22 Free and Paid Tiny Amigurumi Patterns: Give Them a Try!

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.

Kelsey Mlnarik

Kelsey has been a crafter since childhood and enjoys crochet, sewing, and any craft she can make with her children. She loves learning new techniques and sharing what she learns along the way. Kelsey someday hopes to be someone's crafty grandmother, crocheting afghans and drinking entire pots of coffee.

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