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Small Amigurumi Bee Free crochet Pattern

    Small Amigurumi Bee Free crochet Pattern
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    Amigurumi Bee Pattern

    This adorable, Small Amigurumi Bee Free crochet Pattern is beginner friendly and works up super quickly. Bee’s are usually seen during the spring and summer seasons but these crochet toys can be loved all year round! The unisex plushie design is great for little boys or girls.

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    The small amigurumi bee squishy is great for beginners. Made using super bulky blanket yarn it works up really quickly using leftover scrap yarn! It’s ideal for last minute gifting or crocheting for your business. The little bee toy is designed for children, but swapping the plastic eyes for some tapestry eyes would make it suitable for babies too.

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    Supplies

    • Super Bulky / Super Chunky yarn
    • 8mm crochet hook
    • Scissors
    • Sewing needle
    • 12mm Safety eyes
    • Toy stuffing

    Yarn

    • Weight: Super bulky / Super chunky / #6
    • Brand: Marriner get cosy blanket yarn
    • A – Mustard: 10 yards
    • B – Black: 7 yards
    • C – White: 3 yards
    • Total: 20 yards

    Abbreviations

    USA Terminology (UK Translation)

    • ch – Chain
    • MR – Magic ring
    • R – Round/Row
    • sc – Single crochet
    • 2sc – 2 sc in 1 space (increase)
    • sc2tog – sc 2 together (decrease)
    • sl st – Slip stitch
    • st/sts – Stitch/Stitches

    Sizes & Gauge

    • 4” x 4” gauge swatch = 8 rows of 8 sc
    • Finished size – Width 3″ x Length 4.5″

    Pattern notes

    • Chains & finishing slip stitches are not included in stitch count.
    • Stitches separated with a comma are to be made in separate spaces. EG. “sc, 2sc” would mean “sc in first space, 2sc in next space”.
    • Change colour while completing the previous stitch. You do not need to carry the yarn around between colour changes. You can work ‘in the round’ by excluding finishing slip stitches and chains.
    • Use tapestry eyes only for babies or young children.

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    Bee Body


    Round 1
    • Start with mustard (A) yarn
    • sc x 8 in a magic ring
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    8 sts

    Round 2
    • 2sc x 8
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 3
    • sc x 16
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Face
    • Insert safety eyes on R2 – 4 sts Between them
    • With black (B) yarn, sew a mouth over R2, do not fasten off as you can use the black yarn for next round
    Round 4
    • Use black (B) yarn
    • sc x 16
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 5
    • Use mustard (A) yarn
    • sc x 16
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 6
    • Use black (B) yarn
    • sc x 16
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1
    • Fasten off black (B) yarn

    16 sts

    Round 7
    • Use mustard (A) yarn
    • sc x 16
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1

    16 sts

    Round 8
    • sc2tog x 8
    • sl st to first st & ch x 1
    • Fill with toy stuffing

    8 sts

    Round 9
    • sc2tog x 4
    • sl st to first st
    • Fasten off, sew hole & weave in ends

    4 sts

    Bee’s Wings


    Crochet 2 bee’s wings.

    Round 1
    • Use white (C) yarn
    • sc x 8 in a magic ring
    • sl st to first st & fasten off

    8 sts

    Assembly


    • Tie both wings together
    • sew into the top of your bee at R5
    • Weave in ends