Tiny bee crochet toy free pattern

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In this blog post, I share this little bee, with a complete video tutorial and suitable for amigurumi beginners. And is super fast to crochet!

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Tiny bumblebee free amigurumi pattern

Materials:

  • 2mm crochet hook 
  • I used 4ply cotton yarn colors yellow and brown. But you can use any yarn of your preference!
  • Black thread for embroidering the eyes. 
  • Stuffing material
  • Scissors
  • Sewing needle.
  • Or, you can use safety eyes! The position is at the end of this post.

Finish size: 9cm

For a low cost, ad-free and printable pattern, you can find it in Ravelry here!

Or, if you prefer purchasing on Etsy, you can find it here!

HEAD and BODY

With yellow yarn start,

1 row              6sc in a magic ring
2 row              6inc Total 12sts
3 row              (1sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 18sts
4 row              (2sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 24sts
5 row              (3sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 30sts
6 row              (4sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 36sts
7 to 11 row     36sc
12 row            (4sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 30sts
13 row            (3sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 24sts
14 row            (2sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 18sts
15 row            (1sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 12sts

• Change to brown color yarn and do not fasten off the yellow color.

16 row 12BLsl

For the next row, you will work in the remaining front loop of row 15. This will make row 16 to be facing inside the bee.

17 row              FL(1sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 18sts
18 row              (2sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 24sts

• Change to yellow yarn

19 and 20 row 24sc

• Change to brown yarn

21 and 22 row 24sc

• Change back to yellow

23 and 24 row 24sc

• Change back to brown and fasten off the yellow yarn.

25 row             (2sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 18sts
26 row             (1sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 12sts
27 row              12sc
28 row              6dec Total 6sts
29 row              6sc.

• Cut the yarn and fasten off

ANTENNAS

With yellow color start,

1 row        6sc in a magic ring
2 row        6inc Total 12sts
3 row        12sc
4 row        6dec Total 6sts

• Change to brown yarn

5 to 8 row 6sc

• Cut the yarn, fasten off and leave a tail for sewing.

• Make another one.

WINGS

With white yarn start,

1 row        6sc in a magic ring
2 row        6inc Total 12sts
3 to 8 row 12sc

• Cut the yarn and fasten off. Leave a tail for sewing.

• Make another one following the same instructions.

ASSEMBLY

  1. Use pins to fasten the antennas on the bee’s head.
  2. Start sewing the antenna in between rows 4 and 5.
  3. Then, sew the wings in the backside of the bee starting from the second brown row and going down with a length of 7 rows.
  4. Embroider the eyes in row 7 leaving 3 stitches between them.
Congratulations!!!

Your tiny bumblebee amigurumi is ready!

I hope you enjoy this pattern, and if you have any questions or comments in general, leave them in the comment box below.

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See you next time!

Love,

Ana

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