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!
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!
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