10 Free Crochet Patterns for Ragdoll Amigurumi

Amigurumi crochet is a whole style of crochet that is so unique and fun!  You can make some of the cutest toys, stuffies and even decorative items using this technique.  Recently, an off-shoot of amigurumi has become popular: crochet ragdoll patterns.  This technique is still a great way to make toys, but it creates a sweet, two-dimensional effect while still making the snuggliest of stuffies for the kids.  Here I have collected 10 free crochet patterns for Ragdoll-Style Amigurumi that I love! 

Fast little projects can be so satisfying!  Don't get me wrong, I love the accomplishment of completing a big project, but every so often I want something that I can sit down, make and enjoy the very same day. Today I have gathered up an eclectic collection of fun, fast and free crochet patterns for you to make on the next rainy day you are stuck inside.

1. Baby and Me Bears by Left in Knots: When you think of a stuffed animal, there is nothing more classic than a teddy bear!  This duo is designed for new baby and big brother/sister to match.  A nice small project for trying out your ragdoll crochet skills.

2. Finn the Koala by Yarnhild: I know, I know.  Not a bear!  But this little Koala is just as cuddly and he looks like he wants to grab onto your finger.

3.  Ragdoll Fox by Spin a Yarn Crochet: Jillian over at Spin a Yarn Crochet is the queen of ragdoll patterns!  She has so many cute projects, and this fox is one of my favorites of hers.

4. Ragdoll Llama by Spin a Yarn Crochet: Have you noticed all the llama drama in the crafting world lately?  Yep, there's a crochet pattern for that!  I'll be honest, I never thought I would want to crochet a llama, but here I am loving it!  But seriously, check out all the free patterns from Spin a Yarn Crochet.  You won't be sorry!

5. Patriotic Popcicle Crochet Cuddle Buddy by Repeat Crafter Me: Not all ragdoll patterns need to be animals, this popcicle is the perfect summer buddy!

6. S'more Kawaii Cuddler by 3AM Grace Designs: And speaking of my favorite summer foods - this s'more!  Don't worry, it won't make a mess when you squeeze it ;)

7.  George the Goose by Megmade with Love: This gentleman comes adorned with his very own sweater and crocheted hat.  This goose looks like he just hopped out of a children's book!

8.  Bernat Duck Toy by Yarnspirations: This little duck is a classic take on a rubber duck, and it looks like another fast project if you want to get your feet wet with this type of crochet! *Pun absolutely intended*

9. Elephant Ragdoll by Crochetverse:  This squishy elephant pattern uses Bernat Blanket Yarn - I bet it works up in a flash!

10. Walrus Ragdoll by The Loopy Owl:  If you are looking for less main stream animals, this walrus would be a cute addition to your ragdoll pattern collection.  And it's a free Ravelry download!

I LOVE seeing your projects! Come share pictures of your work in my Left in Knots Crochet Community :)  If you are looking for more free patterns from me, you can find over 100 on Ravelry here!

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