November has arrived and what feels like the first snowstorm of real winter has also hit today. There’s no better combination to inspire you to turn on some Christmas tunes and get to work on making some Christmas gifts for the lovelies in your life. My kids are almost out the stuffy-loving years, but just about anyone has a soft spot for a soft handmade toy. Check out these adorable patterns I’ve found for you today!
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There’s this sweet Lamb crochet pattern by Little Owlet Shop. I know a couple people who love little sheep, so this would suit them just great! I love the textured bobble stitch on the body!
I’ve loved this Deer Family Amigurumi Crochet Pattern from Sleepy Sheep Patterns since I first saw it last year. I have yet to make it, but can you say SO ADORABLE!?!?
This sad little Froozy the Snowman Pattern from Blue Coala would feel so much better if you’d pick up his pattern and make him happy by giving him to a loved
Doesn’t this Santa Amigurumi Crochet Pattern from Jasmine Toys look just like the Santa from the classic claymation Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer? That’s one of my favourite Christmas specials! This crochet pattern will definitely stir up some nostalgia in a wide range of loved ones!
UPDATE: This shop is on a short break right now, but here’s another cute Santa Amigurumi Pattern that is super close to this one.
If elves are more your thing, Merry the Christmas Elf crochet pattern by Tremendu would also make a lovely little holiday stuffed toy to crochet up! There’s just something magical about elves! And this pattern is just adorable!
If you’re looking for a girl-elf with more of an attitude Elf Doll Crochet Pattern from Venelopa TOYS is the perfect sassy-looking elf for the teen in your life
Amigurumi patterns also make fantastic Christmas decorations for the adults in your life! Check out this Crochet Pattern for Scandinavian Christmas Gnomes in 3 sizes from RoKiKi! Anyone would be pleased to receive a set of these to display!
I hope you found an adorable pattern to get working on for your gift giving crocheting! You still have time! Get to work and you’ll get it all done in time!
Grab some supplies!
If you need to find it later, here’s a pin for you to add to your Pinterest board. You can also check out my Pinterest Amigurumi Board and my Knit & Crochet Holidays Pinterest board.