Super Cute Amigurumi Projects We’re Loving Right Now

Hello everyone! Tara here—

With the warm weather we’ve been having, it’s been feeling a lot like Spring has come early.

Naturally, it’s getting me in the mood for all things soft and sweet. I keep looking up the cutest stuffed animals and feel a need to make them all for my niece.

And, in my opinion, the cutest ones are amigurumi. There’s just something about them that makes them so much cuter than regular stuffed animals.

Here are some of the adorable Amigurumi projects I’ve been loving:

#1: Carla the Goose

Goose Amigurumi in a Bonnet
Carla the Goose Designed By Elisa Sartori From Elisa’s Crochet

Carla is worked up in a super bulky yarn, so this pattern stitches up quickly. She’s the perfect size to cuddle too!

#2: Daisy the Sheep

Sheep Amigurumi
Daisy the Sheep Designed By Elisa Sartori From Elisa’s Crochet

This sweet sheep is the perfect springtime companion.

#3: Gilbert the Otter

Otter Amigurumi Holding A Fish
Gilbert the Otter Designed By Elisa Sartori From Elisa’s Crochet

Is there anything cuter than an otter floating on its back? This little guy even has a little fish!

#4: Nugget the Carrot Lover

Bunny Jumping into a pot with carrots
Nugget the Carrot Lover Designed By Elisa Sartori From Elisa’s Crochet

Easter will be here before we know it, and Nugget is the perfect addition to any Easter basket!

#5: The Unicorn Cuddler

Unicorn Stuffed Animal
Unicorn Cuddler Designed By Michael Cao

There’s something about unicorns that makes them so irresistible. This one is perfect for any little girl in your life that needs a new cuddle-buddy.

#6: Sunny Sarala the Sunflower

Large Sunflower Amigurumi
Sunny Sarala Sunflower Designed By Michael Cao

Even though they aren’t a spring flower, sunflowers are so bright and cheerful and always make me think of warm weather.


Let us know how what you’re working on in the comment section!

– Tara Orchard, Editor of Crochet! Magazine

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