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Bean Sprout Doll · Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Aren't bean sprout dolls the cutest? Now you can make your own little humanoid seedling using this quick, easy, and no-sew pattern!  


The Bean Sprout Doll is a no-sew amigurumi pattern that features a chibi body with stubby arms and legs, and a green leaf sprout with two little leaves growing from its head.  

It can easily be adapted by using different colors to make a Daikon doll or Mokoko Seeds from Lost Ark as well. 

About the Pattern

  • No-sew
  • Easy
  • Fast
  • Style: whimsical, kawaii, chibi, anime

Recommended Yarn

This doll can be crocheted with different yarn weights and fibers to create different looks!  I crocheted this design using a polyester yarn (Hobbii Honey Bunny yarn) that creates a chenille and velvet look. This doll turned out to be fluffy, plush, squishy, and super soft!

If you'd like to make a smaller, "mini" version of this pattern, the same instructions can be used with medium weight #4 yarn paired with a smaller crochet hook, such as 2.75mm. You can turn it into the cutest keychain ever! Here are my medium weight yarn recommendations:


  • Plush toy for children to play with
  • Portable “pocket pal” toy for kids as a therapy aid or fidget
  • Selling at craft fairs, markets, or boutiques
  • For charity or random acts of kindness 
  • Birthday gift or holiday gift
  • Christmas stocking stuffer

PDF Pattern

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