Easter may be over, but Spring has just begun up here in the Northern Hemisphere! There is still plenty of time left to make adorable Springtime-inspired amigurumi dolls like bunnies, lambs, chicks, and butterflies. Out here in Nova Scotia, Spring is still in its infancy – it’s definitely getting warmer and we’ve had some nice sunny days, but it will be awhile yet until everything is green again.
What’s your favourite Springtime animal or image? I’m personally very partial to sheep and lambs, and not just because they provide us with wool. 😉 They’re just so cute and cuddly! And of course I love bunnies with their floppy ears, they are always a Springtime/Easter staple and accordingly the below list has quite a few different bunny patterns.
To celebrate the coming of Spring, I’ve rounded up a list of adorable Springtime-inspired amigurumi patterns to brighten up your day. Check out the designs below and make sure to visit the designers’ websites for information on how to access their patterns. Some of these patterns are free, some are paid, and some are a mixture of both (free with ads on their blog, and a premium paid PDF option).
First up, we have the first of several bunnies in this list – the lovely Cleo the Bunny, by Valentina from Sayen’s Crochet. Doesn’t she look beautiful in her green dress? Cleo loves spring and flowers, and she came to bring us some joy and freshness!
Cleo the Bunny is available for free on Sayen’s Crochet’s blog, or to purchase in her pattern shops. Click below for details!
Next is one of my personal favourites, because I just adore cute sheep and lambs – and I love how she included them standing on a little meadow! This pattern by Veronika from DioneDesign includes proud mum Sheep Wolli and her little Lamb Lucky on a spring meadow in bloom.
Sheep Wooli and Lamb Lucky is available to purchase on Amigurumi.com. Click below for details!
A couple of months ago I welcomed by first niece into the world – who else has added a new bundle of joy to their family this year? If so, this cute butterfly rattle by Shama and Kiran from Chai Coffee Crochet is perfect for you!
Ring in spring with Bella the Butterfly! Bella is a beginner-friendly pattern and makes for an adorable baby rattle or just a sweet amigurumi toy.
Bella the Butterfly Crochet Rattle is available for free on Chai Coffee Crochet’s blog, or to purchase from their Ravelry shop. Click below for details!
The second bunny on our list is Bunbun the Rabbit, an easy, free pattern by Julia from Little World of Whimsy. This quick & easy crochet bunny is sure to delight both you and your children, and is perfect for amigurumi beginners because of its simplicity.
Bunbun the Rabbit is available for free on the Little World of Whimsy blog, or to purchase from her Etsy shop. Click below for details!
I love this happy little bee with her sunhat and watering can. Betty the Gardening Bee was designed by Clotilde from Octopus Crochet and she is the perfect companion for Springtime.
Springtime has come, and Betty Bee is gardening! She is mindfully watering her precious flowers with love and good vibes for the future pollen collection. Gardening is believing in tomorrow. Bees are the hope for tomorrow’s world. A super joyful amigurumi pattern to make for Spring and Summer, accessible to beginners and to intermediate crochet lovers.
Betty the Gardening Bee is available for free on Octopus Crochet’s blog, or for purchase from her Etsy and Ravelry shops. Click below for details!
Betty the Gardening Bee above needs some flowers to water, so how about these cute Happy Sunflower Amigurumis by Julianne at Ink & Stitches? If you’re anything like me and you kill every plant you touch, this is the perfect way to brighten up your house with some flowers.
The Happy Sunflower Amigurumi pattern is available for free from Ink & Stitches’ Ravelry shop. Click below for details!
It’s time for bunny #3! Brook the Bunny by Caleb from Crafting at the Poole is super quick and simple to make, and the plush blanket yarn makes her oh-so-cuddly.
Brook the Bunny is a quick and easy Amigurumi pattern designed in Bernat Blanket Yarn. She lives in the Woods with all of her Woodland friends!
Brook the Bunny is available to purchase as a solo pattern or as part of Crafting at the Poole’s “Woodland Amigurumi eBook’. Click below for details!
It’s time for another cute lamb! I did mention they’re my favourite springtime/farmyard animal, right? And this one may just be the cutest of all, with his fluffy fur, down-turned ears, and little bell. Lambert the Lamb by Stephanie from All About Ami was designed for Chinese New Year, but he is a perfect gift for any time of the year!
Lambert the Chinese New Year Lamb is available for free on the All About Ami blog, or to purchase from her Etsy and LoveCrochet shops. Click below for details!
Celebrate Sakura (cherry blossom) season with this free Sakura Kimono doll pattern by Jade from Sweet Softies! Isn’t she pretty? This sweet doll wears a traditional Japanese dress with an obi sash and Sakura flowers in her hair.
The Sakura Kimono Doll Amigurumi Pattern is available for free on the Sweet Softies blog, or to purchase from her Etsy and Ravelry shops. Click below for details!
This amigurumi bunny is living the hoodie life! For our fourth bunny pattern we have Some Bunny in the Hood by Juli from Once Upon a Cheerio. The hood is removable, just like a real hood!
The Some Bunny in the Hood Amigurumi Pattern is available for free from the Once Upon a Cheerio blog, or to purchase from her Ravelry shop. Click below for details!
Next up, we have the Little Chick Amigurumi Pattern by Anitha from A Little Love Everyday. This cute chick amigurumi is fast and easy to make, so you can quickly create a mini army of chicks to celebrate Spring!
The Little Chick Amigurumi Pattern is available for free from A Little Love Everyday’s blog, or to purchase from her Etsy shop. Click below for details!
The Amigurumi Lamb Pattern is available for purchase on Anat Tzach’s website shop, Etsy, and Ravelry. Click below for details!
I know what you’re probably thinking – penguins in Spring? Yes, penguins are traditionally a winter animal that you would expect to see on a Christmas pattern list. But there’s just something about this cute penguin couple that says ‘Spring’ to me – maybe it’s the bright cheery colours, or maybe it’s simply the sense of ‘love in the air’ that Springtime brings. Either way, they’re pretty darned cute!
The Penguin Couple Amigurumi Pattern was designed by Jaine at Meow Amigurumi, and is available for free on her blog. Click below for details!
And finally, I had to throw my own pattern in here. 🙂 Bashful Bunny loves the warm breezes and budding flowers of Spring, and although he’s shy he is always happy to share his carrots with a friend.
The Bashful Bunny Amigurumi Pattern is available for purchase from my website shop, Etsy, or Ravelry. Click below for details!
I hope you enjoyed this pattern round-up, and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to comment below or email me. For specific questions about the individual patterns, please follow the above links to the designer pages and contact them directly.
And if you made your own Bashful Bunny I would love to see a picture on Instagram! Make sure to tag me so I don’t miss it, @waywardpineapplecreations. Likewise, if you make any of the other designs above I’m sure the designers would love to see your work. 🙂 Visit their pages for contact details!
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