Cute Amigurumi Pigs

Cute Amigurumi Pigs

Amigurumi toys really are one of the best gift ideas out there! They are not only super cute, but will also be really appreciated no matter the kiddo age. What’s more they are just timeless and look greaton a desk, drawer, or any place in the house.

In other words, they will be a fantastic gift idea for any occasion, from Easter, Christening, Christmas, birthdays – you name it! And the best part is, that most of these projects are perfectly suitable for beginners, and even if the required skill level is a little bit higher, little patience and some practicing will come a long way and help you finish the project you like. Take a look at examples below to check the current trends and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.



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Mini Amigurumi Pig

This is a special occasion to crochet your own mini amigurumi sweet pig or you could say piglet. The hook recommended is 7 inches tall what helps you work fast and easy.

  • DESIGNED by: Grace and Yarn
  • PROJECT TYPE: amigurumi 
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

Cute Pigs Amigurumi FREE

 

The full article and the pattern are here

Sweet Pig Amigurumi 

The second idea to make a beautiful and cute little creature is this project translated by Amigurumi Toys. Looks very similar to Pepa Pig beloved children cartoon creature.

  • DESIGNED by: Di Di-Thu Bung Muc Len
  • PROJECT TYPE: amigurumi 
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

The full article and the pattern are here

Paisley the Pig

How adorable is Paisley, the pig? She just oves to roll around in the mud and pig out on her favorite snacks. Make sure you bring your own food, because she hogs it all! You can make it as a little gift for your kiddos, but remember to replace plastic elements for embroidery when gifting it to smaller kids.

  • DESIGNED by: Jess Huff
  • PROJECT TYPE: amigurumi 
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

Paisley the Pig

photo by Jess Huff / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on jesshuff.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Piggie Smalls

Piggie in the pictures below is just cuteness overload and you’ll love how adorable she is! It’s a fun and adorable crochet pig toy that is designed to minimize sewing/seaming. What’s more, the egs, body and head of this crochet pig pattern are all crocheted in one piece.

  • DESIGNED by: Ashley Parker
  • PROJECT TYPE: amigurumi 
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

Piggie Smalls

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photo by Ashley Parker / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on theloopylamb.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Baby Pig Toy

This cute little toy is made with chunky, fluffy, and really soft yarn, that is velvety in touch. It’s the cuddliest little fellow, that can be a best friend for the kiddo you’re going to gift it to! It has a timeless, vintage vibe to it, so you can be pretty sure it will be a toy for years to come!

  • DESIGNED by: Megan Shaimes
  • PROJECT TYPE: amigurumi 
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

Baby Pig Toy

photo by Megan Shaimes / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on megwithlove.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

The Little Pig

How sweet is this little crochet pig in the pictures below? It will be the best little gift for a kiddo or for your friends and family! It’s made for all of you who knows the basics of crochet and want to practice a bit more. It’s just adorable!

  • DESIGNED by: Hain Chan
  • PROJECT TYPE: amigurumi 
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

The Little Pig

photo by Hain Chan / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on hainchan.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Birthday Pig

Wish someone a happy birthday with this cute amigurumi Birthday Piglet. This super fun pattern gives instructions on how to make the piglet itself, as well as a birthday cupcake and gift box. Accompanying accessories are as adorable as the little piggy itself. Put the party hat on the piglet and on guests to celebrate the joyful occasion.

  • DESIGNED by Elisa’s Crochet
  • PROJECT TYPE amigurumi 
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Photos by Elisa’s Crochet / elisascrochet.com

Find original free pattern on elisascrochet.com.

Pig Squish

Who never wanted to squish and cuddle a cute pig? Who even had such an adorable opportunity in life? If you are in the unlucky group, make this delightful dream come true. With the Pig Squish crochet pattern you are able to handcraft your very own little hugs pig. The finished project can be used as a soft pillow, nighttime toy or kids room decoration. There is more than one reason to crochet the pig!

  • DESIGNED by Moogly
  • PROJECT TYPE amigurumi 
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Photos by Moogly / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on mooglyblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Apricot the Pig

Apricot is a sweet name for a sweet little crochet piggy, but also one of her favorite colors that is also used in the color blocking of this amigurumi. Cara Engwerda, pattern designer, describes her as one to skip and roll around in the sun, but we bet she would also be happy to snuggle on the sofa or be a bedtime hugsy. 

  • DESIGNED by Cara Engwerda
  • PROJECT TYPE amigurumi pig
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Photos by Cara Engwerda / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on blog.hobiumyarns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Sir Piggleton

This is one properly sized hugsy pig that will be happy to make your home his own. Sir Piggleton was created by CatKnit and it is worth all the praises. This pattern is not only a cute one, but also very fun to make. Those adorable flap ears, these cute round eyes and these much unexpected perky bottoms. All of that, along with some soft filling, creates such a whimsical amigurumi character.

  • DESIGNED by CatKnit
  • PROJECT TYPE amigurumi pig
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Photos by CatKnit / instagram.com

Find original free pattern on Instagram, or read more about it here.

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