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Pocket Plush Collection · 12 Mini Amigurumi Animal Patterns

I recently started a series of 12 mini amigurumi animals, all with the following features:

  • Pointy snouts
  • No-sew ears attached to the head
  • Clever color changes in the face (and/or other body parts) to add detail without crocheting extra parts to sew
  • Chubby little bodies and limbs 

These adorable amigurumi dolls are great for selling at craft fairs, as last-minute birthday, Christmas, or holiday gifts, or as pretend play toys. They're quite fast to work up, and while they require sewing of the limbs and head to the body, it's quick and easy work! Nothing complex at all. They also require very little yarn so you can make a lot of stuffed plushies with only a few different colored skeins. 

Pattern eBook Bundle

Want the printable PDF patterns bundled together? The Pocket Plush Bundle is sold together at a discounted price in my Payhip store (almost 45% off)!  They are also available in my Etsy shop for a higher fee.

Each pattern includes a lot of photo references for you to follow along easily.

Yarn Used

These amigurumis are designed with super bulky chenille velvet or blanket yarn.  I used Hobbii's Honey Bunny Yarn, which is perfect for a soft and cuddly little toy. You can also try out other types of fibers, such as blanket yarn, polyester, chenille, acrylic, wool, cotton and more.

Since these plushes are about 4 inches (10 cm) tall, they make great keychains too! If you want to crochet them even smaller, use thinner yarns and a smaller hook. 

Free Pattern Roundups

Are you interested in checking out free patterns instead? Below are pattern roundups of ONLY free patterns! 
Ready to take a look at all the members in the Pocket Plushes collection?  Scroll on down!

Pocket Plushes Collection

Click on the title or picture to navigate to the pattern page. Happy crocheting!

1. Pocket Sloth

9. Pocket Chipmunk

10. Pocket Monkey

11. Pocket Bat

12. Pocket Lion

Want to get all the patterns instantly in one convenient and discounted download for almost 45% off? You can grab the bundle from my Payhip store (cheaper!), or from my Etsy shop!

Hope you will enjoy these patterns!  If you'd like to show your appreciation, I invite you to check out 5 Ways to Support my Blog.  Thank you so much for helping me keep this site running with free patterns!  

Warm wishes,