Small Amigurumi Bee – a free pattern
Well, this blogging break was longer than I imagined. Meanwhile, my baby is a little explorer, who loves to spread all the toys he owns. In his stuffed animal basket are two little amigurumi bees – a free crochet pattern I want to show you today.
Just in time for Bee season you’ll get this free crochet pattern. You always need a crocheted bee, don’t you? If it’s not used as a toy, it’s a nice decoration item in a bouquet. A witty reminder to be happy “Bee-Happy” for the best friend, a key-hanger or just a little lucky charm.
If you want to give the crochet bee to children, always remember to use Safety-Eyes or embroider the eyes.
As you can see, the Amigurumi bee consists of several parts: the head and the belly are stuffed with filling, the wings, arms and legs are crocheted flat. The sensors are just two pieces of yarn with a knot at each end. All in all, the small Amigurumi bee is a simple design you’ll crochet in no time.
You find the english pattern with crochet chart in this free PDF file: Small Amigurumi Bee
Do you want to know why some bees in Berlin are marked with a binary code? Take a look at the Biorobotics project: BeesBook.