Cute Tiny Mice Free Crochet Pattern

Cute Tiny Mice Crochet Patterns

These cute (ultra-cute??) amigurumi mice will certainly warm the hearts of any crochet animal fan. This are easy patterns that will enable you to quickly produce these lovely toys from yarn ends (they don’t require much yarn to make). Because of their size and quick work up, you can make them in quite large numbers, for example to populate a doll house or to make a mouse family playset. This is also a great way to get the little one crocheting. A link to each pattern is under a photo.

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Cute Tiny Mice Free Crochet Pattern

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Cute Tiny Mice Crochet Pattern

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18 comments

  1. 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.

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

    1. 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!

  3. 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

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