Do you love crocheting birds? Me too! There’s just so many wonderful birds to choose from and they come in so many beautiful colors. What’s not to love? I figured why not dedicate a whole pattern round up to them. These are 12 adorable amigurumi birds you need to see!
Have you tried using fuzzy or faux fur yarn for amigurumi? If not, you should definitely give it a try with Flikka Flamingo from Ashley of the Loopy Lamb. Fur yarn can be super tough to work with, but Ashley provides helpful video tips right inside the pattern for this adorable flamingo. Plus, if you're a superfan of amigurumi birds, Ashley has LOTS of cute bird patterns. Head over to the Loopy Lamb to check them out for free!
This Simple Amigurumi Penguin by Jen of Jen Hayes Creations is excellent for beginner crocheters! Amigurumi can be intimidating at first, but this adorable penguin is worked in easy flat pieces that are sewn together and stuffed. You can check out this pattern for free on her blog.
Owls come in all shapes and sizes and this little owl by Ling from Hooked on Patterns is just so adorably unique! Ling uses a really interesting combination of stitches to created the feather texture on her owl. I can just see a basket of these cuties captivating kids and adults alike at a craft fair. This owl pattern is available for free on the Hooked on Patterns blog!
If you're a fan of Christmas in July or simply want to get a headstart on winter makes, this Little Winter Penguin from Catie of Thoresby Cottage is perfect! Simple, quick and easy, this pattern is not only adorable, but sure to wow at Christmas craft shows. I'm tempted to make a whole bunch of these cuties in ALL the colors! You can check out this pattern for free on Caitie's blog!
Aren't baby birds adorable?! Chelsea from SeashellCrochet has created a truly adorable little bird that would be such a cute gift for a baby shower or even a summer craft fair! Check out this pattern now in her Etsy shop!
Onyx the Owl is such a blast to make and even though this is an advanced-beginner pattern, there's so many resources inside that it's suitable for beginners up for a challenge as well. Plus, it's a great project to practice color changing and felting! You can get this adorable owl pattern in all my shops: Etsy, Ravelry, Ribblr.
These awesome Bird Baskets by Sonya from Blackstone designs may not be typical amigurumi, but they're super fun and customizable. Plus, now you have a cute holder for your crochet hooks! Make one for yourself or a bunch for a craft show. Either way, you'll love this fun, quick and easy project. Check it out for free on Sonya's blog.
Who doesn't love 2 in 1 patterns? Amy-May from OfftheHookMamma has created an adorable, Ugly Duckling amigurumi that can double as a lovey! These are sure to be a great gift for a baby shower or even a kid's birthday. Head over to her Etsy shop to snag yourself a copy!
This Little Birdie Love pattern by Artefacts Crochet Design is just goregous! They fit in the palm of your hand and don't you think they would make an excellent anniversary or Valentine's gift? You can get this super cute pattern for free in their Ravelry shop!
What's better than a 2 in 1 pattern? How about a 4 in 1! Donna from BabyCrochetDesigns created a cute base bird pattern and then shows you how to easily customize it to be 4 different types of birds! And all this is available on her blog for free!
Kaila and Vanessa make up the team at Spring Into Fall and they've created a fasntastic little Owl Pillow pet pattern! This beginner-friendly pattern is so easy and adorable it'll be hard to stop at just one! Check out this pattern for free on the Spring Into Fall blog!
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I hope you liked this pattern round up! If you did, leave a comment below and let me know which adorable birdie is now on your ‘To Make’ list! Don’t forget to Pin your favorites and share with your bird-loving friends!