Two crocheted pigs standing in the grass.

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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

Hello there, lovely people! Guess what? We are starting our own crochet farm today! Do you want to join us? We are focusing on patterns for amigurumi pigs!

Do you have children who love handmade toys? Do you like to surround yourself with cute figurines and lucky charms? Maybe you are a fan of pigs, the fascinating animals we are talking about today? Maybe you want to learn the noble art of amigurumi? Or maybe you were just passing by? Either way, welcome to our post about the most adorable crochet patterns for Cute Amigurumi Pigs! Are you ready to find your favorite? Without a doubt! Starting your own mini zoo full of crocheted toys will surely be such an exciting adventure. We promise you won’t stop after just one little piglet! They are so addictive. The links to the free patterns are under the photo.

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Amigurumi Pigs

A pattern for these cute pigs you can get free thanks to Mumigurumi Instagram. A link to the pattern you will find below a photo. To get to the pattern, just scroll the photos at the Instagram.

Amigurumi PigsThe original pattern and the photos are available on Instagram:

Amigurumi Pig

Piggy Amigurumi – Princess P

How adorable is this little lady? Absolutely precious! So cute! The genius author behind Craft Passion is known for beautiful patterns like this one. You can’t go wrong with these instructions, trust us! Well then, are you ready to invite Princess P to your house?

Amigurumi Pig

The original pattern and the photos are available on Craft Passion here:

Piggy Amigurumi – Princess P

Nobu the pocket piglet

The cute roundness of this piglet is melting our hearts! Every fan of crocheting toys and figurines should visit amiguruMei’s website at least twice a day, undoubtedly. We surely got surprised once again! What color will you choose for your first piglet?

Mini Amigurumi Pig

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

Nobu the Pocket Piglet

Mini Pig Amigurumi

In the world of amigurumi, sometimes the smaller the better. Do you find it hard to believe? Think about all the adorable miniature keychains and lucky charms you can make! Now take a look at this amigurumi pig by Jonas Matthies. It all makes so much sense now, doesn’t it? Obviously!

Mini Pig Amigurumi

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

Mini Pig Amigurumi

More info on Ravelry here.

Piggy in Love

In the amigurumi land, love is in the year all year round, no matter the season! This beautiful couple proves that, without a doubt. If you are passionate about the art of making crochet toys, this pattern by Aquariwool will surely make your heart beat faster. It’s evidently worth every penny!

Amigurumi Pigs

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

Piggy in Love

Mini Pigs

Who doesn’t love a cute-as-heck piglet? Very few of us! These little porcine are just SOOOO adorable. While “piggy pink” is the color traditionally associated with artistic swine, as you can see in the photos below, you can play around with hues. You will have just as much diversity amongst your amigurumi pigs as there is in real life, or more. Purple and green? No problem! And the best part is that these little cuties are easy to make, so you can have your own herd in no time.

Crochet Mini PigsThe original pattern and the photos are available on Furls Crochet here:

Mini Pigs

Apricot the Pig

This sweet two-legged pig will be easy peasy to make as her head and body is made in one piece and only the ears and arms need to be done separately.

Apricot the Pig

The original pattern and the photos are available on hobiumyarns.com here:

Apricot the Pig



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2 Comments

  1. How do I get part 2 (legs) for the Mini pig pattern

  2. Sally A Munson says:

    Where is part 2 of the mini pig pattern

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