I absolutely love everything about this Flexagon Amigurumi – it works up really quickly, it uses very few materials, and it makes a wonderful gift for kids and adults! As a math teacher, I also really love that it features little pyramids, because it makes for a great lesson in my classroom and a fun reward for my students!
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The Frank the Frog crochet pattern is a very quick and easy pattern to follow with one of the most detailed sets of instructions I have seen to date. If you are looking for a quick project for market prep, or you just want to make a super adorable set of frogs, this pattern is right for you! This pattern is perfect for someone new to working up chunky amigurumi, as the designer has provided extremely detailed directions and pictures for every step of the process. This pattern is definitely worth every penny!
The Sydney the Snake pattern is a fantastic and easy no-sew design that works up quickly. It is fully customizable in size and color, and can be made with any type of yarn. The no-sew design makes it an excellent amigurumi pattern for those who hate having to attach the different pieces to create their finished project.
The Tank the Turtle pattern by Mel’s Crocheted Creations is 100% worth the hype I’ve seen on social media. This pattern is incredibly quick and easy to work up in bulk, and it creates the most adorable little turtles! In just one evening and about two episodes of my favorite show, I was able to make three of these little turtles and start on a fourth. I am so excited to make more of these adorable turtles, and I am sure they are going to be bestsellers at my upcoming markets!
If you have a car-loving kiddo in your life, then the Mini Car pattern by Hugles is for you! This pattern is quick and easy, using minimal materials. In a short amount of time you will have an adorable little car that can be raced around all day and cuddled in bed at night!
If you are looking for a relatively quick and easy amigurumi to try out, this pattern is a great one to try! The directions are short and straight to the point. If you understand how to make a magic circle, single crochet, increase, decrease, and a few other crocheting methods, you can make this adorable hamster.
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet my new Kid’s Quick and Easy Slipper Socks – this includes Toddler and Big Kids sizes! They are a great stashbusting project, and worked in purely half double crochets throughout.