How small can you crochet? I don’t have the patience to crochet little teeny tiny creatures but I sure do respect people who do!
Checking out these patterns has me longing for an itty-bitty doll, so who knows – maybe I’ll have to give it another try!
If you’re just getting started with tiny amigurumi, here are a few free patterns you can try out first.
Crochet Flamingo by Meraki Crochet Studio
This tiny, sleeping flamingo would make a beautiful applique on anything from a hat to a scarf to a piece of jewelry.
It’s delicate and graceful, and I think both children and adults can enjoy it.
No-sew Amigurumi Dog by Stringy Ding Ding
The cylindrical body of these amigurumi dogs makes them super cute and also quick and simple to whip up!
They’re a great gift for dog lovers – how special would it be to create one of these to look like your own, or a loved one’s, dog? Find the free pattern here.
Mini Monster by Yarn Society
This monster isn’t scary – in fact, she’s ready to give you a big hug! She’s a great gift for anyone who needs a little extra love and care. Find the free pattern here.
Catnip Kitties by Sweet Softies
This is a great simple, peaceful toy to gift to a child.
They’ll love putting the kitty into bed and taking it back out again, and the kitty is tiny enough to tuck away in a pocket as a comfort item. Get the free pattern here.
Free patterns are an amazing resource, but if you’re looking for highly detailed instructions, pattern variety, and sometimes even video tutorials and step-by-step photos, it can be worthwhile to pay for a pattern.
If you’re ready to take the plunge into some more tiny amigurumi, check out the patterns we’ve rounded up below.
While you’re at it, check out this collection of micro crochet patterns, too!
Tiny Amigurumi Patterns
Once you've tried some of the free tiny amigurumi patterns above, you may find yourself, well, hooked!
These paid patterns are some of our favorites- perfect for expanding your mini amigurumi collection and practicing your skills.
Miniature Christmas Doll Pattern
Bring some holiday cheer to your home with this adorable Miniature Christmas Doll crochet pattern! This tiny amigurumi is sure to spread joy to all who see it. It's ideal as a Christmas ornament, as part of a Christmas display, or for a dollhouse and would make a gorgeous gift.
This is an appropriate pattern for those with intermediate or greater crochet skills, so if you're looking for a challenge, here it is!
Tiny Crochet Elephant Pattern
This adorable amigurumi is perfect for children, animal lovers, or anyone who appreciates the charm of miniature creatures. Best suited for advanced crocheters, this minuscule elephant stands on its own as a teeny decoration, or you can use it for earrings, a pin, a shadowbox, or other crafting applications.
Micro Mini Doll Amigurumi Pattern
At just one inch tall, this itty-bitty doll is perfect for making tiny dioramas and displays. Incorporate them into your decor or give them as a gift. Older children may enjoy using them in fairy gardens or as an accessory for their Barbies or other toys. Flex your crochet muscles with this advanced pattern!
Mini Snowy Owl Pattern
With this pattern, create a snowy owl tiny enough to fit on the end of your finger or to rest on a pencil! Wow a Harry Potter fan with their very own tiny Hedwig or stitch a set for the nature lovers you know. This pattern is a good starting point for those just getting into tiny amigurumi because of the relatively simple body shape. Why not give it a try?
Crochet Miniature Succulent Pattern
This tiny amigurumi pattern is perfect for those who love plants, or for adding a touch of nature to your miniature gardens and dollhouses. Give it as a gift to a friend or keep it on your desk or nightstand to bring a little happiness and green to your space! This intermediate pattern is suited to those who already have experience crocheting with thread.
12 Horoscope Crochet Doll Keychain
These horoscope amigurumi dolls are too cute! With a different costume for every star sign, you'll find yourself making one as a gift for every friend to show off. These would be a unique and special offering at craft fairs, too! Attach them to keychains, hang them from a car mirror, or leave them free to display anywhere!
Mini Corgi Amigurumi Crochet Pattern
Get ready to fall in love with this Mini Corgi Amigurumi Crochet Pattern! This adorable pattern is perfect for all Corgi fans (which, let's be real, should be everyone), and is sure to bring a smile to your face. This is an easy pattern, so beginners, start with this little round pup!
Miniature Angel Amigurumi Pattern
If you're an advanced crocheter looking for a challenge that will yield a beautiful result, look no further! This tiny angel is simply gorgeous, and ideal for so many applications. Christmas ornaments, holiday displays, gifts for occasions like baptism or First Communion, the possibilities are endless!
Amigurumi Unicorn Crochet Doll Pattern
Your little unicorn lover will go crazy for this precious doll! Little girls will love adding these sweet dolls to their dollhouses or fairy gardens, or maybe you'll use them for decor in a child's room or nursery. Would make a memorable and beloved birthday gift!
Tiny Mermaid Doll Amigurumi Pattern
Bring a touch of the ocean to your home with this adorable Tiny Mermaid Doll! With its cute and quirky design, it's sure to become a treasured addition to your collection. Children will love playing with these dolls or receiving them as a gift, and they'd make great ocean-themed decor, too!
Emma and Her Dollhouse Pattern
This unique and detailed pattern is just what you need to make a stunning handmade toy for any little boy or girl! The crocheted "Emma" doll is just over an inch tall, and on each page of her little house book, you'll find interactive activities such as a bed where you can put her to sleep, a bathtub she can fit inside, and more. This would make a wonderful toy for a car or airplane trip or for church.
Miniature Sleeping Baby Pattern
Perfect for dollhouses, nativities, or other miniature displays, this crochet sleeping baby is just the pattern you need to add to your tiny amigurumi collection. With step-by-step instructions, this pattern is suitable for crocheters with intermediate skills
Tiny Bunny Crochet Pattern
Bring a little bit of Easter cheer into your home with this adorable Tiny Bunny Crochet Pattern! This mini bunny amigurumi is the perfect project for crocheters with intermediate skills looking to add some cuteness to their collection. These mini bunnies make great gifts for friends and family and perfect Easter decor and are sure to bring a smile to anyone's face.
Kawaii Coffee Keyring Cup Pattern
Bring a little pick-me-up wherever you go with this Kawaii Coffee Keyring Takeaway Cup pattern! This charming micro amigurumi is the perfect accessory for coffee lovers- put it on your keys, or bag, or make one up as a gift for a coffee-loving friend. These would make great teacher's gifts or craft fair items, too!
Tiny Crochet Yellow Octopus
Bring some oceanic fun to your day with this Tiny Crochet Yellow Octopus Amigurumi pattern! This cute and quirky micro amigurumi is perfect for intermediate crocheters looking to add a touch of fun to their collection. Use it as a keychain, add it to a backpack, or gift it to an ocean lover. This amigurumi is sure to be a hit!
Amigurumi Turtle Crochet Pattern
Tiny enough to sit on your finger, this amigurumi turtle is sure to bring a smile to anyone's face. Put it on a keychain or backpack, add it to a miniature display, or incorporate it into your beach-themed decor. This is an easy pattern, suited for crocheters who know basic stitches.
Micro Crochet Skull Earring Pattern
Make a statement with these Micro Crochet Skull Earrings! This unique and edgy pattern is perfect for intermediate crocheters looking to express themselves through their handmade accessories. These earrings are the perfect accessory to add some character to any outfit and are sure to turn heads.
Crochet Amigurumi Micro Ant Pattern
This ant is so cute, you won't mind having him in your home one bit! Perfect for insect lovers, nature fanatics, and anyone who loves tiny and detailed work.
7 thoughts on “22 Free and Paid Tiny Amigurumi Patterns: Give Them a Try!”
Oh my gosh – that is absolutely amazing! I love miniatures and I will definitely check these out! :-)
Where did you find the Smurf picture ? Is there a pattern ??
Love the art
So cool is there a sloth in cage pattern? Cause it is sooo cute
Unfortunately I don’t think the artist shares patterns. Love what she does though!
Great selection of miniature crochet animals. I love them all. Thank you for sharing with us.