Crochet strawberry patterns and amigurumi are so much fun to make! They’re cute, quick, and portable projects that can be whipped up in a short amount of time. Plus, they’re perfect for beginners.
In this post, we’ll share 10 of our favorite beginner-friendly crochet strawberry patterns. So whether you’re looking for a little project for yourself, or want to make a handmade gift, you’ll find the perfect pattern right here.
Crochet Splushies & Amigurumis
Want to try your hand at making cute crochet strawberries? You’re in the right place. In this article, we’ll tell you how to get started making crochet plushies and amigurumi, and share our favorite easy crochet strawberry patterns for beginners.
What is amigurumi?
Amigurumi is the Japanese art of crocheting or knitting yarn creatures. It comes from two Japanese words: “ami”, meaning “crocheted or knitted”, and “nuigurumi”, which means “stuffed doll”.
There’s a lot of variety when it comes to amigurumi – you can make your plushie as big or as small as you’d like.
Still, most amigurumi patterns you will find are for small creatures and fruits, like the strawberries.
Everyone seems to love these cute crochet splushies. Amigurumi projects make perfect gifts, especially for babies and kids.
Stitches and Techniques You’ll Need to Know
There are a few stitches and techniques that you’ll find in nearly every amigurumi pattern. Here are the most popular ones that you will see.
Many patterns use short single crochet stitches to keep the fabric tight and close. You don’t want any of that stuffing popping out of your squishy creature.
Increases and decreases
You’ll also need to know how to sc increase and sc decrease. You’ll use increases and decreases to create curves and volume in your amigurumi patterns.
Crocheting in spiral rounds
Most crochet amigurumi are made in spiral rounds, like our personal crochet strawberry pattern. That means you’ll be crocheting around and around in a circle. Make sure you have stitch markers on hand in order to keep track of your rounds!
One thing we will do with the strawberries, is connect the green leaf. You need to be comfortable with crochetin pieces together.
Best Yarn for Making Crochet Animals
Don’t have cotton? Not a problem. You can use worsted-weight acrylic or even bulky-weight chenille yarns to make crochet animals, too.
What Other Supplies Do You Need for strawberry splushies?
As with all crochet projects, amigurumi projects require yarn and a crochet hook. You’ll also want to have a yarn needle and scissors. Other tools that are often needed for amigurumi projects include:
- stitch markers
- embroidery thread (for details)
- polyester filling (stuffing)
- eyes in some cases
10 crochet strawberry patterns
1. Crochet Strawberry
We begin with this great crochet strawberry pattern that will have you done in 20 ,imutes or less. Made with bulky yarn and a 3.75mm crochet hppk. you are assured everything will remain intact.
Pattern by: Make Little Things
2. Crochet Strawberry Splushie
Crochet splushies anyone? I am in love with this crochet strawberry plush. Very fast to make, howeverf, they will be asking for a lot of stuffing, it might be cheaper for you to make one yourself than buying one that is made.
Pattern by: Heather
3. Fruit & Veggies Applique Free Pattern
If you are searching for a whole crochet fruits collection, then you want to check out wool patterns. They have a lot of fruit crochet patterns ranging from avocados to strawberries.
If you are looking for a crochet strawberry pattern that does not ask for stuffing, then this is the one!
Pattern by: Wool Patterns
4. 15 Minutes Crochet Strawberry Pattern
When we talk about simple crochet strawberries, we cannot leave out our very own strawberry design that takes under 30 minutes to make. You will love making this, and it is safe to call this a scrap yarn project!
Pattern By: SitnCrochet
5. Adorable Amigurumi Strawberry Free Crochet Pattern
Yet another easy and time saving strawberry crochet pattern. You could have a hole bowl of these fruit amigurumis by the end of the day.
Pattern By: Let’s Crochet
6. Beginner Friendly Crocheted Giant Strawberry
Considering the previous strawberry plush e saw, this is not much of a giant strawberry. However, bigger than a few others i have posted.
If you are loving the chocolate motif, then be sure to follow more on this crochet strawberry pattern.
Pattern by : Urbaki
7. Free Strawberry Crochet Pattern
I do not have much to say about this beautiful crochet strawberry pattern besides that is is just cute! But you really do not need me to tell you that.
What i am loving about these strawberry crochet pattern designs, is that they are coming in so many different shapes, colours and forms!
Your strawberry does not have to look exactly the same as the pattern designs, you can always go for a wild colour, and as you have seen in the previous pictures, they look cute all the same!
Without wasting much of your precious time:
Pattern Design By: Cilla Crochets
8. Strawberry Pocket Pal Crochet Pattern
As much as i tried to keep this article packed with free crochet patterns, i could not resist sharing this pocket pal strawberry crochet pattern. If you just head over to Etsy, you will find this crochet strawberry pattern for $2.83.
A great way to support crochet designers like myself is by purchasing their crochet pattern designs. It puts a big smile on out faces to know that someone out there is loving out crochet patterns.
Pattern Design By: Lau Loves Crochet
9. Strawberry Key-chain Crochet Pattern
In case you were wondering what a great way of using this crochet strawberry was, then it would look just perfect on a key chain.
It goes well on a bag zip for a child or adult, if you like.
Go wild and come out with a lot of creative ways to use this!
Pattern Design By; Mufficord!
10. Crochet Strawberry Tutorial
I cannot close without giving something for the visual learners like myself!
Without saying too much, catch the strawberry video tutorial on YouTube.
And just like that, you have your 10 Crochet Strawberry Patterns, most are free, a few are paid and one is a video tutorial that i am hoping comes with a free crochet pattern!
All in all, i hope i managed to give you a strawberry crochet pattern you loved and are thinking about making it!
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