The Kitten Key Chain crochet pattern by ToyStoryPatternsAU works up super quickly with very minimal yarn. It is a great stash-buster and works great for market prep! While the pattern can be a bit tricky for a beginner, it is a well-written pattern for crocheters with experience in working up amigurumi. I highly recommend checking it out if you need a quick and adorable pattern to make up for your upcoming markets or if you just want to make an adorable kitten key chain!
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Tooth Fairy Pillow – Crochet Pattern Review
I love how whimsical this little tooth is but what’s even better is the pocket on the back! If you have a light sleeper and the traditional route of making the tooth-for-cash swap under the pillow seems daunting, this is an excellent alternative!
Mermaid Lollie – Crochet Pattern Review
Not only is the Mermaid Lollie pattern super easy and quick to work up, but it comes with so many detailed modifications that this one pattern could constitute a whole book worth of patterns! In addition, this pattern was created for The Sunshine Yarn Project, which is a phenomenal non-profit organization that creates beautiful handmade items for children in crisis.
Mini Belly Ellie – Crochet Pattern Review
The first pattern I worked up from Madeline Mae Co was the Mini Belly Ellie, and I have since made 5 more! This pattern works up super easily, and the finished project is nothing shy of adorable! I’m currently in full market-prep mode, and this pattern has been a lifesaver for working up medium-sized stuffies in blanket yarn to fill up my stand. Best part of this pattern- there is a bonus mod for a completely different design included in the already reasonably-priced pattern!
Granny Heart Superstar – Crochet Pattern Review
Worked in worsted weight yarn, this little heart pouch is sized just right for a small handful of treats, jewelry or other goodies. It worked up really quickly. Can’t wait to make some more!
The Sleepy Collection – Crochet Pattern Review
The Sleepy Collection by KayteDid’s is a great pattern for anyone that loves to make soft stuffies for kids. Whether you are gifting them or selling them, this pattern provides four different animal patterns that are perfect to make for gifts or markets in just a few hours. With the purchase of just this one pattern, you will have directions to make a unicorn, a bear, a dinosaur, or a cow. The pattern modifications to create each animal and to customize your project are really easy to follow, and give you endless possibilities for new toys to make.
Flexagon Amigurumi – Crochet Fidget Toy Pattern Review
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!
Atticus Rat Doll – Crochet Pattern Review
The Atticus Rat Doll is hands down the most detailed amigurumi I have ever made. The designer, Cottontail & Whiskers, provided an extremely detailed description of each step along the way with over seventy photos showing important steps in the process. The pattern also includes a bonus pattern for a cockroach pal named Splat. This pattern is definitely worth every penny, and I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for a pattern for a cute and detailed rat stuffed doll.
Frank the Frog – Crochet Pattern Review
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!
Summer of 77 Rainbow Pillow – Crochet Pattern Review
I love the creativity of this pattern. A rainbow can be a fairly simple shape, but this one manages to have a cute retro look to it no matter what colors you end up using! And the bobbles add beautiful texture to what could easily become a boring stitch pattern otherwise.