Springtime means welcoming back our friends, the bees! They’re our friends in the garden and our friends in crafting because they make such adorable subjects and inspiration for projects! Check out these great bee patterns that I found for you to make!
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This sweet bee hive pin cushion knitting pattern would make an adorable addition to my yellow craft room! I should totally make one of these!
Another one for the knitters (I feel like I’m leaving the knitters out a lot here; y’all ok? I’m going to try better to include a couple for ya). This Bee Hive House Tea Cosy pattern reminds me a bit of the tea cozy that I made last year. Full of whimsical fairy inspiration, this would be sure to delight any tea drinker!
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Of course, we’re always interested in an adorable amigurumi pattern, right? I love this little doll in a bumblebee outfit! Can I make my kids little again so I can make these things for them? So cute!
Back with one for the knitters. Check out this Fuzzy Bee Blanket knitting pattern. This would make the coziest little lovey blanket for a little one! Perfect baby shower gift!
Knitters, I am HERE. FOR. YOU. TODAY! Check out this incredible (and cheeky!) Bee-Otch mittens pattern. It’s still early spring when you could still stand a pair of mitts on when driving in the morning or walking in the evening. Or you could be all ready for the cooler fall weather if you work these up over the summer. Small projects like this are perfect for warmer weather! (Also, click through to see all the pictures of this pattern, because the front side is really fun!)
So many knitting patterns! Time to come back to some crochet! Here’s a lovely Bumble Bee Security Blanket crochet pattern that would make an adorable little lovey for a baby or toddler! Another great handmade baby shower gift idea! So sweet!
Another lovely bee crochet pattern for babies: this adorable Bees Crib Mobile! So many fun ideas with little bee patterns! Love this delightful mobile!
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For a fun and easy crochet amigurumi project, check out this darling Bumble Bee Crochet Pattern by Spin a Yarn Crochet. Her amigurumis have this distinctive 2-D design for simple and sweet little ragdolls! She has plenty of fun patterns in her shop!
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Here’s a fun stuffed bee pattern that is a little larger, a nice cuddle-size for a kid. Simple and adorable, this little bee would look great in my craft room! Burt the Bee is a very easy crochet pattern that is only 7 pages long and includes plenty of step-by-step photos to help the beginner crocheter along!
Pink Mouse Boutique has so many adorable mini amigurumi patterns that I absolutely adore, including this delightful Honey Bee in Crochet Beehive! I love that so many of her patterns result in interactive toys that you can take apart and play with!
If you’re up for a bigger crochet project, check out this super great Buzzing Beehive Crochet Blanket! As far as blanket projects go, this is a great one to work up in the warmer months, as it is worked up in hexagonal pieces and then joined together! This looks like such a fun project!
I hope you’ve found a bee pattern to your liking to get you inspired to knit up something bee-inspired! Pin this post for later!