17 Unbelievably Cute Toy Knitting Patterns

17 Unbelievably Cute Toy Knitting Patterns

Do you love to knit? Are you looking to knit a toy that’s relatively simple and yet has a big personality? Look no further than this collection of toy knitting patterns.

All kids love toys, especially when they’re cute and cuddly. We found bunnies, bears, chickens, zebras and even it lazy sloth that is beyond adorable.

We’ve scoured the internet and found 17 cute toy knitting patterns that are too adorable not to make. These handmade knit toys are sure to put a smile on any little girl or boy’s face.

Bunny No.1

It doesn’t get much more adorable than this classic knit bunny toy.  The neutral look and design are perfect for embellishing with custom accessories.

Via Ravelry

Rosy Pony Pattern

Giddy up partner and prepare for a whole bunch of cuteness with this sweet knit pony pattern.

Via Lion Brand

Unicorn Toy Knitting Pattern

Meet Topaz the Unicorn! It can be made using oddments of DK from your stash. There’s also a pattern for cute unicorn bootees too!

Via Let’s Knit

Knit Zebra Toy Pattern

This is no teddy bear! This is a Baby Knit Zebra toy, featuring sweet stripes, a shaggy mane, and perky ears.

Via Yarnspirations

Esther, Ernie & Enid the Chickens

This cute design is knitted mostly in stocking stitch, a perfect Easter knit gift for little ones. This knitting pattern is for the intermediate knitter.

Via Ravelry

Knit Hedgehogs

These guys are seriously fun to knit with not one lick of sewing or even grafting! So, if you’d like to populate your world with adorable little Knit Hedgehogs, get knitting!

Via Purl Soho

Little Lion Sock Critter Knitting Pattern

This little knit lion is perfect for any child to snuggle and play with! It would make a perfect baby shower, birthday, or just because gift!

Via Lion Brand

Otso the Bear

This delightfully versatile knit bear pattern can be knit either flat or in the round.

Via Loop Knit Lounge

Rabbit and Bear Knitting Pattern

Not only is this a knitting pattern for a toy rabbit and bear, it also comes with patterns for their clothes too!

Via By Small Means

Knit Dinosaur Pattern

Knit this adorable dinosaur using a soft, washable, wool cotton yarn, making it both tough and cuddly. As with all toys, make sure the polyfill you select is also washable.

Via Canadian Living

Luke the Sloth Knitting Pattern

A lover of lazy days and long naps, our quirky clawed pal is after a simple life. He’s incredibly soft to cuddle and loves hanging around. Luke is relatively simple to knit as he uses only basic knitting stitches and a little shaping, and he’s knitted flat so he’s a great toy project for beginners.

Via Let’s Knit

Zoe Bunny Knitting Pattern

Zoe the bunny is the perfect cozy bedtime companion and makes the perfect gift, especially at Easter.

Via Yarnspirations

Baby Octopus Knitting Pattern

You may never have felt the desire to hug an actual octopus, but a stuffed one has a distinct appeal: eight embracing arms! With such magnanimity, a Knit Octopus makes a pretty sweet companion!

Via Purl Soho

Fuzzy Knit Lamb

Here’s a great beginner project if you want to try knitting toys. This little knit lamb is bound to be a hit.

Via Ravelry

Pippy Knit Bear

Snuggly, cuddly knit teddy bear perfect for the newest baby in your life.

Via Yarnspirations

Polar Express Bear

Complete with a scarf and shiny silver fish, Klaus is a brilliant make for the winter season. When standing upright he’s impressively tall and is knitted in stocking stitch, which gives a smooth finish.

Via Let’s Knit

Juicy Fruit Knit Toy

The basic shape and design of the bunnies is very simple and doesn’t require any difficult knitting construction techniques. Beginner knitters can make strawberry and pineapple hats.

Via Petite Purls

We hope you’ve found a pattern to knit a toy that someone can cherish forever.

We've scoured the internet and found 17 unbelievably cute toy knitting patterns. These handmade knit toys are sure to put a smile on any little girl or boy's face.

1 Response
  • annamaria
    December 9, 2017

    Chiedo cortesemente un video tutorial della tecnica delle 4 zampine in amigurumi senza cuciture, in un unico pezzo in crochet. Grazie

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