Looking for the best FREE amigurumi Christmas patterns? These are the absolute holly-jolliest crocheted toy projects and the best part is that they are all FREE!
Christmas and amigurumi go together like Rudolph and mistletoe. And these FREE amigurumi Christmas patterns are sure to fill you with yuletide cheer.
FREE Amigurumi Christmas Patterns
Christmas sneaks up on me every year, but these Santa-approved patterns have me excited about making toys for the upcoming holiday season.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect Christmas tree pattern or a cuddly snowman, you’re sure to find a project or two to crochet for all those on your good list (and maybe even for someone on your naughty list, lol).
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The Itty Bitty Kitty Christmas Cat is one of the cutest FREE amigurumi Christmas patterns I’ve ever seen.
This festive feline whips up super quick and is a great stash busting project as well.
I used Berroco Vintage, a worsted weight yarn, for my Itty Bitty Kitty. I have quite a bit of it in my stash and it just happens to be my favorite wool blend for amigurumi.
Berroco Vintage in the Colors:
I decided to add a small length of red and white butchers twine to turn my Itty Bitty Kitty into a holly-jolly Christmas ornament.
I cannot wait to hang her on the tree!
And if you aren’t familiar with Caitie, the creator behind Thoresby Cottage make sure to check out her website to find all her beautiful crochet patterns.
The best way to keep your amigurumi toys warm and cozy is by crocheting the Cottage Christmas Toy Blanket.
This simple granny square pattern can be customized to match the colors of any crocheted toy project.
Create a personalized gift set for your favorite child with the addition of a handmade toy blanket.
Jen Hayes has done it again with her adorable Crochet Santa Gnome.
This FREE amigurumi Christmas pattern is perfect for the holidays. It would make the merriest addition to any holiday decorations or a magical gift for a gnome loving friend.
Jen also has tons of free amigurumi patterns on her website: Jen Hayes Creations
This Cozy Snowman from Spin A Yarn Crochet is absolutely spectacular. I love his faux fur vest and buffalo plaid hat.
And how cute are those little stick arms???
The Mini Amigurumi Christmas Tree from Grace and Yarn is such a sweet little Christmas tree complete with a smiling face.
The addition of the big bright yellow star on the top makes this crocheted toy extra special.
There’s nothing more Christmasy than a teddy bear in a red and green sweater.
This jolly little project is so cute and would make a wonderful stocking stuffer for any teddy bear lover in your life.
I bet you’ve never seen a snowman crochet before!
And this one is a perfect addition to any crocheters holiday decorations.
I also love that it’s not just all single crochet stitches as well. It’s always fun to have variety when crocheting amigurumi.
Although not technically an amigurumi project, I had to include it in this collection of FREE Christmas crochet patterns.
And I’m super impressed that this fair isle project is crocheted not knitted.
How gorgeous would these look hanging on your Christmas tree?
These crocheted Christmas Lights by Sewrella are so festive and fun.
Make just one or in every color imaginable.
You could hang them on the tree or string them together as a garland.
I cannot get over how absolutely adorable these crocheted snowmen are.
Their little blue hats and their little stick arms give me all the Christmas feels.
Made with a chenille yarn, these little guys are sure to soft as squishy.
This rustic Nativity set by Whistle & Ivy is perfect to remember what the holidays are really about.
I love the muted colors and simple figures.
Whether you choose to display this set or make it for the little ones in your life, it’s sure to be loved for years to come.
Let me introduce you to Chester, the (utterly adorable) Christmas Cat.
Designed by the uber talented Stephanie from All About Ami, this kitty cat in a bright red stocking brings a big ole smile to my face.
I am always in awe of the creativity that Stephanie brings to the amigurumi world with her charming designs. Wouldn’t this project be darling hung on the mantle this holiday season?
Is there anything more traditional for Christmas than a gingerbread house?
This Crochet Gingerbread House was designed by Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me. I love how you can make this project your own by embellishing the crochet house with buttons, trim, and felt stickers.
When I was in the fifth grade I had the great privilege of playing Mrs. Claus in the school play.
And ever since I have had a great affinity for St. Nick’s wife.
This is definitely one of my very favorite free amigurumi Christmas patterns.
Lilleliis has so many adorable designs and this Little Christmas Elf is no exception.
I love this cheerful little elf and imagine he is a big help in Santa’s workshop.
Free Amigurumi Christmas Patterns
I hope you found one (or more) Christmas projects to crochet this holiday season.
May you and yours have a blessed and safe Christmas filled with love and peace.