want to say thanks for the freebie pattern and sharing the cute!

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  9. Thank you for this wonderful pattern! I just finished making rilakkuma and korilakkuma for my friend. They are just too cute. Thanks again!

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  10. You're very welcome Emily!! I'm so glad you enjoyed the pattern! :D

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  11. This looks incredible! I love rilakkuma and have been wanting to make him for a while but I wasn't sure which medium and how :-P But this seems perfect! I have never done amigurumi before so when I get good enough I will defiantly make all three! Thank you so much!!! <3

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  12. Thank you so much Cheyanne! PlanetJune has so many wonderful tutorials, I learned so much from her videos! http://www.planetjune.com/blog/tutorials/crochet-tutorials/ Good Luck!

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  13. Thank you for your pattern and explanation. Simply Crochet Magazine in the UK has a similar one (much larger) and it is completely inexplicable at the step where the two lobes are joined! Your tutorial actually explains it - I have been so FRUSTRATED!! thanks again.

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  14. You're welcome! I'm so glad my tutorial was helpful! Thank you!

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  15. Wow amiamore, I made one and rubbed lavender on it , their so cool thanks, I will give it to my mum.

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  16. Hikaru Hikari5/12/16, 11:48 AM

    thank you!
    the pattern so detail and its so cute.!!!

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  17. KookieTheBunny vtaemin7/23/17, 10:20 AM

    hello! i know that i am too late XD but i cant get your pdf.... i tried and still cant.... can u please help me?

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