Little Mouse Crochet Patterns

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What are we doing? We are making mouses!

Mice are a great topic for crocheting. Why, you may ask? In short, because amigurumi mice are so gosh darn cute and cuddly. Additionally, they are also quite small, and thus don’t require much in the way of yarn. Moreover, the projects are also easy to make and customize, so you could have a whole family of such critters, all done up in different styles. Have a look at these little mouse patterns, and see for yourself why you too like these little rodents.

Grey Mouse Toy

In the cutest mouse ever vein, here is an adorable little amigurumi rodent that will be a wonderful toy to make and play with. Overall, it’s an easy and fun project that makes a little mouse about 4″ long, tail included. Therefore, it’s also a great way to use up grey yarn ends (or other colors) and put a little fun in your crocheting, even as a diversion from other projects. Remember to crochet the eyes, if you want your littlest explorers to play with it.

SkillsEasy     DesignerJulia Korobeynikova

Grey Mouse Toy

The full article about this pattern is here:

Grey Mouse Toy

Crochet Little Mouse

This crochet little mouse is standing there, begging for a piece of cheese. Indeed, you can see it’s little face just going “C’mon, gimme the fromage!”

SkillsEasy     DesignerElisa’s Crochet

Little Mouse

The full article about this pattern is here:

Little Mouse

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One Comment

  1. Patsy Stanton says:

    so where is the little mouse pattern. 🙁

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