Tiny Baby Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Learn to make these cute mini, tiny baby amigurumi / baby doll crochet. Personally I really love how they turned out: super cute, mini, and only need 1-2 hours to make it.

I am using DK weight yarn, and 6/0 (or 3.5 mm) crochet hook. Finished size approximately 1.5 x 1.5 x 2.5 inches.

Pattern is working in continuous rounds. Use stitch marker to mark first stitch in a round.
Both HEAD and BODY is crocheted together so it saves your time from sewing them together.
Keep your stitches tight and consistent. If you see holes in your doll, try working with a tighter tension or use a smaller hook size so that your stitches are nice and tight.

Watch step-by-step video tutorial and free pattern of Tiny Baby Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Video Chapters:
0:00 Intro
0:15 Materials
0:22 Head Pattern
7:16 Round 11 finished. Stuff the head with fiber filling
7:44 Embroider the eyes
11:01 Round 12 (end of Head Pattern)
11:33 Body Pattern
13:14 Making diaper (how to change yarn to white/diaper color)
14:19 Round 4 (start making diaper)
17:29 Stuff the body with fiber filling
18:10 Finishing the body
19:37 Start making arms and legs
19:44 Legs Pattern
22:10 Arms Pattern
22:21 How to attach arms (and legs)
24:30 Ears Pattern
25:06 How to attach ears
26:12 Adding the hair
27:19 And that’s it, we’re done!

tiny baby amigurumi crochet pattern

Watch step-by-step video tutorial and free pattern of Tiny Baby Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Check my other Mini Amigurumi Pattern:

Mini Bunny Rabbit Crochet Tutorial:
Mini Koala Amigurumi Crochet Pattern


Yarn: Light worsted weight (DK) cotton yarn:
skin color (example: beige)
diaper color (example: white)
hair color (example: dark brown)

Thread (dark brown or black) for eyes
Embroidery needle to embroider the eyes

Crochet Hook: 3.5 mm (US/UK size) or 6/0 (JPN size)
Stitch marker
Tapestry needle
Polyfill (or any fiber filling)

(US Crochet Terms)

st(s): stitch(es)
sl st: slip stitch
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
inc: increase (two single crochet in the same stitch)
dec: decrease (sc2tog) – use Invisible Decrease for better result. Using invisible decrease (dec) instead of sc2tog is very recommended when making amigurumi; you can’t even tell that the stitches are decreasing.

To do Invisible Decrease, insert hook through front loop of the first stitch, then through the front loop of the next stitch (3 loops on hook). Yarn over and draw through the first two loops on the hook (2 loops on hook now). Yarn over and draw through both loops on the hook. Invisible decrease completed.

[#]: number of stitche(s) in a round


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Crochet hook: Hamanaka Crochet Hook Set

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