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Pocket Bat · Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

I recently started a collection of mini amigurumi dolls, called the Pocket Plushes! They are all mini animal amigurumi dolls that are quick, easy, and oh-so-cute. Today, I'm welcoming its newest member...the Pocket Bat!


This adorable Baby Bat is a cute mini doll that can be worked up quickly and easily. It's a pocket-sized stuffed animal that can fit into your palm. Isn't it adorable with its wings folded up?

Oh, and guess what -- there's minimal sewing! The ears are crocheted directly onto the head, and the feet are crocheted onto the body. 

Yarn Used

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

To make a smaller, keychain-sized version, try using thinner yarns with a smaller hook!

Use & Gifting

This little toy is great for craft fairs, markets, or kids party favors. It’s a unisex and gender neutral stuffie that will appeal to boys, girls, children, adults, and everyone in between! It’s a great last-minute birthday and holiday gift... and perfect for Halloween! 

Want the pattern?

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You can get the PDF pattern from my shopRavelry or Etsy.

Want the entire Pocket Plush Collection?

There are lots more Pocket Plushes to make! Check out my Pocket Plush Collection to view them all, and to get the discounted eBook bundle when it's out!

Love this design? 

Check out some other pocket-sized friends (free patterns) below!


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,