Cute Tiny Mice Free Crochet Pattern
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When it comes to amigurumi, the possibilities are endless, and one of the most delightful things about it is that you can create cute little animals or dolls in all shapes and sizes. However, today, we are going to talk about the tiniest of creatures – baby mice.

Baby mice are undeniably adorable and can be made with just a small amount of yarn and some basic crochet skills. These tiny creatures make a perfect addition to a dollhouse, a nursery or even as a fun addition to your workspace.

To create these adorable creatures, you will need a few supplies, such as a Tunisian crochet hook set, double-ended Tunisian crochet hooks, and Denise interchangeable crochet hooks ranging in size from 3.5mm. These supplies will give you the flexibility to create different sizes of amigurumi, depending on your preference.

The gestation period of a mouse is around 20 days, and it takes only a few hours to create these tiny amigurumi mice. You can easily create a whole family of mice with some yarn and a lot of imagination.

There are several free amigurumi patterns available on the internet for creating these cute little creatures, ranging from beginner to advanced skill levels. You can also create your own unique amigurumi doll or animal by experimenting with different stitch patterns, colors, and yarn types.

If you’re looking for inspiration, the Babymouse series by Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm is a great place to start. These popular graphic novels feature a female mouse named Babymouse, who loves adventure and fun.

Another option for creating these tiny creatures is to use mini amigurumi patterns, which are specially designed for small-sized dolls and animals. These patterns can be created using a variety of crochet hooks, including Tunisian crochet hooks and double-ended Tunisian crochet hooks.

When creating your own amigurumi dolls or animals, it’s important to select the right hook size for your project. If your hook is too small, your project may turn out too tight and difficult to work with, while a hook that is too big can result in loose stitches and an ill-fitting finished product.

In addition to crochet hooks, you will also need other supplies such as stitch markers, tapestry needles, and safety eyes. These supplies will help you to create a professional-looking finished product.

Finally, if you’re new to Tunisian crochet, it’s important to start with easy Tunisian crochet projects. Tunisian crochet is a unique style of crochet that requires a slightly different technique than traditional crochet. However, with practice and patience, you can master this technique and create beautiful Tunisian crochet projects.

In conclusion, creating tiny amigurumi mice can be a fun and rewarding project for crocheters of all skill levels. With the right supplies, inspiration, and a little bit of patience, you can create a delightful collection of these cute and cuddly creatures.

This is also a great way to practice crocheting details. If you are interested in other interesting crochet techniques, be sure to try tunisian crochet, but don’t forget to choose among the best tunisian crochet hooks.

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Little Mouse

Let’s begin with a pattern that will melt even the most resistant hearts. There is something so special to it, can you see it? A truly one of a kind project. It made all our jaws drop instantly and we have decided not to keep it from you for another second! The links to the patterns are under the photo. We have found a free and a paid version, check them out!
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Easy Peasy 20 min Catnip Mouse Toy

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Easy Peasy Catnip Mouse Toy Free Crochet Pattern

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Sleeping Baby Mouse

Oh heavens, isn’t this the most adorable amigurumi family the world has ever seen? We definitely think so! This baby mouse in the tiny blue crib is everything! If these two aren’t enough, add other members of the family yourself. Just make them wear adorable outfits! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

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Book Rat

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Little Miss Turtle

We are throwing in this lovely turtle family at the end of this post dominated by mice, just to keep things interesting. Are you surprised? Maybe. Are you in love with these amigurumi cuties already? For sure! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.Little Miss Turtle Free Crochet Pattern

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24 Comments

  1. Lana Catherine says:

    Trop mignon. Je mets de côté le patron.

  2. So adorable! Would love to get the pattern.

  3. These are absolutely beautiful. Thank you so much.

  4. Would love to make those adorable mice

    1. Tessa Cronje says:

      Yes, they are adorable.

  5. P Strauss says:

    They are so cute would love to make some for the little grandson on the way

  6. What did you use for the whiskers?

  7. Vanessa A Lumbra says:

    Please tell me what hook size and yarn (size and type) you used in making your mice. I think it matters if people want them to turn out like the ones you have pictured.

  8. wendy mcdonald says:

    What an awesome site,i have to learn how to crochet so I can make some of these beautiful designs .Many thanks

  9. trina fultz says:

    what size hook and yarn . and also what is a magic ring

    1. Karin Wolff says:

      Trina, I don’t know about the hook and yarn size but you can find a tutorial on YouTube on how to make a magic ring. I’ve used it several times!

  10. Does anyone know what type of yarn and crochet hook you use?

  11. What hook size and what type of yarn? It isn’t listed in the pattern.

  12. What size eyes to use for Mouse?

  13. I’ve tried making these and the pattern is not correct. The body is smaller than the head ?? Also there is no instructions where to place the eyes.
    Just my experience

    1. What yarn and hook did you use? Someone would like these, and I’d try to attempt them, but am too having trouble figuring out all the accessories and such

  14. Alice Bowles says:

    I cannot download the program. Please send me directions for your adorable mice to my email.

  15. Juanita Poole says:

    Where can I find the pattern for the little dresses on the mice.

  16. I am having a hard time understanding this pattern and I am not new at crocheting. Is there a tutorial?

  17. The pattern for the little mice is a joke….tried it and finally figured out what’s wrong…..the upper arms says to do 2 rows of white….look at the pic….there’s 5 rows of white….lower legs…..gives instructions for straight rounds…..look at the pic…the tops of the legs are shaped so they’ll fit on the body without spraddling….This pattern is not for those little mice…..am working now trying to make it workable and cute….my son wants mice for his kids

  18. Charlsie Payne says:

    I did so want to get this pattern to make the tiny mice for the NICU at the local hospital. I crochet lots of hats and have been donating them for some time but was looking for something different to make. I love these tiny mice, the nurses will love to give them to the babies.

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