Winnie the pooh and friends amigurumi

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 What would childhood be without this hungry, silly bear and his friends? Winnie the Pooh crochet pattern should be your next project to make!

Indeed, I can’t think of any child whose life wasn’t made better by Winnie and his insatiable appetite for “hunny” that’s why Winnie the Pooh crochet pattern should be your next project to make. Therefore, without further ado, here are some free crochet patterns to fill up your own Hundred acre wood with Winnie, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit and Eeyore.

These are wonderful softies for your kids to play with as you are reading the books to your kids. Truly, I can’t think of anything better than reading Winnie the Pooh to my kids, as they are playing with some home made characters from the book. Here they are: Winnie the Pooh and his friends. 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.

Winnie the Pooh Free Crochet Pattern

Can’t you just see this chubby little feller getting stuck in Rabbit’s door? Surely, you can and more. Your children will play out his many adventures.

Winnie the pooh crochet pattern free

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Winnie the Pooh


Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Crocheting is what Tiggers like best! Consequently, you simply have to make this children’s favorite softie for your kids.


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Piglet the Pig

A-a-a-a-a-a-nd, wwwwwe ca-ca-ca-n’t forg-g-g-g-et Piglet, can we? Of course not. To that end, here is the scaredy, but sweet, little porcine.

Piglet the Pig friend of Winnie the Pooh Crochet Pattern

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Piglet the Pig


Build and protect your stash of “hunny” with this amazing gardener.


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Eeyore Free Crochet Pattern

Eeyore! We all know Eeyore is a pessimist, but here is a happy, dozy Eeyore enjoying the company of a butterfly. Indisputably, he looks wonderful with his tail on.


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What yarn to use for amigurumi?

Amigurumi designers most often use cotton yarn, because it keeps the shape and doesn’t stretch much. If you want to achieve additional effects, however, such as fur of fluff, you need to use other kinds of yarn. Mohair will create a little bit of fluff, while novelty yarns will give you the effect of a truly furry toy.

Will I be able to make Winnie the Pooh crochet pattern as a beginner crocheter?

Amigurumi patterns presented in these free patterns are quite easy to make and are a great choice for beginners! They require attention to detail, however, and some patience with finishing. Sewing the parts together, embroidery, or adding plastic eyes can be a challenge for total beginners.

Winnie the Pooh and friends toys?

I bet every kid knows Winnie the Pooh and his friends! Why buy toys in a shop when you can make your own, right? Gifting these toys to kids is an obvious choice, but maybe you know an adult who would love them as well?

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  1. jeanie r baker says:

    Is there any way to get a manga and roo?????

  2. jeanie r baker says:

    Sorry meant kanga

  3. The sweater for Winnie makes no sense. I need to finish before Saturday as it’s a gift for a baby shower. Could someone check the pattern and give me some ideas on how it’s supposed to work?

  4. Joanna Carroll says:

    If you do each one, at they the same size? Like are they all going to be in the same length and width?

    1. I’ve made eyeore and Pooh. They are definitely not the same size. Pooh is huge compared to eyeore

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