Ami Bat Free Crochet Patterns

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Bats, they’re not just for Halloween, they’re forever.

But Halloween is just around the corner as well! Here is a collection of little amigurumi bat free crochet patterns. While it is still early, wouldn’t it be great to get a jump on Halloween with some creepy-crawiles?

Because of their simple shapes, bats are easy to make and accessorize. In addition, they are also simply fun to make, and could be projects you could work up jointly with your kids. Why not experiment with some bats, and consequently build an unconventional ami collection.

A link to the free patterns is below the photos. The links to free patterns are under the photos.

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Halloween Bat

Have you ever though of making a bat form a pom-pom? Jen from Jen Hayes Creations has done it. this is an outstanding pattern for a Halloween amigurumi bat. This pattern will give you a broad canvas for your own personalization.

Halloween Bat

The original pattern and the photos are available jenhayescreations.com :

Halloween Bat

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Canine The Bat

As we all know, some bats are called flying foxes and are quite dog-like. Thus, Canine is a nice and sweet Halloween bat. Therefore, it will be a perfect  toy fo younger children.

canine the bat scaled

The original pattern and the photos are available on Instagram:

Canine The Bat

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Draculon the Bat

Have you heard about Yarnhild and her awesome Halloween CAL? This lovely amigurumi bat pattern is the second part of the whole event. The ghosts have already been released as well! We recommend you take a look at the designer’s website ASAP! You will feel all the information you need there.

Draculon the Bat

The original pattern and the photos are available on Yarnhild here:

Bat Draculon

More info on Ravelry here.

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Spooky Batty Bat

It’s Halloween, boo! These scarily cute bats by Crafty Bunny Bun are a perfect way to show your “esprit de corps” this season. These easy and fun little bats are so quick to make, you can fill up your Halloween pumpkin with them in no time. As an alternative, you could use them as party loot bag stuffers. In all, they’re great and loads of fun to both make and have.

Spooky Batty Bat

The original pattern and the photos are available on Crafty Bunny Bun here:

Spooky Batty Bat

More info on Ravelry here.

Little Bat Amigurumi Pattern

The Litle Bat pattern is an ultra-cute little chauve souris with a lovely little bow and huge soulful eyes. Indeed, this will be one very unique and most adored little bat. Can you say: loot bag favor?

Skills: Easy   Designer : Adriana Gori

Little Bat

The full article about this pattern is here:

Little Bat

More info also here.

Volumetric Halloween Bat Toy

This cute little amigurumi bat is not scary at all, so it is a great pattern, if you have small children around the house. It has 3″, so it will be perfect as a Halloween accent on the side table or a door wreath.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Irene Esaulova

Bat Toy AMigurumi

The full article about this pattern is here:

Volumetric Halloween Bat Toy

Sir Batwington the Brave Bat

This cute little amigurumi bat aristocrat is a great example of an amigurumi decoration worthy of making all year. Not only is it a wonderful idea for a decoration for any event, it’s also a toy that’s cute and cuddly. Great for the little ones!

Designer: Sweet Softies

Ami Bat Toy Decor

The full article about this pattern is here:

Sir Batwington the Brave Bat

Batty Batty Bats

Sorry, a free pattern for this amigurumi bat is not longer available.

The original pattern and the photos are available on Furls Crochet:

Batty Batty Bats

More info about project photographed on Ravelry.

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