Baby Devil Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

by - September 16, 2023

Looking for something adorable to make for Halloween? Look no's the cutest mini ruler of Hell you’ll ever lay eyes on!  Since this baby overlord is so brand new to this world, you might just have to teach him a few of your favorite curse words. But don't fear -- he doesn't dream of becoming big and scary, or of torturing souls. He's a chill little guy who much prefers to snuggle into your palms.


The Baby Devil pattern has two little black horns, a set of pointy ears, and a spade-tipped tail. His chubby body gives it a “chibi” look, upping its cute factor. The head, body, and legs are all crocheted in one piece; no sewing required. 

Here's a look at the frontside...

And here's a look at the backside...

Customization & Gifting

Customization is easy with this pattern! You can use different types of yarn, such as super bulky chenille yarn for a plush look. Or, you can stick with a cotton yarn like I did for some nice stitch definition. 

Either way, this doll works up quickly and easily and makes a great Halloween doll or gift!  It's perfect for October craft fairs! 


If you crochet this doll with thin, fingering weight yarn like I did, you'll have a finished doll standing approximately 3.5 inches (9 cm) in height! What a little cutie! 


The level for this project is suitable for a familiar beginner or a familiar beginner or intermediate crocheter, as it involves familiarity with the stitches below, changing yarn colors, and attaching yarn.

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Love this design? 

You might also like some of my other Amigurumi patterns.  Simply click on the image below for the pattern, or check out my entire collection of free patterns here.


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Best wishes,

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